New in Wisconsin

Discussion in 'Introduce yourself' started by rezwerd, Mar 30, 2019.

  1. T.$.Racing

    T.$.Racing Well-Known Member

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    That's what I was getting at. Strange how with wheel bearings the brands seem to be all over the place regarding one country of origin. Glad to hear Timken still has some U.S. made stuff though. MAGA lol
     
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    Speaking of choosing good reliable parts...
    I found the real issue with the brake indicator light, it was the obvious reason after all. :doh: I've created a new thread with questions about replacing the lines so I don't hijack my own introduction thread. I think I'm pretty much as introduced as I can be anyway.
     
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    A little late to the party but welcome! Enjoy your mod projects
     
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    Thanks! I hadn't planned to mod the car at all when I bought it because it was the "nice car" in the family, but my wife got a much nicer car in April so now I'm free to mod away. :147703263745b138a51 I'd like to tint the windows and clean up the rims to start, and maybe try to reduce the glare on the dashboard a little. The car has been in the garage on jack stands since my last post in this thread while I replace rusted brake lines, so I've had plenty of time to think about what it could be (since I can't currently enjoy it for what it is).
     
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    The Accord is back on the road with some fresh brake lines, and I have to remember how to drive a 5-speed again.
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    After spending a month riding/driving in the Fusion I'm happy to get back to real knobs and buttons for the controls, but I'll have to get used to taking it easier on the gas. I forgot how zippy this car feels, and how crazy low the hood is compared to the Fusion.
     

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