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Los Angeles County Raceway ..

Does anyone want to go tonight ?

I want to go see what the new numbers are for my bird .



http://lacr.net/week.html
 

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better get there early cuz they get pakced pretty fast like fontana

pos the times!!!

since i was slowly crawling from you at about 55mph would be great to compare times :D

remember to remove you big sub box, back seats, and spare tire
 

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better get there early cuz they get pakced pretty fast like fontana

pos the times!!!

since i was slowly crawling from you at about 55mph would be great to compare times :D

remember to remove you big sub box, back seats, and spare tire
Well ,

I cant really get there early because I don't leave work till 5:00 pm .

Cant you call in sick ? :diablo:

Thats what sick days are for!!
 

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i make good money on this weekend job plus its too late lol

plus my car is on jack sands right now remember? lol

Ohh yeah forgot about that . lol
 

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Forget it!

Not gonna go by myself .

Maybe next time some of you guys will want to go .
 

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Youre using C clamps on the rear calipers ?? :confused:

You need a special tool, the piston is a screw in type. No $5 tool is going to cut it, Ive tried those and they are a PITA. You can rent the good tool from Autozone free, it costs more like $30 if you buy, but its well worth it and makes the job easy.

- Dan

stupid rear calipers. ill just wait for your c-clamps that you used on your car to give you hell. maybe next time i wont use an autozone $5 pos huh?
 

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Dont use the one that looks like a cube.Use the actual rear caliper tool.It comes in a set and it press's the piston as it turns back in.I have a set for multiple cars and after useing the cube and then useing the right tools I'd have to say.Turning my pistons back have never been easier!
 

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LOL .. I know exactly what Cube you are talking about .. what a piece of garbage, I cant believe they sell that to people. I had one a while back and ended up tossing it somewhere.
The tool that has multiple adapters and actually presses against the other end of the caliper to press it in while you twist is the right tool for the job. :D

- Dan
 
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