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Old 07-24-2017, 05:40 PM
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they don't look like anything I put on the 67. here is what they looked like. top pictures is the old set on the left. bottom is the new set on the right
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A easy way to keep contaminants off the new linings. When installing them is a little bit of tape ,peel it away and perfect clean linings.
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Never seen blue brake shoes before. Nice lift, have you had it long? Must have bought it used, since the runways are so trashed looking. The previous owner must not have taken good care of his tools. When did you get a red car??
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Never seen blue brake shoes before. Nice lift, have you had it long? Must have bought it used, since the runways are so trashed looking. The previous owner must not have taken good care of his tools. When did you get a red car??
Best tool I ever bought, need to thank that guy someday.

That's my little red wagon.
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