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    Willwood Brake Pads

    My car has the same Wilwood brake set up as when I built the car. Does anyone have a part # for the Wilwood pads?

    Thanks in advance.

    Car still looks good after 15-years!Click image for larger version. 

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    Phil

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    Summit Racing Part Number: WIL-150-8850K
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    Red face

    You are talking to yourself, again, Phil!
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    Just in case some one is curious and does a search, Slither
    Phil

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    Just joking around a little, Phil, though I guess it isn't always funny... oh well, I tried. Besides, it's the only way I can get my post count up to even think about competing with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slither View Post
    Just joking around a little, Phil, though I guess it isn't always funny... oh well, I tried. Besides, it's the only way I can get my post count up to even think about competing with you!
    My high count came from asking questions when I was in the "build" mode. Sadly, there isn't a lot of that going on so much anymore on this site. BTW, I do talk to myself now and then. Like today when I was putting my Christmas present to myself on my car. A brand spank-en new Quickfuel 750 carb
    Phil

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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by pgermond View Post
    Sadly, there isn't a lot of that going on so much anymore on this site.
    I know... used to be nonstop action! The good ole days.


    Quote Originally Posted by pgermond View Post
    BTW, I do talk to myself now and then. Like today when I was putting my Christmas present to myself on my car. A brand spank-en new Quickfuel 750 carb
    Nice, Phil! Let us know how it goes...
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    The Quickfuel HR-750 was easy to install and was jetted perfectly for my motor. Little adjustment on the float level, choke, and idle.

    I now have mechanical secondaries that seem to do a lot better on a light car.

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    Phil

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    Wow, Phil, you could just about eat of that thing... clean as a whistle!
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    Thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by pgermond View Post
    My high count came from asking questions when I was in the "build" mode.
    Speaking of post counts, Phil, things went crazy a few days ago... someone named Cobaby shows as having over 4.2 billion posts, but has not posted since 2006. My count went down by over 100... not sure what is going wrong with the site.
    Paul

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    LMAO, that's a boat load of posts! No idea.

    Maybe Patrick will check it out.
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    He is working on it... he reset the 4.2 billion guy!
    Paul

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    Thanks, Patrick. You know, we use to have an annual fund raises to keep this site running but now the traffic is so light I don't know if we could raise much, if any. It's a great resource and I sure would miss it if it went away.
    Phil

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    Millennials don't seem to be interested in cars.
    Funny thing is new criminals are not into fancy cars either. At work the Property seized does not include the nice fancy cars anymore.
    Nice carb Phil
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naumoff View Post
    Millennials don't seem to be interested in cars.
    Funny thing is new criminals are not into fancy cars either. At work the Property seized does not include the nice fancy cars anymore.
    Nice carb Phil
    What are you seeing, typically, for seized property now, Tony?
    Paul

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    What do you think? Video game consoles and Starbucks gift cards. The profit margins must be way down on criminal activities which means we are all in trouble!
    Tony
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    LOL, Phil! You are probably right...
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    I'm not kidding
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