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    Bob_Spidell

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    In the movie, though, IIRC, they replaced the whole A-arm assembly; I was shaking my head when I saw it. That might be quicker than removing rotor, caliper,

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    Bob_Spidell

    Re: Gasket, Inlet Manifold to Exhaust Manifold BJ8

    Nothing in the shop manuals; I think they're 7/16" studs (not sure); so about 40-50ft-lbs should work.

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    pdplot

    Re: Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    What did Jaguar do when they won LeMans with disc brakes?

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    pdplot

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    NY Times always has an auto column on Friday. Today, a story about a company in California that puts electric motors in old cars. The feature car was

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