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  1. The back of the armband.

    The back of the armband.

  2. The top of the old shock

    The top of the old shock

  3. The top of the new shock.

    The top of the new shock.

  4. The bottom of the old shock.

    The bottom of the old shock.

  5. The bottom of the new shock.

    The bottom of the new shock.

  6. Part of the shock cracked off.

    Part of the shock cracked off.

  7. This is the lower mounting base of the alternator.

    This is the lower mounting base of the alternator.

  8. Break out diagram of a Ford alternator.

    Break out diagram of a Ford alternator.

  9. Close up view of the banana plugs.

    Close up view of the banana plugs.

  10. Break out view of the banana plugs.

    Break out view of the banana plugs.

  11. The pipe on the rear of the unit has three O rings.

    The pipe on the rear of the unit has three O rings.

  12. Close up view of the pipe with O rings.

    Close up view of the pipe with O rings.

  13. Double check the alignment of the hole.

    Double check the alignment of the hole.

    Don't drill a 1/4" hole until you check the alignment first.
  14. Front of the head.

    Front of the head.

    This is a lift support head.
  15. Back of the head.

    Back of the head.

    This is a lift support head.
  16. The side of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

    The side of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

  17. The paper on the back of the face plate is peeled off.

    The paper on the back of the face plate is peeled off.

  18. The bottom of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

    The bottom of the face plate is aligned with a tab.

  19. The front of the rotor.

    The front of the rotor.

  20. The back of the rotor.

    The back of the rotor.

  21. Rear view of the rotor with new studs.

    Rear view of the rotor with new studs.

  22. Front view of the rotor with new studs.

    Front view of the rotor with new studs.

  23. Close up view of the anti-rattle clip.

    Close up view of the anti-rattle clip.

  24. The proper amount of pressure for the system to work.

    The proper amount of pressure for the system to work.

  25. 5.2 ounces of oil.

    5.2 ounces of oil.

  26. The inside of the old fuel filter.

    The inside of the old fuel filter.

  27. The location of the overload relay.

    The location of the overload relay.

  28. The inside of the old overload relay.

    The inside of the old overload relay.

  29. Opposite side of the Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF).

    Opposite side of the Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF).

  30. TSB 92-5-12 Case spring in the converter channel of an A4LD transmission.

    TSB 92-5-12 Case spring in the converter channel of an A4LD transmission.

    A spring was installed in the transmission case worm trail to trap large machining chips, and reduce engine stall complaints caused by the stuck converter lock-up valve in the main control of the transmission. This spring should not be installed in transmissions built prior to 8/21/91.
  31. The spring of the blade guard.

    The spring of the blade guard.

  32. Comparison of the upper blade guard.

    Comparison of the upper blade guard.

    This is for a cordless trim saw.
  33. Comparison of the lower base plate.

    Comparison of the lower base plate.

    This is for a cordless trim saw.
  34. Comparison of the inside of both saws.

    Comparison of the inside of both saws.

  35. Close up of the motor.

    Close up of the motor.

    This is the electric motor inside of a cordless trim saw.
  36. The rear view of the combination lock.

    The rear view of the combination lock.

    This is what the rear of the keyless entry lock looks like on the back of the door.
  37. The side of the door with the latch.

    The side of the door with the latch.

  38. The rear shafts need to be cut to the width of the door.

    The rear shafts need to be cut to the width of the door.

  39. The door needs another set of holes.

    The door needs another set of holes.

  40. The back of the lock.

    The back of the lock.

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