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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-10-2005 07:32 AM
firstgenbird Thanks for the help.
12-09-2005 07:17 AM
crashtech You'll likely end up with rear end oil all over the place if you don't remove it first!
12-09-2005 05:59 AM
shine it's best to remove the rear end. it's full of grease . my rotisserie has a cradle since i do a lot of vettes. i never turn them upside down. you wont be able to reach anything. i just go 90 degrees. there is a 57 vette on mine now on my web page if you want to look. be careful
12-08-2005 11:41 PM
rotisserie balance, hints wanted

I have a 1968 Firebird. We are getting ready to rotisserie the bird. for clenup underneath. A few have advised us to remove the rear exle from the car before putting it on the rotisserie.

I wanted to find out if anyone has put the 67-69 Camaro/Firebird on a rotisserie. On mine, the hardware is difficuilt to reach. It would be able to work on the leaf springs with the car upside down. Has anyone done this

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