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Offline earlbrown

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Buy my crap
« on: October 12 2017, 05:33:53 PM »
I'm trying to make my house look less like a defunct auto parts store and more like a whorehouse.  So far it's not working that well.

All parts are brand new except the billet vacuum block

Rocker buttons.  set of 12 - $15


10 bolt gasket - $6
https://imgur.com/ALXmDEb

Rubber oil pan gasket - $18 
https://imgur.com/rQ41Fem

Exhaust gaskets - $10/pr
https://i.imgur.com/FD7qUsy.jpg

Valve cover gaskets - $10/pr
https://i.imgur.com/aXOx2HF.jpg

Water pump gaskets - $5
https://imgur.com/zbeQzEV

Cat to exhaust gasket - $8
https://imgur.com/4x4UsVp

Oil pump gasket - $4/each
https://imgur.com/KnD4axG

Valve seals - $11/per set of 6
https://imgur.com/t4qJZhs

Magnetic drain plug with gasket - $6
https://imgur.com/Rv2XoNr

"LASER'' guided temp gun - $25
https://imgur.com/JixYYb2

Earl's, O-ring to metric adapter, AKA 'saginaw fitting' - $8/each
https://imgur.com/iPo6YkV

Earl's female adaptator - $7
https://imgur.com/htqQtKJ

coil pack gasket - $3
https://imgur.com/OPGL7Xo

Viton fuel line O-rings for frame-to-engine lines. - $15
https://imgur.com/y9IHPPw

"earlbrown"  upgraded MBC - $40
https://imgur.com/ZfH3kSB

Nifty ass SS side post stud kit with power and ground taps - $20
https://imgur.com/vdOt7N9

Expensive ass ATR style sway bar bolt kit. These are the ONLY thing that will stay tight on my bar. - $50
https://imgur.com/Hyr6aLk
https://imgur.com/6MYLQU8
notice the area where my stock bolt is flattend...  my kit has a shank there...
https://imgur.com/2QlxrDQ

SS bell housing bolt kit. will also fit SBC/BBC  - $9
https://imgur.com/qJ4Jw0x

underhood SS allen bolt dress up kit  - $20
https://imgur.com/SdP4mpf

billet vacuum block -$25
https://imgur.com/Lxh4AQy

Gates S-hose  - $20
https://imgur.com/XaUbZrV

DIY 2.5" and 3"  intercooler nipples - $5/each
https://imgur.com/5ryxw7M
https://imgur.com/pLke8I9

Wireless 3" dump kit with SS adjustable turndown tip - $150
https://imgur.com/Iolxw9c

Are your wheel bearings 30+ years old?....   $60
https://imgur.com/LFGk8wL

3" to 3.5" adaptator for using LS1MAF on a 3" MAF pipe - $15
https://imgur.com/aVL7hhj

Buttload of 3" and 6-2.5" SS T-bolt clamps. - $3/each
https://imgur.com/03mxRdX

SS MAF pipe kit polished to chrome like finish - $110
https://imgur.com/li3RB1f





I'm sure I gots lots more crap hiding in boxes, but I need to start getting ready for drinking, grilling, and whoring.
'87 GN - 4.2L SFI Turbocharged innercooled V6 - Chrome valve covers - supra pump - 14" K&N - 52mm throttlebody - rocker shaft supports -  1/2 intake spacer - TB coolant bypass - 3" ATR exhaust tip - Alum intake pipe - NOS timing cover - chip - relocated charcoal canister - CR42's - stock

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #1 on: October 12 2017, 05:35:43 PM »
For some reason my links vanished on the other thread when I tried to add image tags then I couldn't edit it to add them back....


If anybody really wants to a save on shipping and make a package deal with the stuff I have on my Ebay store, let me know.  I'm trying to get back to a more personal level when it comes to the stuff I make and find.  I'm about to go through effort to minimize the amount of money Ebay is rapeing me every month.

http://stores.ebay.com/earlbrown
'87 GN - 4.2L SFI Turbocharged innercooled V6 - Chrome valve covers - supra pump - 14" K&N - 52mm throttlebody - rocker shaft supports -  1/2 intake spacer - TB coolant bypass - 3" ATR exhaust tip - Alum intake pipe - NOS timing cover - chip - relocated charcoal canister - CR42's - stock

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #2 on: October 12 2017, 07:35:52 PM »
Man, you have a lot of crap!  Do you have any bike parts?  Like a spare TZ250 banana swing arm?

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #3 on: October 13 2017, 03:03:29 PM »
Man, you have a lot of crap!  Do you have any bike parts?  Like a spare TZ250 banana swing arm?

It's on my FZR 'street' bike. :)
'87 GN - 4.2L SFI Turbocharged innercooled V6 - Chrome valve covers - supra pump - 14" K&N - 52mm throttlebody - rocker shaft supports -  1/2 intake spacer - TB coolant bypass - 3" ATR exhaust tip - Alum intake pipe - NOS timing cover - chip - relocated charcoal canister - CR42's - stock

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #4 on: March 16 2019, 09:54:14 PM »
Hey Earl. Does your underhood ss dress up kit include all 5 bags as pictured? Interested and shipped to L4L4E6. Let me know.

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #5 on: March 16 2019, 11:27:42 PM »
Yep. Same exact bags actually never bothered to list them when I made up that kit years ago.


Going over the border will hurt though.   A small flat rate box to Canadia is $20US.  It's really not cost effective unless you maxxx out the weight at 4#s.
'87 GN - 4.2L SFI Turbocharged innercooled V6 - Chrome valve covers - supra pump - 14" K&N - 52mm throttlebody - rocker shaft supports -  1/2 intake spacer - TB coolant bypass - 3" ATR exhaust tip - Alum intake pipe - NOS timing cover - chip - relocated charcoal canister - CR42's - stock

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #6 on: March 19 2019, 12:02:16 AM »
Damn, son - you're moving weight on eBay - congrats!
'87 GN, 60lb, TA49, THDP, FTP cam, T+ lots o' shit - in process... Close.. SOOOOOO CLOSE!!
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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #7 on: March 19 2019, 12:10:42 AM »
Kinda.  I'm going back and forth about shutting it down.   I just just enough to make it almost feel like an actual job.

..but not enough to make enough money of a real job.   (plus my house looks like a freaking shipping/receiving warehouse).

I've been thinking of cleaning out thrift stores of their 1/2 price stuff and putting used clothes on there.  Most likely be a lot less hassle than messing with Buick stuff.


   I've got a bunch more stuff I'd like to have listed, but eBay has ''upgraded'' so much, that it's a royal PIA to make auctions now.  So basically, everything there is what's already on autopilot.


I do need to get off my ass and finish earlbrownracin g.com one of these days and get away from all the huge eBay fees.   Makes me want to throw up when I see them making almost 30% when I'm making around 10.
'87 GN - 4.2L SFI Turbocharged innercooled V6 - Chrome valve covers - supra pump - 14" K&N - 52mm throttlebody - rocker shaft supports -  1/2 intake spacer - TB coolant bypass - 3" ATR exhaust tip - Alum intake pipe - NOS timing cover - chip - relocated charcoal canister - CR42's - stock

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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #8 on: March 23 2019, 08:09:49 AM »
I hear ya on the shipping. Prices have gone through the roof both ways.


Im sure theyd be small enough to fit in a small or medium bubble envelope right. Maybe if your there you can check for me? No special trip though. Would appreciate it.




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Re: Buy my crap
« Reply #9 on: March 23 2019, 11:01:47 AM »

I do need to get off my ass and finish earlbrownracin g.com one of these days and get away from all the huge eBay fees. 
Hire Jeremy to do it for when He's too sore to crawl under the car :)
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