The problem I have is I want to move my catch can forward a little bit in order to make it easier to drain. I reused the nut that originally held on the silencer and it's is completely frozen to the stud - I'm not talking about the captured hex and washer on the engine block side - this is the 10mm nut that held the silencer in place. I have soaked it, put it in a vice, etc. - it will not move. It did, however, manage to move just enough at some point while tinkering with it so that now when I remount everything the catch can is at about a 45-degree angle. :laugh2:
I finally just took the catch can off after much frustration.
Wondering if Challenger owners follow any unwritten rule of waving to someone driving by in another Challenger?
Reason I ask is I just bought my first Challenger last week. I had a Corvette, which almost every Corvette owner waves to each other. Was very cool and felt like a tight group. So...
I'll be real honest and say I'm not a devout dodge guy or anything but I sure have came around on the 3rd gens. I typically focus more on JDM. But one day i was working at some used car dealership fixing their hand rails...and i swear the front end of this flat black hell cat mean mugged the...
Muddying the water, or just sharing some bling?
I know all the Special Editions are allocated, if not sold. If you bought one, would you feel slighted?
Well yesterday I traded in my baby. I hated to do it but the move from Oklahoma to Michigan was a major factor, and the dirt road we live on. I wouldn't drive it if it rained because our lane turns to a sloppy mess and I'd also have to wait 2-3 days for it to dry up, plus the winter it stayed in...