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Well it started out as a simple engine and tranny oil change...
It ended up as you see here :coolnana:
It was another -20lb weekend, this time the AC (or most of it anyway), I didn't take the dash apart yet, that will be another time.
All I can say is getting the condenser out from under the radiator was a complete PIMA.
 

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i feel for u brother...it remainded me my poor P.O.S. not long ago :panic:
 

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Jeez, any lighter and you'd need some extra downforce somewhere so you dont spin out when leaving your driveway. :D We should go out for another round of beer after work sometime!
 

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Yea, the Lotus adds a little class to an otherwise ghetto driveway... LMAO
 

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Awww I was hoping for something exciting like you got into a fight with a rogue military trained polar bear.

Looks good. I'm a pansy and need my AC. Wanna change my oil haha
 

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Beers are always good, and anytime, you know where to find me..., and this week is very good!

If you need AC in the PNW then you ain't drivein' fast enough he he he...

I'll get 200lbs outa this car, mark my words...
 

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good times...
 

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All that to find a lost wrench.:wallbang:
 

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what kind of floor jack is that? Where to buy?:confused:
 

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BOY!, i'm not letting you change MY oil!
great pix, and the garage looks like it should.
you have a lotta ambition.
sam
 

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LOL... yeah that light huh...
which lifting points do you use? any pics on where you put them?
Thanks :bow:
That lift I got will support 1400 lbs, so I could lift the back as well.
I just laid a 2x4 across the two lift members and placed it under the front two jack points on the Elise. :nanner2:
 
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