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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-07-2014, 09:43 AM
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Think you got potholes in New Jersey come NW to Edmonton

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I like the pavement over cobble stone. that usually results in the best roads LOL

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I finally got it home but don't have time to survey the damage tonight. A friend had just given me his landscape trailer that he was going to scrap. I had to put lights on it and transfer the registration ,so I have about 58 bucks invested. That alone saved me $s and aggrevation.
Not intending to divert this, but I like your red calipers and intake scoop. Did you paint them? I self-painted the calipers on my Impala a few years ago, and was warned by my dealer's mechanic that they may not work properly if I did, and I didn't have the coin to buy aftermarket ones.

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Not intending to divert this, but I like your red calipers and intake scoop. Did you paint them? I self-painted the calipers on my Impala a few years ago, and was warned by my dealer's mechanic that they may not work properly if I did, and I didn't have the coin to buy aftermarket ones.
They are powder coated , Just take them apart,remove the rubber parts ,have them coated, replace rubber rings and seals (less than $25),re-assemble.Oh yeah, bleed brakes!!!!!

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Me and my daughter playing b ball in drive had ball bounce in street forcing MC to swerve into fair size pothole felt terrible when I glanced up and saw them coming

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