Tons of SOHC and DOHC parts for sale, please read...

Discussion in 'Saturn Parts For Sale / Trade' started by Lane, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. Lane

    Lane Guest

    Just posted on eBay, ending Tues 11/25:

    SOHC & DOHC parts: valve cover, cam cover, head, throttle body, electronic
    EGR valve, exhaust manifolds, intake manifolds, idler pulley, MAP sensor,
    canister purge solenoid, shift knob & boot, injectors & fuel rail, PCM,
    crank pulley. All with no reserve and it's gotta sell. eBay link to
    everything I have on auction:

    Also, probably at least 50 to 75 parts on my website's for sale page:

    I still have a lot that's not listed. If there's anything you may need,
    drop me an e-mail. Please don't reply here asking questions or making
    offers - I don't get to read this newsgroup as often as I would like.

    Lane [ l a n e @ p a i r . c o m ]
    Lane, Nov 19, 2003
  2. Lane

    Joe Biadasz Guest

    you wouldn't by any chance have the particle board that goes over the spare
    tire for a 91 Saturn SL2?

    Would you?
    Joe Biadasz, Nov 19, 2003
  3. Lane

    Dan Hicks Guest

    Go to a lumber yard and buy a sheet of Masonite. Cut it to shape
    with a sabre saw.
    Dan Hicks, Nov 20, 2003
  4. Lane

    Joe Biadasz Guest

    Heh, Hit me with the Masonite!!!!!

    Ya know I never thought of that! Been looking for that piece for about 4
    months now... I hate it when ya sit your heavy tool box on the that and it
    breaks in 3 peices.

    Looks like I'm going to the lumber yard tommorrow.... Hmm, gonna have to
    borrow a saw.
    Joe Biadasz, Nov 20, 2003
  5. Lane

    clutch Guest

    While you are at it, you might want to glue some blocks that are sized
    to rest on the tempa spare to help support it.

    FWIW, masonite is a much stronger material than what was likely used.
    I used to work for a place that made spare tire covers and I think we
    used something called 'superwood'.

    1/4" plywood would work also. If you want it to look nice you can
    cover it with carpet and edge wrap. I doubt you can find the unbacked
    stuff that is used by auto industry though so edge wraping will be
    hard to do.

    clutch, Nov 22, 2003
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