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    ^ Niiiiiiiiiiiiice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSN View Post
    New front brakes.

    Liked the front Powerstop coated rotors so much, put a pair on the rear with new pads.



    Originals did alight at 170k
    -Don____________

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    After 220,000 I thought it was time. Stuck to the old man less noise motif. Figuratively and literally. It’s a persona I’m slipping into comfortably. I guess next it will soon be time for the original brakes to come off. Haha

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    New tires?
    Mike

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    89 LX...bye-bye!!
    67 Cougar x 2...should have kept them!

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    yep
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    Changed the air in all 4 summer tires.




    ….when I finished replacing all the valve stems. Gotta say, that valve stem tool kit works amazing. Once I got the knack of it, was changing stems in seconds. Longest part was refilling the tire with air.
    -Don____________

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSN View Post
    Changed the air in all 4 summer tires.




    ….when I finished replacing all the valve stems. Gotta say, that valve stem tool kit works amazing. Once I got the knack of it, was changing stems in seconds. Longest part was refilling the tire with air.
    did you have to break the bead to start the stem?
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    No, that’s the beauty and speed of this kit. You just push the new valve stem with the rod through a funnel and pop the whole stem through the rim. Then you pull it into place with the same rod.

    On a roll today. Also got the rear diff oil changed.
    -Don____________

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