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Old 11-12-2006, 11:28 AM   #31
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Thanks Frank and Dick!
OK.. who the H*** is Frank and who the H*** is Dick? :P
C'mon Mac.. you've been around long enough

Frank is Maymynamebelongerthananyoneelseeverhad
and Dick is Archon, aka the red m&m

ps... I'm Bill

Brian..if you need anything, just call.
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I apologise if this was covered on this thred before (i quickly scanned through the posts) BRAKE PULSATION: I had a 99 firebird that I couldn't get the pulsation out of. Had light weight parformance rotors that were prone to heat warp. I had machined them 3 times in a 6 month period; still would warp about 1,000 miles later. I ended up buying a cheap set of cast iron replacement rotors. Although heavier than the factory rotors, beign cast iron they took a hell of a beating and never warped. They were cheap, too. About $80. for both. Hope this helps.
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Rotors I'm getting are wagner, and pads are Satisfied Pro Ceramic VS. Bill PM me your number! I'm off to the parts shop now for the parts and the tool...... 2 rotors $40.70 cdn, pads $70 for the set cdn. Today $1 us = $1.10 cdn.

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Boosty, who the H*** is MACDRIVE.......some one that drive'* a Mac Truck?


And really, is it longer that anyone has ever had?

By the way, 2 point for you!
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