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San Diego Work on Cars Day


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The first San Diego work on cars day was a lot of fun and I learned quite a few new things. Thanks to Dieter (dieterro2) for hosting us at his house. Also attending were Dave (dbelleperc), Paul (drpaulmarsh) and joining us from all the way in OC was Jim (Coaster).

Paul has some new pads and rotors for his C2 and we made a trip to Costco at the end so Jim could pick-up a floor-jack that he couldn't find at his local Costco. We had planned to do my brakes as well, but the brown Santa (aka UPS man) didn't show up with my pads.

And of course, thanks to Renntech for the DIY instructions.

I'm looking forward to the next one. For that one, we should post over on the Boxster board as well.

-Scott

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Just touching in guys... Brakes are working great! They felt about normal after approximately 75 miles of regular driving and by 125 miles they ere gripping fantastically... Next is tires and Suspension!

The only bummer news is I must have spilled a little brake fluid on the caliper as it has eaten away my clear coat and sticker. Note to self next time, wrap a small rag around the base of the bleeder screw to eliminate this. Then promptly clean with water afterwards.

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