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  • About Chris Draper
    Full Name
    Christopher Draper
    Location
    Gilbert, Arizona Currently Own: 1998 Coupe YouTube: My Corvette Life
    Your Zip Code
    85233
    Occupation
    Project Manager
    Year & Model
    1998 Coupe
    Color
    Arctic White
    Mods
    Corbeau A4 Seats
    Thunder Racing T-Rex Cam TR224: 224/224 563/563 114LSA
    Kooks 1-3/4" x 3" Long Tube Headers
    Kooks Catted 3" X-Pipe
    C5 Z06 Titanium Axle Back Exhaust
    Casting 799 - LS6/LS2 Cylinder Heads
    BTR .660" Lift Dual Valve Springs
    7.375" Pushrods
    LS6 Intake Manifold
    Vararam Lower Ram Air Intak
    Biography
    YouTube: My Corvette Life
    Facebook: My Corvette Life
    Instagram: my_corvette_life
    Writer for Badboyvettes.com
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    My Corvette Life - YouTube Channel

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  • Last Activity: Today 11:20 AM
  • Member Since: 06-06-2004

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https://www.youtube.com/chrisdraper2007
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https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/members/63849-chris-draper.html

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  1. HBsurfer
    06-07-2018 01:57 PM
    Hey Chris. I am one of your subscribers and also one of the guys who mentioned jack stands (Tony Giaconi). Anyway, the only thing keeping a hydraulic jack from failing is an O ring the diameter of a pencil lead. They fail often and suddenly. Sitting there with your head inside the fender well was very tough to watch. You really should not even take the wheel off before putting a jack stand under the car. Ever. Sorry to sound like an old jerk but I have lost a close friend to a floor jack failure. You really should re-shoot or remove that video. I am sure some folks who are watching are using your videos to learn from. Leaving it up as is not good. Sorry for the rant but lifting a car properly is the most basic part of auto repair.

    I love the videos and watch while I am on the elliptical. Keep em coming!
    Tony
  2. 'Shifter
    01-02-2013 10:45 AM
    Great birthday BTW!
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