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Could you tell me the shipping cost to Cincinnati ohio 45232

Hi Mike, Give me a couple of days to get some shipping quotes out to you , thanks, Ray
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Ebod Pics / Re: Flickr Photo Of The Day!
« Last post by AARCuda340+6 on Today at 12:57:20 AM »

May 29th/2017

1971 Plymouth Duster, 1969 Dodge Charger & a Furd Pick-Up.   Dust Ya or Eat My Dust.


https://www.flickr.com/photos/kenmojr/34742182861/

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I can bleed them again,  but at 10 mph I can lock all 4 up so I know they're working pretty good.

You can be going 20 mph and make a  90 degree  left turn without touching the steering wheel.

I ordered a set of shoes,  the old ones look great but something is going on here that seems like a place to try. 

 
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Newb Intros / Re: New Guy From Georgia
« Last post by DakR/T on May 28, 2017 - 11:23:28 PM »
I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. I will absolutely search this fire hazard.
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Transmission and Drivetrain / Re: Clutch disc question
« Last post by Bluemonster71RT on May 28, 2017 - 10:35:54 PM »
I just fixed this problem with my car. Though there are a few things that can cause this issue, 2 are easy or cheap to check for.  First check to make sure that your rear main isn't leaking oil on your flywheel. That can cause the chatter. The second is to check your pinion angle. That was my problem. I shimmed it today and my launch chatter went away for now. I'll need to drive it for longer but it seems to have helped it.
 
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Interior and Gauges / Re: What seats are these?
« Last post by hobo on May 28, 2017 - 10:31:50 PM »
Thank you everyone these spear to be 73-74 e-body seats.
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sure doesn't look like 39K.  Lots of crap on it. 
I've got a 43K motor in my 98 Trans Am and you could eat off of it.  And I have never detailed that motor since I purchased it new.
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Transmission and Drivetrain / Clutch disc question
« Last post by JoeGrapes on May 28, 2017 - 10:08:46 PM »
Ok, I've been struggling with this for years. My clutch sometimes chatters a little from a standing start. Not racing just normal driving. It's hard to get nice smooth shifts as the car is jerky when I let the clutch out after shifting. I can get it to be less jerky if I wind the motor out more between shifts. The clutch has been in there for years but not many miles on it. If I remember it's 10.5" McLeod clutch. Will a different type clutch disc allow me to make smoother shifts?
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Wow. 

Probably a weird seller of the week as well.

That's pretty crazy. 
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