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Old 08-09-2015, 02:53 AM
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Re: :::Tassievteclude::: Tassie's 1994 JDM BB1

Just quickly, perseverance wins again. I mean, in a game of rock, paper, scissors, perseverance, perseverance wins every time. I have one trailing arm ready for paint (have to wait for the mercury to go up and the precipitation to stop coming down) and one LCA in the laundry tub getting a bath.

A random question now though, inside where all the bushings go is bare metal, should it stay that way? Surely the ES bushings will prevent any moisture getting in these bad boys and any paint will probably just wear off quite quickly, but I really feel strange having bare metal in there.
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