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11-22-2014 05:57 PM 33 Chevy Wheels And Tires
Got the front tires on 33 and got it on the ground. Here's a couple of pics from in the garage. I like the way it sits. American Racing Torq Thrust 15 X 6 on the front and 15 X 8 on the rear. BFG T/A Radials 205/60-15 on the front and 255/70-15 on the rear


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11-22-2014 05:50 PM 33 Chevy Rear Fenders
I mounted the rear fenders and used Filling Station #B184 3/16 Beaded Fender Welt. It's Vinyl and is 1 1/2" wide. Comes in a 25 foot roll for $15.50. It fit good but is a little loose around the top of the fender. I might try a piece of black duct tape on the inside of the welt to tighten it up. I used Anchor Nuts #GM1021 to hold the fenders on. These fit and worked well.


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11-22-2014 05:48 PM 33 Chevy Cabriolet E Brake
I got the emergency brake installed this week. I purchased a Lokar #EHB-7000F chrome emergency brake handle. The instructions were good as they usually are with Lokar. I cut the hole in the floor. I made a small plate to strengthen it and tie it into the floor braces. Got the handle installed then worked on the cables. Kit #EC-80FU is the universal cables with black housing. I ran the cables so they were away from the mufflers and used a clamp to hold them up to the floor. Once they're all in place I marked them and cut the housings first with some 8" cutters and then put them back in, marked the cables and then cut them with a cut off wheel. I put the cables back through the block put some Loctite on the set screws and tightened them. After a little adjustment the brakes worked great.


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10-22-2014 06:14 PM Headlights On My 33 Chevy
Wired the head lights and used a halogen kit. I also have the directional in the lower part of the reflector to hide it. Both the headlights and directionals work great.


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10-22-2014 06:09 PM Wiring My 33 Chevy Cabriolet
This bag wired the dash. All wires were clearly marked and there were some extras so if you wanted to add accessories later you could. I chose Auto Meter gauges, the electric speedometer, electric tachometer and the quad gauge.


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