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So I took the '67 in to get the front rotor replaced. It had come loose from the hub so in the name of safety........
Tomorrow I'm going in for a leakdown test but today on the way home the dang thing is running like a '72 Vega!!!/forums/images/icons/mad.gif
Its blowing smoke and running very rough. Very fouled plugs no doubt. I'm cringing every mile hoping it stays together until I can get it repaired.
 

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I feel your pain. I hope you can get that FE re-built at a reasonable price.
 

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It's just letting you know it didn't like having to share or for that matter, getting kicked out of the garage because kitchen cabinets took priority, even if it was just for a short time! /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif Now it's just giving you a friendly reminder not to let it happen again! *G*

No wonder the 67 didn't mark them with oil when it had the chance.
 
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