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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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Thanks for having me!! Looking forward to the Education on Pontiac's. Working on my 1967 GTO! Starting a front suspension tubular control arm swap and Disc brake conversion. here we go!
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Welcome James,. Brakes yeah, we need them. I use front disc’s as well. Nice clean fresh brake fluid all around is what everybody needs,

Sounds like you are on the move with it...!
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Should be fun and nice project for you, looking forward with your build thread. Welcome and enjoy!


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Welcome to the group. I just did mine a few weeks ago and it wasn't that bad. Swearing was kept to a minimum. One of my bushings fell out after disassembly, probably original. Have fun and enjoy. Working on your own car is almost as much fun as driving it when things go easy.
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Welcome. I just finished a similar project on my 65 GTO. Beware! As you get into it, you may find yourself replacing a few more items than you planned. I'm glad I did it, but as I tore into it, I kept finding all these parts that looked at least 50 years old! I couldn't help but think, "I'm already this far, I might as well replace that too." Summit and Ames must love me
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