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  1. NBF823
    07-30-2017 07:13 PM

    Hey, if you get a chance, do you have any thoughts on my deranged brake questions?

  2. Keith Seymore
    10-23-2016 02:26 PM
    Keith Seymore
    Yes - AAM was formed when Detroit Gear and Axle split off from GM, using a new team of investors/managers and the Gear and Axle machines and facilities. AAM is our main OE axle supplier for light truck axles. We have some quality problems with them, typically gear noise or lack of responsiveness to problems, like with any big GM supplier. I can't comment on their capabilities as an aftermarket supplier but would imagine with proper setup their stuff would be fine.
  3. t walgamuth
    03-07-2016 12:03 AM
    t walgamuth
    Hello. You were recommended by Engine Ear to discuss my 65 bonneville which has manual brakes. I am converting to a dual master for safety and am wondering about what diameter master to buy....?
  4. 68greenbird
    02-04-2016 09:17 PM
    just give a little report on the brake set up.... installed 2 yrs ago Great product !! Question 68 Firebird What would you suggest of how to lower the front end that would be compatable with your product ? lowering 2 inches.
  5. 67ramair4
    10-12-2015 12:11 AM
  6. ejgoat
    03-28-2015 01:03 PM
    I,am trying to find good lower and upper ball joint dust covers, not after market ones, like the ones that come with new ball joints, but no luck, can you help
  7. Will
    10-11-2013 10:23 PM
    Hey Mark,

    Been a long time. I don't come around very often any more. Still have my Formula but life has given me other priorities in the last 10 years so it sits and waits 'til the day I have the money and time to put into it again.

    Hope everything's been going well for you, and thanks for reaching out after so long and sorry it took 5 months to get back to you!

  8. Andre
    05-01-2013 08:12 AM
    Mark- I don't know, as I don't do too much wiht Firebird parts.
  9. Scarebird
    03-21-2013 08:07 PM
    Doug, have a tough time getting to the phone, but can send info via mail...
  10. RAM YAK II
    03-19-2013 12:43 AM
    Hey Mark. I bought one of your kits for my '62 Catalina a few years back and was praising your product to a new friend who has a '62 Catalina wagon and he expressed an interest in purchasing a kit. He does not have a computor so I told him I would contact you and request some info. His name is ;

    Ron Snyder
    8089 N. Geyers Chapel Rd.
    Smithville, OH. 44677

    Thanks in advance.

    Doug Brown aka Ramyak II

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