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Mike A

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Mike A last won the day on February 25

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    Hudson River Valley, NY and South Florida
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    German Classic Cars, Golf, Sailboat Racing, Flying

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  1. Needs a lot of attention. Been stored collecting dust. No AC and a permanent move to smaller quarters in Florida means it has to go . https://www.ebay.com/itm/174814757034
  2. Always available at Belmetric too
  3. DOES ANYBODY KNOW BRIAN BAKER?i joined this group just trying to  find some more information i saw you guys post a while back about another member here brian baker,he was in a ford superduty group and i bought a truck bed and sent him nearly 1000$ and he has just ignored me after he had the money.did you guys ever have any luck in getting your money back from this sleezebag?

  4. You can tell they are Italian. They have that old compomotive design look to them. Nice find
  5. The technique I’ve used for years is to crack the bleeder , push on your hose, immerse the other end in an inch of good clean brake fluid and pump your pedal slowly while watching the level in the reservoir. Tighten the bleeder and check for proper operation. Works every time I’ve tried it. Good practice says the bleeder valve is supposed to be oriented upwards at the highest level in the cylinder, but I bled mine with it assembled and facing down(because I was lazy) and it still operates as it’s supposed to. I suspect that there is still some air in it but it doesn’t affect the operation of the clutch.
  6. FS: 2004 Trailex VIN 1XTXYVP2341000036Purchased new, I use this all-aluminum trailer for my 73 Tii. It has long been known as the original "911" trailer, the go-to trailer for many Porsche 911 enthusiasts. With a weight capacity of 3500 pounds, the factory advertises that many other medium sized sports cars can also be accommodated, as shown in the photos. It is very lightweight. Overall width is 8’ 3”, and overall length is 18’ 9” (including tongue length of 3’). It may fit in your garage. The trailer bed has an open center. The aluminum is anodized and maintenance free. Porsche and BMW 2002 car doors will open over the aluminum trailer fender. It has 2 front adjustable wheel stops, and tie down eye fittings are recessed flush to the bed. The usable bed width is 75” (inside the fenders), bed length 12' 9", and fender height 6 1/4", Brakes are hydraulic (free-backing surge brakes) and include a breakaway safety feature. Wheel bearings have been serviced and a C E SMITH–Stainless Steel Bearing Buddy has been installed on each hub eliminating the need for continuous grease maintenance. There is a 2” coupling on the tongue and you will need a class 3 hitch (minimum) to match.All 5 tires (4 mounted and 1 spare) were replaced with new Carlisle 175/80R-13 trailer tires in 2018 and have less than 500 miles on them. Additional LED running lights have been installed longitudinally along the bed. The aluminum ramps are a very easy installation for loading and unloading. Available at extra cost should you need them, is a complete set of ratchet type vehicle tie downs, complete with wheel/suspension straps.The trailer is in excellent condition and ready to connect to your hitch. $5000 or best offer. A new CT-7541 from Trailex has a lead-time of 6 weeks and a price of $6500, not including delivery charges and sales tax.845 * 742 * 5 7 6 3 Mike
  7. Trailex VIN 1XTXYVP2341000036This all-aluminum trailer has long been known as the original "911" trailer, the go-to trailer for many Porsche 911 enthusiasts. But I have also used it as well for other cars such as a 1973 BMW 2002. With a weight capacity of 4100 pounds, the factory advertises that many other medium sized sports cars can also be accommodated, as shown in the photos. It is very lightweight. Overall width is 8’ 3”, and overall length is 18’ 9” (including tongue length of 3’). It may fit in your garage. The trailer bed has an open center. The aluminum is anodized and maintenance free. Porsche and BMW 2002 car doors will open over the aluminum trailer fender. It has 2 front adjustable wheel stops, and tie down eye fittings are recessed flush to the bed. The usable bed width is 75” (inside the fenders), bed length 12' 9", and fender height 6 1/4", Brakes are hydraulic (free-backing surge brakes) and include a breakaway safety feature. Wheel bearings have been serviced and a C E SMITH–Stainless Steel Bearing Buddy has been installed on each hub eliminating the need for continuous grease maintenance. There is a 2” coupling on the tongue and you will need a class 3 hitch (minimum) to match.All 5 tires (4 mounted and 1 spare) were replaced with new Carlisle 175/80R-13 trailer tires in 2018 and have less than 500 miles on them. Additional LED running lights have been installed longitudinally along the bed. The aluminum ramps are a very easy installation for loading and unloading. Available at extra cost should you need them, is a complete set of ratchet type vehicle tie downs, complete with wheel/suspension straps.The trailer is in excellent condition and ready to connect to your hitch. A new CT-7541 from Trailex has a lead-time of 6 weeks and a price of $6500, not including delivery charges and sales tax.845 * 742 * 5 7 6 3 Mike
  8. I think he’s referring to the cable which turns the threaded rod to move the trunnion so that the front rear bias can be tuned. ......no?
  9. Good luck Steve.... still waiting since last August for a NY salvage title for my beater
  10. Well, yeah... as do many others along with advertisers....that was the point.... it’s not free
  11. “...it’s free...”?? Tells me everything I need to know
  12. Perfect opportunity for a campaign to upgrade your subscription. If it hasn’t been brought to your attention already, others have been paying the fare for you turnstile jumpers
  13. Mike A

    Very sad day

    I didn’t know that pizza existed west of the Hudson River
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