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  1. After much research on these forums, I settled on getting a redhead 12.7:1 steering box instead of going the rebuild route, and WOW what a difference. The steering feel is night and day difference compared to the old SPA-U box. Figured it was time since the old box had developed a pretty bad leak around the shaft seal and had about 2 inches of play at the wheel. https://i.imgur.com/Cwp5lPO.jpg[/img] You can see just how bad the leak was underneath. https://i.imgur.com/xicJY7k.jpg[/img] New vs old. I called redhead to order this box, but they didn't have any with the 12.7:1 gea
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  2. I used the original Aircraft Stripper, but that was 16 years ago and it has been reformulated to remove the Methylene Chloride. Best trick I learned with stripper is to get a box of cheap garbage bags (or thin plastic anything). apply the stripper, then lay the garbage bag over the part and form it to it. The plastic keeps the stripper from drying out and it works much better. Do this in the shade, not direct sunlight.
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  3. I have also used the Klean Strip Aircraft. There is no comparison between Kleans and Rustoleums. They have discontinue the good stuff. Below is a link to the type you want to look for. You can still find a few people selling it on ebay. It will work wonders. Did my complete car with it. http://kleanstripauto.com/products/aircraft-paint-remover
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  4. I have nitto 555s on my 71. 275/40/18 in rear and 245/40/18 in front. Wheels are us mags bandit 18x8 in front and 18x9 in rear with competition suspension and factory sway bar. It all fits. No rubbing. image host sites
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