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Cleaning out Garage

 
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bhowden
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:45 pm    Post subject: Cleaning out Garage Reply with quote

https://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/Miscellaneous-air-cooled-VW-parts_32446560

13/15/1600 main bearings (new) $10 each
111.198.471 Std crank, std thrust, 1st over case
111.198.461 Std crank, std Thrust, std case
111.198.463

36HP rod bearings (new) Free to a good home

Type II trailing arms from 68-70 with CV joints and axles $10

Bugpack Heavy Duty flywheel gland nut $5 (new)
Bugpack Cool Tin (new) $5

Oil pump cover for remote oil filter / cooler $5

Used pedal cluster for 68 and newer bug (not seized) Free

73 1600 long block suitable for rebuild. About 80K miles when removed from car (running at that time) AK serial number, 8mm studs with inserts $75
73 1600 short block. About 80K miles when removed from car (running at that time) AK Serial number $50
SP 1500 heads $10 each
73 DB 1600 heads $15 each
12V windshield rack and motor with old style arm attachment (set screw) $5
12V windshield rack and motor with new style arm attachment (splines) (direct replacement for older style) $10
6V windshield motor only - Free
1975 beetle FI system. Includes plenum, throttle body, intake manifold, injectors etc. Perfect for megasquirt or CIS conversion $50
Misc welting, air duct parts from type III, free to a good home
Type II 68 - 70 transmission $50
12 V Starter $15
Dog house oil cooler and adaptor $15
Set of 4 remanufactured rods (311B) rebushed, balanced end to end, shot peened etc. $100
Bugpack HD 73 ? + SuperBettle front anti sway bar (new) $50
Spax adjustable rear shocks for beetle $15 (pair)

12V starter bushing for 6V trans $5
1200 re-machined flywheel Free (180mm clutch 109 tooth ring gear)
15/1600 heater boxes $5 each
Miscellaneous stuff (200mm clutch pressure plate, old brake stuff, master cylinders etc. etc. Free to a good home.
HVW&DB magazines $15/year
Home made engine stand $15

250 384-6649

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Cleaning out Garage Reply with quote

bhowden wrote:

73 1600 long block suitable for rebuild. About 80K miles when removed from car (running at that time) AK serial number, 8mm studs with inserts $75
73 1600 short block. About 80K miles when removed from car (running at that time) AK Serial number $50
1975 beetle FI system. Includes plenum, throttle body, intake manifold, injectors etc. Perfect for megasquirt or CIS conversion $50
Bugpack HD 73 ? + SuperBettle front anti sway bar (new) $50


How quickly do you need the above removed from your shop? I'm not planning on heading down to Victoria this week, but could commit to making it down before the end of the month.

Will take items listed above if you're okay to keep 'em a few weeks for me.

-Dave
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sure, no problem holding them for a couple of weeks. You can reach me at
bhowden@shaw.ca if you want to email me when you have a date and time.

There was a mid year change on the super beetle front end. The anti sway bar is for the later version (hence 73 1/2). Will also work on anything later.

Brian
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:56 am    Post subject: Re:Cleaning out Garage Reply with quote

The first step to decluttering your garage is to find out what’s in it. Pick a segment of your garage to start with and pull the whole lot out onto the driveway to type via. Besides making it easier to paintings, this storage cleansing tip may even will let you see what space you have to paintings with and what forms of storage may work pleasant while it’s time to organize the items you’re preserving.
Once you’ve pulled the whole lot out, it’s time to set some floor regulations for figuring out what to keep. This storage cleaning tip will accelerate the technique by stopping you from agonizing over each man or woman object. When deciding what to preserve and what to throw away, ask yourself: “Is this object within the storage for a reason, or because I didn’t understand what to do with it?” If it’s the latter, either find a use for it or remove it.
Things to Keep During a Garage Cleanout

Items you’ve used more than as soon as within the beyond yr.
Things in running circumstance. Ditch all the ones gizmos you’ve been “which means to restoration.”
Tools you can’t without problems hire or borrow.

Whatever doesn’t make your “keep” listing is, by means of default, clutter. Don’t permit it hang around your storage any longer.

With your “hold” gadgets set apart, start going through the rest of the stuff you pulled out of the storage. Identify items you’d want to promote or donate first. Have plastic containers, cardboard bins or baggage available so you can percent up donation gadgets as you work and stash them someplace out of the manner.

Bag up or box up junk that doesn’t make the “maintain,” “promote” or “donate” piles. If you’ve rented a dumpster for your weekend cleanout, Ducted Vacuums AUSTRALIA, toss the garbage baggage into the field as you move.
Options for Getting Rid of Garage Clutter:
Donate It

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dafuq?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

does anyone know when were we getting those site updates / more active moderation?

seems like these spam posts are staying up for longer than necessary.
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