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  1. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    I haven't been able to find anything to help me with this yet. When the e-brake is disengaged you can wobble it to the left and right a fair bit, about an inch. So when I engage it, the pedal is pushed leftward into the wall and tearing into the panel beside the floorboard. I can't find where...
  2. Forum Classifieds
    Aerospace Components pro street disc brakes for 9 inch Ford with big bearing old style housing ends. Never installed. List for $890 sell for $690.
  3. Forum Classifieds
    I have a number of parts that I will not be using from my 67 SS350 Camaro that I'm selling. They are all listed on eBay now so they may sell on there first. Let me know if you want something. 67 Factory Drum brake wheel hub set, great condition: $59.99 (Free shipping) 67 Steering arms and...
  4. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Clutch pedal sits couple inches lower than brake. I can pull it up by hand to make it even but it falls back down on its own. Doesnt seem right??
  5. Electrical & Wiring
    How do you access the brake light switch for rear lights? Do you have to remove instrument gauges? I'm assuming that the switch is my problem. turn signals, emergency flashers, running lights all work fine. Any suggestions would be really appreciated!
  6. Tag Team
    I was climbing around under my 68 yesterday and noticed a yellow sticker attached to my parking brake cable on the passenger side just in front of the right rear tire....just in front of the attachment bracket. The tag is about 2" long and about 3/4"wide and wraps around the cable and reattaches...
  7. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Hey, im in the process of upgrading my brakes on my 69. The wheels that are going on the car are probably going to 18's, so im trying to get some of the most impressive brakes to hide behind these huge Rims. The largest brake rotor i've been able to find is off of a 1994 Corevette ZR1 that...
  8. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    I have a 1969 X11 that I am very sure is a real SS 350. Can anyone help me determine original front disc brake calipers? Mine are single piston with casting numbers that appear to be "510" (RH) and "284" (LH). There are also what I think are date codes of "2 3 6" on them. HELP? What do you look...
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