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Old 09-17-2017, 04:37 PM
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Default A bit of maintenance

The Firebird needed some attention yesterday.
Left brake hose.
Both front calipers.
Both outer tie-rod ends.

All went well, except I couldn't change the right front brake hose. It was seized to the hard line.
It looks ok, but I wanted to change it.
The brake line was twisting, so I stopped.

All good.
Drives great. Steers great. Stops great.

I will tackle that stubborn brake hose at a later time.
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sounds like the front was a little sloppy before this lol
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sounds like the front was a little sloppy before this lol


Lol. It certainly was.
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