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Unread 06-14-2017, 06:39 AM
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That is fantastic customer service, and also valuable info to know about the ARP changeover timing. Glad it worked out well for you.
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Is it gonna make it to Maltby this weekend? I hope so!
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I replaced the one broken stud, started it up. No noise is good noise. I will be taking it out for a drive tomorrow if it isn't raining.
I will be replacing all the studs when I get the set that Air Flow Research is sending me. Want to get that done before I take the car to the national meet in Sacramento in July and especially before we take it to Arizona for several shows and drag racing in Phoenix and Tucson in September.
More to come I would imagine. Larry
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While Carol and I were in Tucson, I had an extra rear trim piece polished. The one on my car was not looking great. I finished applying pin striping tape and then clear coated it. It is now installed and looks better than the other one. Here are a couple of pics. Larry
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Looks really nice Larry. Are those stainless or aluminum?
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Don, the part is aluminum and they did a great job of polishing it. Larry
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Very nice Larry!
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Looks really nice Larry. Good work.
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