June 6, 2006
the studs. It's funny that the part number starts with the
bolts that hold the hub to the disc get a little loctite.
we use Kluber.
were undoubtedly updated by Peter Gregg, bigger is always
calipers that have been sitting for 30 years. We use nitrogen
because the air compressor doesn't make more than 150 pounds
control the nitrogen to whatever it takes to blow the piston
job, you need a good size hammer, gloves, safety glasses,
and a lot of freaking luck. The caliper is silver looking
because Andy media blasted it before assembly.
calipers on 904's are silver cad. These calipers will be yellow
because underneath all this brake crap, they are yellow. We
have seen 904's with yellow and mostly silver cad colored
are original, new factory doors, so they need a little loving
in the pinhole department to finish off the imperfections
from the mold and assembly. We try not to do them perfect
to keep a little character in the finished parts.
I am taping
off the hinges, which have already been adjusted to a perfect
door fit, so I can prime them without removing them. I use
tape so the low pressure sand blasting doesn't blast more
pinholes in the fiberglass before priming.
downdraft spray booth. No mask needed for small part painting.
Here I have used dolphin gray as a base primer.
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