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Re: questions....



>
>Either disconnect the trany end of the cable, or wedge it forward, or 
>have a helper hold it forward while you rehook it.  To rehook it you 
>have to remove the two bolts that attach it to the side of the 
>tunnel, pull it out, and pull the eye out where you can get the hook 
>into it again.

        Are those the two bolts on the tunnel behind or near the gas pedal?
        Theres a hole back there?.....ok, I'll give it a shot!

>
>Live and learn.
>
>
>Bleeders are necessary on the top, AND there are cutouts on the face 
>of the pistons that must face a certain way WRT (with respect to) the 
>brake rotor rotation.  If you mount the calipers on the wrong sides 
>(upside down) you won't be able to bleed the air out of the system 
>AND the pads won't wear parallel.  Yes it makes a difference.  Live 
>and learn.

        Well....that explains the never ending supply of air in them! Im gonna
        have to switch the sides around. 

        Thanks Jim!!
        I have learned!! Next time, I'll know!!

Chad

        


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