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About aboyernc1

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    2002 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet.. Red on Black Aero 996!

    2005 Audi AllRoad Turbo Crossover
  1. A good note on cables: My super indie tells me this happened all the time on the racing circuit and he uses small gauge bailing wire to wrap around each of the ball joints. I drove 200 miles on rural highway with just my lowers....god, all those those stoplights were hard, especially with the new vettes and stangs challenging me! When I got home we wrapped two of the joints.... and guess what I popped one of the other so hard I broke a spring clip off the cable! All hail bailing wire!
  2. 2002 C4 Cab 45,000 miles A good note: My super indie tells me this happened all the time on the racing circuit and he uses small gauge bailing wire to wrap around each of the ball joints. I drove 200 miles on rural highway with just my lowers....god, all those those stoplights were hard, especially with the new vettes and stangs challenging me! When I got home we wrapped two of the joints.... and guess what I popped one of the other so hard I broke a spring clip off the cable! All hail bailing wire![/size]
  3. Hi. Go see LMN Motorsports off Central Drive near Lynhaven Mall, VA Beach. Lutzo is the man. He is your Super Indie!
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