K Rmanr

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About K Rmanr

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  • Birthday 04/22/1964

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  • Location:
    Dallas
  • Interests:
    ROA #883 Member;
    1967–1973 Buick Riviera's;
    1966 El Camino;
    1969 Pontiac GTO / Le Mans

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  1. I like that, and I'm experiencing it in real time today with my '66 El Camino... Of course todays ethanol infused gasoline doesn't help at all.
  2. That so-called "correct tire pressure" as documented in the owner's manual, or on original factory labels installed on our cars are in no way accurate references as to the tire pressures we should be running with today's modern tires. Even if someone were still driving with those (dated), original type bias-ply tires—which they most likely are not—that original specification applied only to the original type and series of bias-ply tires installed.
  3. Here a pic of a '67 (non-Riviera) Switch-Pitch setup FYI. I believe all '67 switches had black rubber boots and male electrical connector / contacts verses earlier switches which had the wires connected directly.