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Old 01-21-2017, 03:41 PM
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Brake adjuster ?

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Nope it isn't used to adjust brakes.

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Brake bleeder.
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Brake bleeder.
Yep it's a bleeder wrench. Two different size box ends.

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Floors open....
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What was the first car to have a steering wheel?
Year and make.
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Fred flint stones roadster??

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Fred flint stones roadster??

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That's what I thought....
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think it was Packard in 1899 or so American year or so earlier for the French panhard and Levanassor model 1898.
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think it was Packard in 1899 or so American year or so earlier for the French panhard and Levanassor model 1898.

You got it! The floor is all yours.
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Floors open?

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Here's one from Rock Auto Newsletter.


The new Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 share what part?


A. Slotted Carbon-Infused Brake Rotors
B. Steering Column
C. Transmission
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Rotors with slots
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Nope.......
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I would guess transmission ,since rotars have different bolt pattern.
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