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  1. Vette_DD
    10-15-2016 03:17 PM
    Vette_DD
    I have no idea. You might ask JT in the HELP forum. You're not talking about deleting a post that starts a thread, are you? You must delete that post in the first 2 or 3 minutes after it's created.
  2. donwil
    02-07-2015 11:33 AM
    donwil
    Whats up B? I haven't pestered you in a while so I thought it might be time.I was reading some posts about doing the clutch fluid change per ranger method. Is this something you do on your vette? What does GM say about changing it this way?Mine was changed out back in feb 2014 when everything was fixed{master,slave,lines and seals. Dealer of course said to only watch the level and not to remove cap frequently. It doesn't look black but not clear either. Everyone on the forum says if you dont change it on a regular basis you will have clutch problems. It looks simple enough to do but I am still hesitant about it. Car shifts and runs fine. Why wouldn't the dealer tell me to do this if its an easy preventive maintenance thing? When they worked on it I asked about putting on a remote bleeder line and was told not to. Anyway sorry for going on and on here. Just would like to get your thoughts on it. Want to take care of my ride but also not get carried away about everything. Thx,Don
  3. nmerhaut
    04-25-2011 05:51 PM
    nmerhaut
    Hi Bill, I just ordered the black spyders with red lip from Bob at House of Wheels. Trying to pick Tire Rack's brain on the Michelins vs the new GY ron on flats. Many local tire shops are meeting TR's price. My wife and I leave for England next Tues and return the 18th. Bob said he's wait and send them out the 15th. Take care and thanks for all your input.
    Norm
  4. shay_95
    10-30-2010 09:42 AM
    shay_95
    Shay_95 finished her profile....Again,Thanks for thr tips.
  5. carnut08
    04-26-2010 04:46 PM
    carnut08
    Thanks much. That's the shop that screwed up. I'm not going to burn them on the forum, though.
  6. johnodrake
    08-31-2009 10:51 PM
    johnodrake
  7. johnodrake
    08-31-2009 10:15 PM
    johnodrake
    Then you lead
  8. johnodrake
    08-31-2009 07:45 PM
    johnodrake
    Hey, Bill - you will have to come visit - we can go to run the Tail!
  9. RFP
    06-11-2009 07:10 PM
    RFP
    Hey Bill...

    What do you think about this?

    The new SLP hood arrived today and a friend was kind enough to come over and help with the ten-minute job of removing the OEM hood and putting on the SLP hood (which, of course, took a couple of hours ).

    We only "put it on the car," with little regard to alignment; the painter will take care of that.

    Anyway, the hood just as it came "out of the box" is quite nice; the prep to finish should be very minimal.

    I think it has a great "look"... to my taste, it's the best C6 hood around!

    I have an appointment with a painter tomorrow... one that comes highly recommended.


    Rb





    I'm thinking of having the "top" of the scoop painted black, much like the "stinger hoods" of the 60s.

  10. johnodrake
    08-09-2008 09:13 PM
    johnodrake
    Till Monday. The XLR is a fine car. Smooth, handles nice, enough power for cruising. Fit and finish are good. Leather is very nice.

    Wife asked this evening if I had rather have the XLR - she thinks it is hot! I said 'in place of the Vette - NFW! And not the CTS either since I need more than two seats! That said - if I were in the market for a luxury roadster, I would have to consider the XLR and the XLR-V - but they are pricey. The one I have in the garage has a sticker of 83+ The V is north of 100K and that is ZR1 territory!

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  • About AORoads
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    bill
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    Northern,
    State
    VA
    Year & Model
    '96 LT4-sold. '08 LS3 Atomic Orange Roadster, 6MN,NPP.
    Color
    Competition Yellow(former); Atomic Orange NOW!
    Mods
    K&N Drop In, OE Grey ZR1s, CAGS elim., R-D Camber Brace(former);

    Portefield R4S pads, splashguards,clearbra, Polished Black Chrome wheels

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