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Pedja's 1968 Firebird

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    DAPA - Dallas Area Pontiac Assoc

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  • Name
    Cole Clayton
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1969
  • Car
    Firebird Trans Am
  • Trim
    TA
  • Engine
    400
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Cameo white with blue stripes

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  3. I just use a end of a regular large screw driver chucked into a cordless drill. Worked fine.
  4. On cars that don't get driven often that have cast iron rear wheel cylinders, its pretty common to see them rust, leak, and fail. I see there are places that will sleeve your OE wheel cylinder with brass or stainless and warranty them for life ($89 each). Is anyone aware of wheel cylinders being sold already sleeved or in a aluminum, brass, or stainless material? My 1969 Firebird rear wheel cylinders are about as common as they come. They are used by GM for 20 plus years in almost everything. They are cheap to buy new, only about 10 bucks each in iron. But they rust fast if not driven much. Has anyone seen any better replacements?
  5. heat gun works well for me also. I see the pros using them in tint shops. Just keep the heat moving, start an edge and heat the area where the tint is coming off the glass.
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