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yeah....that happened to me during my Beast race in Ohio two years ago.....hurt and stung like crap for 16 miles.Until they get ripped open and off. Shave them shits down and moisturize!!! They’ll still maintain the callus, just won’t be as rigid (which is what makes them rip)
yeah idk, what's going on with that thumb in the picture, it doesn't normally look like that , maybe all this no glove wrap handling did fuck me up.Your thumb looks like it's been in a meat grinder. There is no shame in having velvety hands. I wasn't joking - that cream is very good shit.
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New powerflex torque arm bushing, Pex intake for the turbo noises, and some Castrol because that's what Walmart had and @hans611 told me to.
no, you want the euro formula.Is this the same stuff? The 5w-40 is out of stock at my local Walmarts...so I got this remembering your post.
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curious to see what minimum front camber setting will be with the arms and the strut mounts together...I got a load of parts delivered today in prep for upcoming track season.
1. the newly released 034 motorsport control arms
2. eurosport camber mounts (pre-assembled)
3. Strut mount hardware kit from FCP.
4. control arm hardware kit from shopdap.
5. new SAI pump, gasket, and sensor from FCP.
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I still need to decide on a RSB and a new set of tires and - leaning torwards H&R 26mm + moog endlinks and hankook RS4. First event is at summit point on march 4th-5th. I can't wait.
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Everything I've researched pointed me in this direction. It's discreet, functional, and better value than alternatives. Installation should be straight forward, provided I can get my hands on a rivnut tool.Please keep us updated on the installation process and how you like it; I've been loosely considering that exact brace.
There are a few decent/cheap ones on Amazon now. When I bought mine three years ago there were very few out.rivnut tool
Life saver! The Dorman option looks pretty neat, and I like that it's compact. I likely won't need to use it more than once, so having a single-use/single-function tool that doesn't take up any space is great.There are a few decent/cheap ones on Amazon now. When I bought mine three years ago there were very few out.
If you just want to get this installed and don't plan on ever using it again you could use this DIY. I made a similar design, but I used a full thread allen bolt with a nut and a thrust bearing . Held the allen bolt and tighten the nut with the thrust bearing between the nut and the rivet nut. Either way will get it done. Dorman sells them as well.
Did martial arts for 2 years and my heals were great for sanding hardwood floors...still are.You're a fool if you don't. They don't paint my nails, they cut them, wash my feet, get rid of dead skin etc... Once every couple of months is good. I wouldn't do it if you do martial arts though - it gets rid of the callouses on the bottom of your feet and then it makes it really painful to pivot when you are kicking.