quote:Nice to hear you are getting sign offs accomplished. How soon do you think for the air tools...those are the fun ones..
Getting signed off on air tools is a long, ardouous journey. I have to pass bench grinder certification first.*
I did kind of jump the gun by using my angle grinder to fit the shocks (the Koni 30s "hats" can interfere with the shock brackets at full droop) a little prematurely.
With regard to rotors -
I am using vented 12.xx" (number to be filled in later) mustang rotors.
With regard to brake pads -
Stock calipers with Porterfield R4S (Street Compound).
With regards to rear brakes -
This will drive most everyone who has a dog in the fight nuts, but.....
I am using the 1980's technique of dual, stock rear calipers. Since the rear uprights are "unisex", I just have 2 sets of calipers on each rear wheel. This is a common technique from the past, made obsolete by the relatively low cost Willwood kits available at several suppliers.
I can lock up my rears any time I want, I keep my stock emergency brake configuration, and the price was right.
quote:The camber lock modification is slick. I like it. Royalties should be paid to you or W-WadeCo?
Royalty checks should be submitted direct to W- WadeCo, care of me.... PM me and Ill send you the address!
* Note - I am teasing my friend and mentor (Wade) about all this. I am sure he would be perfectly willing to let me take the next step -when ever I want to grab the MIG welder... have at it! (....but I don't think the results would be what either of us want to show off!)