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wow, and i drove it for the first time since the change today, it was a huge difference and it was in the best possible way:nice: it was so nice...
yes and they suck a huge one
they have been replaced 2 times, its the way they are designed, its not the cone kind.
big brakes are in the near future...
i going to start working on a brembo or baer package as soon as i find the right spindle
im young (23)and its had the 14's for 7 years now and im tired of having to re torq the lugnuts all the time and the wheels were so old i couldnt...
wheres the picture forum?
so this is ideal for most applications right?
ive got a torino and want a better driving car...
does anyone have a hookup to share, im fixin to order me a set of wheels
i figured with all the thousands of people on here there would be a few more fabricators using a tig.
and i have heard you have to be...
im going with a miller econotig or a esab
miller is most likely gonna be the choice but esab is looking good.
o so its the same but you just change the bottle right, i read up and didnt see or read any diff in the machines but you just use the diff gas...
whats the diff between heliarc and tig?
i have lots of experience with a miller mig and love it.
what about hobart? or esab? i like the miller and will prolly buy one but just looking at the options
what kind of tig would you buy? i am thinking a nice esab or miller. it has to be somewhat portable( just not over like 50 lbs and 2 foot...
everyone says he is bitter but i dont see it:shrug: