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    NJ / Philly area tool rental / buddy help

    I just wanted to start a thread to see who is in this area, has tools & is willing to help... I am probably going to tackle the infamous e39 thrust arm / control arm replacement in the next few weeks. I don't have a pushing press or ball joint tool. Anybody wanna help? Click here to enlarge
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    Thanks, I'll need it! I plan on using the powerflex polyurethane bushing on the thrust arm.
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    im local but only mildly mechanically capable..

    may want to check out :

    www.gruppetitan.org we are a pretty close group

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    Thanks man, will do! I am not a mechanic by any means, but I do enjoy working on these cars, and if I have the right tools, I find that I can get most things done...
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    Hmmm good luck
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    no tools but im down to help. you got my number

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    Mario, have you ever done leather repair? I am picking up some used recaro seats for the "old school", and the bolsters are worn through. I was goign to attempt to use one of the kits available on the internet. Do you have any suggestions?
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    never did leather repair. sorry.. i can see that being a pain

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    If they are just worn looking try this stuff.http://www.leatherique.com/ I have seen before and after pics on bfc before, and they come out looking next to new.
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    that stuff is real good and easy to use but i think his seats are going to need some more then that..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BattaM3 Click here to enlarge
    that stuff is real good and easy to use but i think his seats are going to need some more then that..
    He isnt using the 1's that came from the car, but some from a older 911. Bob do you have pics of them?
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