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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-09-2018, 09:54 PM
THE EVIL TW1N
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Originally Posted by happystang View Post
Just looked back at the instructions, "...for an added measure of security, the bolts may be safety wired using standard .032 inch diameter stainless steel safety wire as shown in Figure 4" (Wilwood)

A little vague on Wilwood's end IMO. I'll pick up some safety wire pliers tomorrow and get to work. Thank you for the heads up. [emoji106]
I found the rear brakes to be much harder to do since they are more cramped for space.

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1969 MaCh 1 - CHP 427w 10.8 comp
460 rwhp / 489 rwtq SAE

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