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    Thanks much , @sportfan. That helps greatly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan View Post
    I hoping to finish this up tomorrow. I would like some opinions on should I use some three year old brake fluid I have or not ? It has been in closed containers the whole time. I'll post a drawing on the brake line problem later tonight.
    I personally wouldn't use the brake fluid if it was over 2 years old... even in a sealed container. The stuff absorbs moisture real bad.
    That's why I bleed my brake system at least once a year on all my cars.
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    ok,thanks

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    I finally got my car back on the road today. A friend came by and helped me bleed the clutch. I haven't driven the car in over a month. So as far as the Uniballs go this is hard to judge the difference. Best I can say is the rear felt firmer. If we had more roads with curves near by to really push the car in some good corners it would help to judge any changes on handling. If things go as planned by the time Twisted ( where I drive the car the hardest) comes around I will have a LSD installed and that is supposed to make a huge difference in handling. It is hard to say this ten seconds if the Uniballs are worth the work and cost. Maybe more later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan View Post
    It is hard to say this ten seconds if the Uniballs are worth the work and cost. Maybe more later.
    I recommend getting the car on an alignment rack and checking the current settings.
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    I plan on getting an appointment set up for alignment tomorrow. I hope the rear doesn't need shimming. I have custom cut steel shims that took me three tries to get right. I had to build a jig to be able to mill them.

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    Definitely interested to see what the specs are for your car after alignment, mine was way off but still drivable. Just have to rotate more often. Texas Track Works here in FWTX does an amazing job but to do the actual work was expensive, I passed.

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    Sooooooo???


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    I would have to do some digging to find my alignment figures. To get my alignment into spec I loosened the six bolts that hold the axle assembly to the car and moved it what I could. It was enough to get the alignment within specs.

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    I’m guessing paint marks beforehand will be recommended?


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