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Old 02-18-2016, 04:43 AM
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I re-greased the shift lever on my 2002. It was feeling a bit too notchy. I had an extra pivot ball cup on hand just in case, but the original was still in great shape. I cleaned off all the old grease (amazingly little, actually), lubed it up heavily with Honda high temp urea grease, and put it back together. Big difference! It's silky smooth again.
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Old 02-18-2016, 09:32 AM
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I'm gonna readjust my lip protector on my AP2. My stupid driveway bent the protector and bent the washers holding it in place. I need my driveway entrance redone...
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checked to see if the battery tender was still lit up
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Old 02-18-2016, 10:55 AM
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left it inside because it's snowing today
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It is a 250' hike through knee deep snow to get to where mine is stored. Don't think I'll be doing anything to it today.
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Winter maintenance just completed on my rims.

One coating of Menzerna Powerlock sealant applied on all surfaces, inside barrels and out. The inside of my rims are fully painted and clearcoated so the sealant works well on them. This sealant is good for an entire season of driving. Brake dust slides off easily, and I don't get any of those must-hang asphalt dingleberries on the inside of the rims either. This sealant is super slick.

Don't ask me why but my cat has to get into the picture whenever I bring S2000 parts into the house.

I'm always amazed how light these rims are, my cat weighs the same amount as one front and one rear rim combined (tires excluded), lol

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I drove it.

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Returned from Point Reyes this week, long weekend. Hit a pothole and had to get an alignment.


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Another morning of thawing out here and regreasing hardtop to body seal. Sure gets noisy when it's 10* out.

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I discovered my rear axle nuts were basically finger tight. When I bought the car, I checked the nuts out and they had two stakes in them about 60* apart, so I assumed that someone had performed the TSB on it. I was wrong. Should have taken then ten minutes to do it when I looked at it originally.

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