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Old 09-19-2013, 09:50 AM
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Not a tease was in the Bahamas as luck would have it my girlfriend had to take delivery !!


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Congrats on the new car!! hope to see you driving it soon.

We need to get all the South FL 930's together for a drive Soon!

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Good talking to you today. 78 gets here Saturday morning and as luck would have it I am in the Bahamas really wanted to get it off the truck o well maybe the next one!!
And that one is not far off.
Looks like a nice find.
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I've been digging in the trash again !!! (This is the copper brown 76) some very cool things about it and some bad !!story to follow soon.

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Old 09-23-2013, 05:22 PM
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Have started the brake down of the 76 930. (#378) run in to a problem can not get the back rotors off! I think the parking brake is the problem any advise??
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I always disconnect the cable from the mount so there is slack in it. It should pull straight off though once the screws are removed. Just pull the spacer and then the screws it should just wiggle loose.
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If the parking brake is the culpret you should be able to shake the disc around some. There is a fair amount of play in the system. Have you tried backing off the star wheels?
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Hey guys looking for advice rears are 10x16 fronts are 8x16
Want to know the best tires for a weekend driver !
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