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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-04-2010, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Fronts Discs on!!

Just finished installing the front discs. I had some old school "hub" instruction from my dad. Hard to believe that it took about an hour to install and years to get to that point. (I'm sure you all know what I mean)

Anyway I'm stuck again for the moment. The brackets that hold the brake line that attach to the frame are rusted together and NPD only sells them attached to the front brake hose.

Hopefully Harlan will see this and call me back. I know it's the weekend but what else is there to do??
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-07-2010, 08:24 PM Thread Starter
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Went out to Harlan's today. He educated me on the fine point of removing the clip. Although it did take him awhile to disconnect the line, he did get it done.

Since I didn't need new brackets after all, I bought a Horse Heaven Mustang shirt.

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i usualy just hit things with a hammer and then pry on it with a vice grips if it breaks i can make a new one

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Sadly, my garage is not fully equipped. Although that is solid advice! lol

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Where's the "Duct" tape..... ;-)

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the duct tape is covering the cowl incase i have to leave it outside in the rain for some reason

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