Awesome! Thanks Mike! 👍
Now that I've mentioned this, I will have to say that the suspension will most definitely take me a long time to get it to where I want it to be at. The rear hubs being replaced is basically my starting point on all this. I'm going to be doing more reading and research on the matter, and of course asking here as questions from me come along.Lovely Chinese wheel bearings....
That's definitely part of the brakes project 🙂.I would suggest upgrading to braided stainless lines, if I knew who sill made them.
Equally effectiveI want the firmer feel out of SS lines.
This is @Wile E. Coyote Jr. setup, right?Equally effective
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I’m certain if someone crafted a shock tower brace from zipties they’d be proclaiming it made a HUGE difference on body stiffness. But at least that’s an $8 bag of plastic rather than $800 of conduit 😆And you say bracing is ineffective, lol. :0.
Matt, dont you know the guy that sold them?
info on who he got them from would be awesome to know...
I spoke to Diane Malvar about 2 years ago. She was trying to continue selling what inventory they had and she was still producing the SS brake lines. I have two sets that are for the earlier cars that I purchased from her. Call her directly.I've searched for a thread where spinning wheels sc stopped making them, and there was info, but I'll be damned if I can find it.
OK, searched, and found a thread on sccoa
Victor Malvar Spinning wheels SCHey everyone I just heard some very sad news. I recieved word yesterday that Victor of Spinning wheels SC one of our long time members, friend and a vendor to the SC platform has passed away. I know he hasnt been around much lately and im assuming his health has been poor. I know he meant...www.sccoa.com
She's awesome. I bought my blower pulley and jackshaft pulley from her and she was great to deal with the whole time. She had some paypal issues though and I ended up paying with a money order. From what she told me she still has all the contacts and was considering restarting the business with her brother or brother in-law.Thanks, gordo! I'll call her tomorrow.