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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Hi Todd,
    Not sure what's going on but I still can't see anything, but going back through your posts I can't see any of the photos, although Im

    fay66 19th February 2019, 03:15 AM Go to last post

    Re: 3C GT Rusteration


    looks really nice!! You should consider to check and replace the rubber/metall bushes of the suspension arms now. You won´t be able

    Akonaut 19th February 2019, 03:13 AM Go to last post
    Todd D.

    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    It looks to me that the whole subframe, suspension and steering components were assembled together and then painted a semi gloss black together. The

    Todd D. 18th February 2019, 09:48 PM Go to last post

    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Hmmm.. I see the pictures in both posts.

    Anyway, I'm not sure if using POR-15 would have much benefit on an aluminum piece like that (especially

    Taddraughn 18th February 2019, 08:35 PM Go to last post
    Todd D.

    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Thanks Brian....not sure what happened . Lets try it again.

    Todd D. 18th February 2019, 07:23 PM Go to last post
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