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  • About J.Abbott
    Full Name
    Justin L. Abbott
    Location
    Mechanicsville VA
    Your Zip Code
    23111
    Occupation
    VP
    Year & Model
    Many, current C6WC
    Mods
    Allot. I also still have my first Corvette which is a 75. First one that drove anyways, still have it, have not driven it though in a decade.
    Biography
    Grew up around Corvettes, My dad bought a Corvette business when I was young so I grew up around Corvettes and the industry. When my Dad sold the business I left and joined the Marine Corps. Best years of my life and got to do allot of things. When I left the Marines I went back to the Corvettes stuff( I missed them) and went to work for Zip. In the time I started working for Zip I also attended VCU's Engineering school. I have been at ZIP since and have moved up to where I am today.
  • Signature
    Zip Corvette Parts and Accessories - Corvettes Are All We Do!
    Selling Quality Corvette Parts & Accessories Since 1977

    Corvette Brakes | Corvette Wheels | Corvette Suspension | Corvette Weatherstrip
    Corvette Exhaust | Corvette Car Covers | Corvette Floor Mats

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  • Last Activity: Today 08:14 AM
  • Member Since: 09-05-2001

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  1. Retxpres
    08-21-2017 06:07 PM
    Could you send me a C4 catalog
    Joe Tortorici
    11 Roosevelt Ave
    Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
  2. 06-15-2013 10:34 PM
    Justin,

    I'm searching for a good solution for the "melting" of the front tie rod boots, as many have done before me. I've now done It and need replacement tie rod ends. I have a 2006 C6 (stock). no suspension upgrades. I see in these threads 2 solutions: 1) wrap the tie ends with heat trace. while simple, this seems a little hokey to me. The second solution appears to be the Bear Bump steer kit. questions: does this then NOT HAVE A BOOT AT ALL? the other issue seems to be introducing set-up and adjustment I don't need. nobody (zip included) makes a standard end with silicone boots?

    regards,

    Jeff Novak
  3. 09-23-2010 04:37 PM
    jabbott sent you a p.m

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