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Old 06-20-2017, 08:49 PM
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Good luck with the truck. You'll get it back to where you need it so you can have more fun with the Camaro.
2001 Firebird Convertible, V6 4A, Y87, All Black, Daily Driver
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Old 06-21-2017, 10:02 AM
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Thanks! I know it will be nice to have a reliable backup lol.

Yesterday I got the Leak stopped i hope. Apart from pulling the back glass and making a real mess i could only keep siliconing the cracks

it was still letting water in on the shoulder :-\

and the stupid rear view mirror button was a pain. idk what the issue was but the first time i put it to the glass the glue did not harden at all. and I'm like WTF? so i put another dab on glue on the button and stick it again and it cured almost instantly This may have to be redone when it falls off again. you can see where the glue didn't cover the button because it cured too quick. and its crooked lol


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