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    Seats tracks

    I don’t have a ‘71, but a ’70.
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    Seats tracks

    I cut my carpet into a flap to access the bolt.
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    Yoyoka - Good Times Bad Times Cover (Instrumental)

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    Broken valve spring

    I have never lost a valve using air.
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    Broken valve spring

    I also use a magnet when removing the locks but I like using my fingers when installing them.
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    Broken valve spring

    I need 2 hands when fiddling with the locks and is why I couldn’t use the 1 hand press tool.
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    Throw out bearing retainer with groove.

    The old TO bearings had a groove for grease. The replacements barely have anything. My guess is that the groove is for extra lube for the TO bearing. old on L side
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    World’s quietest Sniper rifle

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    Broken valve spring

    After breaking 1 spring in my roller 1970 LT1, I changed them all to the same Lunati part no using the twist tool. I’d like to get the tool that screws into the stud and has a 1 arm bandit but the reviews suck. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/pro-66784 What I used along with compressed air...
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    Need new tires...Radial TA's are starting to look rough

    The brown is the ozone protector that leaches through, but some dumb sh!t is adding too much to the rubber formula.
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    4 speed pedals question

    I don’t see it.
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    Need new tires...Radial TA's are starting to look rough

    When I was 21 in ‘74 I had a tire issue in my 1968 Beaumont.
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    Original 1970 Camaro Dimmer Switch Question

    Mine is original to my 70 Z28.
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    Installing hood pins for a 72

    That was done for security reasons. I used to use a chain and lock and wrap it around the lower mechanis.
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    Installing hood pins for a 72

    Back in the 70’s a guys ‘73 Z28 was rigged with a pull system, but what was being pulled was a 1/4” metal pin that slid in front of the upper hood claw somehow.
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    Installing hood pins for a 72

    In ‘75 I purchased a 71 Z28 which came with hood pins and people would steal the pins. So I used suitcase mini locks. I would not butcher a hood today.
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    Stalled at red light after driving about 70 miles

    Mine looked like this on my 80 Z28 4 speed.
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    Stalled at red light after driving about 70 miles

    The choke flap being nearly closed when cold simply richens your fuel mixture for a cold engine and especially in cold weather. Once it reaches a certain temp, you hit the gas pedal and the choke flap will remain open for normal driving. If you live in a hot climate you can tie the choke flap...
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    1970 Chin Spoiler on 1976 Camaro.

    Looks good. The sun should do some good as well with forming.




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