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Kelsey-Hayes 1965 Original wheels Can anyone recommend a company that can restore my wheels? Thanks John Forster 12/25/2014 5:37:28 PM1
13" C4 Brake Rotors Odd question, but my 96 has the same HD brake option (j55 I believe) and nothing on the original sticker. Talked to the previous two owners and they said they did not add the option after purchasing the vehicle. Maybe the line ran out of the standard rotors and calipers? Kenneth Watters 2/3/2010 10:48:38 AM1
c-4 i have a 1995 roadster auto. with 13" rotors. no where on the window sticker does it mention anything about heavy duty anything, why would this car have 13" and not 12" which were stock? any info would be great. thanks hammer Dennis Corona 1/17/2010 11:23:14 AM4
1954 corvette Windshield is it OEM or replacment??? I have a 1954 corvette that I am replacing the winshield because it states it is a safety-Float and not a safety plate according to NCRS manual. Also the date of the window is ASI-JI and this does not correspond to any dating for windows in the maual or any other books that I can Find???? I was told this window was purchased from Canada in 1978 and it was a last known replacement or OEM windshield for the car but do not know if this it true. Mark Wiley 10/16/2009 5:06:55 PM1
Run Flat Tire replacement I have a 2007 C6 Coupe and am looking at upgrading rims & tires. I have read several articles on replacing the run flat tires with non run flat tires, and it appears there are advantages/disadvantages to both. In addition to the price variance (less expensive) and reduced weight of the non run flat tires, there are numerous opinions stating they wear better and provide a much smoother ride. I would like to know if any of the members have opinions on this topic or any experience with the use of the non run flat tire. Thank you, Mike Eldred Mike Eldred 7/19/2009 11:06:18 AM1
Just an introduction Touching base with members. Glad to join the group. I am a tire engineer with the Federal Government. I managed the Federal Tire Qualification testing program for 13 years. I am a tire engineer by trade, and certified tire testing engineer as well as serving as the U.S. Government expert witness in litigation matters pertaining to tire failure fatalities. I work with NHTSA on potential recall matters, especially tire related. So, if you want to talk about those fat black rubber inflatable finicky pain in the necks.... give me a shout! LOL wolfdogs new member 2008 coupe wolfdogs 2/20/2009 3:21:32 PM1
CRAY WHEELS Anyone have Cray wheels? Comments or ratings? Are they lighter than stock C5 wheels? Vic Ensalata 11/23/2008 5:25:25 PM0
Wheel tire pressure sensor The local dealership damaged my right front tire pressure sensor and are unable to replace it. Where can I find one or how do I disable the LTPWS light. tconor Aususta, Mi Thomas Conor 11/8/2008 3:18:23 PM1
Replacement tire experience with your C6 Does anyone care to comment on their satisfaction with non-Goodyear replacement rubber on their C6? My original skin's are nearing time for replacement and I'm curious as to other's sucess (or disappointment) with replacing the Goodyear's with another brand. Thank you! Bob 6/2/2008 8:00:53 PM3
Correct Tire Manufacturer for 1974 Corvette As I remember my 1974 Corvette Sting Ray came with GR 70x15 Raised White Letter Tires steel belted radials. Was the tire manufacturer Good Year or Firestone? Larry B. Gross 4/1/2008 10:16:21 AM1
Michelin Run Flast I recently replaced the OEM Eagle run flats on my 2001 convertible with the Michelin Pilot Sport run flats. The Michelin tire provides a softer quieter ride and better treadwear. My only concern is that the front tire is 25.6" in diameter, whereas the Goodyear Eagle is 25" in diameter. Will this size difference have any negative effects? Richard Debuhr 7/4/2007 8:59:16 AM5
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