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well as I said, by all means, get it RUSTPROOFED! I think Ziebart can do used cars (subject to inspection ) rust can be prevented! almost totally ! my late father got our cars rustproofed and annually inspected, retreated by Ziebart and they NEVER rusted ! I do not understand why people are so stubborn to get it done? hopefully, someone like you that is committed to keeping it as long as possible will follow through? as I recall they treat it all in situ w/ out extensive disassembly the stuff works! I support you doing repairs to maintain longevity! I do not understand why the indie would not support it? he's getting paid ! he should be glad to make $ doing any legal, legit thing you want to be done ! Re repairs to increase longevity I do that myself, here in AZ Sonoran Desert the enemy is heat related free-radical deterioration of plastics, wiring etc (particularly under the hood ! -this may be an issue everywhere really ! ) so we install, as time and finances permit, the quality heat-proofing materials over hoses and wires and insulate plastic components this makes a Significant difference !Search Results
Heat & Sound Control - Design Engineering, Inc. | Exhaust Header ...
www.designengineering.com and Thermo-Tec
https://www.thermotec.com/ I've thought about scoring a spare hood (bonnet ) too and designing and fabricating a hood vent so the turbo, radiator, intercooler, a/c condenser hot air gets vented up and out like many performance/race cars do. (eg ford gt 40 ) I need to study the aerodynamics first to make sure the hot air won't loop back down on the passenger compartment w/ the top down! (it's a convertible ) I can appreciate the need for a lift they are available now even EU safety certified fr china for about $2,000! I'm going to have to put up a cheap building (w/ A/C ) to house it as my garage has a low ceiling! we're getting too old, arthritic for jack stands and a creeper! in the meantime, I'll build a pit like the old days. a 3-4' wide passageway you drive the car over ! there are some really cool designs guys have done avail to view on youtube videos!
My car repair pit, first tests - YouTube
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Posts in this Thread:
- Viggen love, Saabu , Mon, 30 Oct 2017 15:59:22
- Re: Viggen love, Saabu , Fri, 10 Nov 2017 20:50:48
- Re: Viggen love, Bernie , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:36:20
- Keeping mine primarily stock, MI-Roger , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 17:13:18
- Re: Viggen love, Justin VanAbrahams, Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:06:14
- Re: Viggen love, SPG Jr , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 04:23:25
- Re: Viggen love just fix whatever breaks i say ! & optimise it !, neil dale , Mon, 30 Oct 2017 17:54:09
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