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    There are a couple listed on eBay right now. ...

    There are a couple listed on eBay right now.

    But, if you are good with electrical stuff, you might want to check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU3GgNpiQK4
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    I know a couple of people using...

    I know a couple of people using https://www.quickjack.com/ They like it. But, it is a bit of a pain to have to move the lifts and hydraulics around. One guy leaves his car up on it for winter.
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    You need to remove the rust before painting....

    You need to remove the rust before painting. Eastwood makes a few different colors as well as Caylx and has the rust removal stuff too.
  4. Thread: Hydraulic jacks

    by BruceF
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    If I'm using a jack, I'm using a jack stand as...

    If I'm using a jack, I'm using a jack stand as well. But, I bought a low profile AC Hydraulic jack about 15 years ago and it's going strong. It's pricey, but worth it, IMHO.
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    Here's one...

    Here's one
    http://www.mamotorworks.com/Corvette/product/opti-spark-distributor-unit-611026-1
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    Sounds like the rear differential fluid may need...

    Sounds like the rear differential fluid may need to be changed. You can try making a series of tight figure 8s, forward and backward, to see if it gets quieter or goes away.
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    This is from the '99 manual Enter your secret...

    This is from the '99 manual

    Enter your secret code as follows; pause no more than
    15 seconds between steps:
    1. Turn the ignition on. LOC will appear on the display.
    2. Press MN and 000 will...
  8. Thread: Muffler shop

    by BruceF
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    Catalytic converters became standard in 1975, I...

    Catalytic converters became standard in 1975, I believe. It's when the switch to unleaded came about.

    Most of the Corvette parts places sell them for less. But, of course, you'd still have to get...
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    If the tire is tearing apart it's not the wheel...

    If the tire is tearing apart it's not the wheel you need to worry about when driving. The tire can come apart and start hitting the bodywork or get wrapped in the axle or brakes.

    Personally, I'd...
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    Find the exhaust leak. Look for soot all along...

    Find the exhaust leak. Look for soot all along the exhaust path.

    And make sure there are no openings in the firewall. Dried out rubber seals can cause leaks.
  11. Anyone going? I'll be there Friday and Saturday.

    Anyone going? I'll be there Friday and Saturday.
  12. CORVETTE RACING AT LIME ROCK PARK: Anniversary of Victory No. 100

    CORVETTE RACING AT LIME ROCK PARK: Anniversary of Victory No. 100

    Team brings class championship lead to GT-only event



    Lime Rock site of Corvette Racing’s 100th all-time victory
    ...
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    Does the car have a Posi rear? I'd check/change...

    Does the car have a Posi rear? I'd check/change the fluid.
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    Also, check the connectors and the individual...

    Also, check the connectors and the individual pins that run through the accordions between the body and the door. Often a loose connection here can create a code storm.
  15. Thread: OEM Brake Pads

    by BruceF
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    Shorter braking distance is another reason to...

    Shorter braking distance is another reason to switch. I use Performance Friction's Max Performance Carbon Metallic pads.
  16. Thread: C5 window

    by BruceF
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    The other thing to try is to lubricate the...

    The other thing to try is to lubricate the weatherstripping. If it's dry and lost some flexibility it can contribute to the wind noise.
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    Could be for the cargo net.

    Could be for the cargo net.
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    Welcome to the forum!

    Welcome to the forum!
  19. Happy Thanksgiving!!!:chicken:

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!:chicken:
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    :D

    :D
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    Wow. Sounds like an interesting project. Good...

    Wow. Sounds like an interesting project. Good luck with it!
  22. Thread: Left head light

    by BruceF
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    The plastic gear is stripped. Most of us upgrade...

    The plastic gear is stripped. Most of us upgrade to a brass gear. About $100 for the pair and a few hours to do it.

    Here's one source: ...
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    I worked at a restoration shop years ago. We...

    I worked at a restoration shop years ago. We always sent them out.

    Eckler's, Mid America, Zip all offer a restoration service. I wouldn't be surprised if they sent them to the same place. I think...
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    Unless you can document the car from the...

    Unless you can document the car from the beginning and what changes have been made, if you are bringing the car to an NCRS event to be judged, you have to go by what they say.
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    I always double clutch. I'm just used to it. But,...

    I always double clutch. I'm just used to it. But, I do think it saves a bit of wear on the car.
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