I stopped worrying about those a LONG time ago. My old GMC has only the
front brakes. Stops just fine on those. Maybe that's irresponsible but I
just got tired of diddling with brake lines. I've never understood why my
old truck was so hard on them.
errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrttttt....WHEW! (William's pulse slows back down just
inches from the redline...) No, just kidding. My brake lines won't stay in
one piece and I haven't fixed them yet.
Sorry, just lightening the mood a bit. :-)
Dunno much about lugnuts. Can't really help you with those. I don't know
what kind or how old the ones on my '84 Sierra are, but they've done nothing
except stay there even after a rim change on all fours. I'd assume they
could be factory lug nuts, but I don't know that. They haven't yet wept
anything onto my nice rims.
At least in my oppinion, my truck (when operating properly) stops fastest
out of any vehicle I have ever driven, or seen. I have made plenty people
who were tale gating me shit their pants when I "thought I saw a cat". It
can't stop that fast though, I haven't re-arranged anyone's purdy ground
eff3x y0!! But it usually gets zee point across.... (either I want you to
back up, or I'm an asshole, I haven't decided which yet...)
"Ignorance is preferable to error; and he is less remote from the truth who
believes nothing, then he who believes what is a wrong."
- Thomas Jefferson
Formerly: KJ the Lonely Grease Monkey
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