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    Braking - pulls to LEFT...

    Thank you for the prompt and helpful reply. All brake lines are new as well, and all calipers seemed to bleed well (and the same), so I'm not thinking

    mac73s Today, 11:49 AM Go to last post

    Walnut 901 Shift Knob

    All I know Mike is that it was on my car when I bought it in 1994. It’s definitely aftermarket. I always thought the DN was for down before shifting

    CraigF Today, 11:30 AM Go to last post

    Show your ride...

    The picture doesn't really show the colour correctly - it's Turkis.

    Ralph Today, 11:28 AM Go to last post

    Braking - pulls to LEFT...

    Almost always the side opposite the pull not working a full capacity. Look for one or more stuck pistons, or a blocked fluid line.

    Arne Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post

    Braking - pulls to LEFT...

    Car is a fully restored 72 T 'hot rod', never wrecked or rusted car, and all of the suspension and brake components are new (using late Carrera calipers

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