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That yellow zone is about 4-5 blocks from me but I do have a bag packed and a friends house to go to. Might be driving the Camaro there.
I've never had it get this close.
Don't forget to make the seam about 7"–10" to the lower left of center, not in the direct center.
Check that your harmonic balancer’s outer ring hasn’t shifted and is rubbing against the cover.
I watched it too. Here’s something I did not know about Ken Osmond:
In 1970, Osmond joined the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and grew a...
I too have removed mine without touching anything else.
Yup, that’s the original distributor (1112049) in my 01D Z28 with an OF29 date.
Most are but not all. Meritor specs out both oil or grease rear hubs.
Yes, large Meritor axle housings like a 71163 have a spindle with a hub assembly with inner and outer bearings, inner spindle nut, lock washer,...
Those look like duals off of a Class 8 diesel truck. Not the same. Axle shafts don’t hold the wheels on.
Maybe the spindle nuts came loose and the hub came off. Trying to figure out how the duals were still attached to each other.
My friend owned that car before that picture was taken. It is a genuine survivor car.
Here’s a couple more:
Some 1971 Z28s with the tall spoiler came with a decal from the factory (I have survivor pics). All short spoiler cars got the metal emblem. I...
I saw this car on Craigslist and thought it was not bad looking. Proves that pictures can be deceiving and never a substitute for seeing a car in...
Buddy, I read that a lot of these batteries were made with small AGM batteries inside the reproduction case.
I'll have to look but I may have some drop links that have been lengthened by about 1-2".
I’ve seen this but it looks like a decal:
Restored (sort of)
In my notes, I have the correct marking for a 1970 Z28 as "EVAP 3336 DL". Not sure where I got that from but someone here should hopefully be able...