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Notice there is no mention of the size of wrench to use on the bolt. When you ask for a 10mm bolt you will normally get a bolt that has a 14mm hex head on it. When you ask for a 19mm bolt the fella behind the counter will know instantly that you failed mechanics101.
 

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There are two ball bearings between the knuckle that houses the wheel bearing, hub, and outer axle end, and the 3rd link(upright) above it. One 6203-2rs bearing and one 62/28-2rs bearing per side. These number are for sealed bearings that come pre-greased. There is also a seal at the bottom of the 3rd link that you may or may not care to replace with it. If you use non-sealed bearings you will need to replace those seals and grease the bearings before assembly.

The parts I'm referring to are #9(3rd link/upright) and #8(knuckle) in this drawing.
 

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Video on drilling and tapping threads in a hole.

Remember a couple things while doing this. Taps are fairly brittle and break somewhat easily. Don't bend them, and use caution that you aren't overpowering the strength of the tap as removing a tap broken in the hole brings a whole new level of frustration to the project.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVnN4jiB7Gk&feature=related
 

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These are fairly good calculators for determining what size injectors you should be running to achieve a certain hp level, and, what increasing fuel pressure (psi) will gain you in increased injector flow.

http://www.witchhunter.com/injectorcalc1.php4

Maybe I'm missing something but I'd like to see what fuel pressure these figures are arrived at.
 
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