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  • #16
    Gene just to let you know there were no fees at the border...ususally most things go through without an issue
    Rob

    85 4e

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    • #17
      Originally posted by roberto2000 View Post
      Gene just to let you know there were no fees at the border...ususally most things go through without an issue
      That's a relief to know, Rob. Thank you.
      Gene Beaird,
      86 2R SVO, G Stock,
      Pearland, Texas

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      • #18
        Just got my LCAs back from Rob. They look factory. I did send out NOS bits, but these look like they're N(ew)NOS. :-)

        Thanks, Rob!!
        Gene Beaird,
        86 2R SVO, G Stock,
        Pearland, Texas

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        • #19
          FINALLY following up on this. We finally got the Rob-rebuilt LCAs installed, and they pretty much dropped right in. I did have to use the ball joint nuts that came with them, as the OEM ones were too tall (couldn't get a cotter pin in).

          I now have a spare pair of LCAs, in case Rob is still providing this service, and anyone needs a pair so they don't have to have the car on stands while the ones on the car get rebuilt.

          6 out of 5 stars, Rob!! Thank you, sir!!
          Gene Beaird,
          86 2R SVO, G Stock,
          Pearland, Texas

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          • #20
            Was waiting on Rob to get back on this, but never did hear back from him...
            85.5 1E in the house.

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            • #21
              HIs replies seem to go in fits and starts. He was radio silence for a while redoing my LCAs, then he had time. Don't worry, he's an up-front guy with a day job!! :-)
              Gene Beaird,
              86 2R SVO, G Stock,
              Pearland, Texas

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              • #22
                Hello Gene

                Glad to hear the arms went in good for you.
                It did take me a bit to get them done... I work in the Auto industry and do the machining at my workplace
                and with the rounds of layoffs due to parts shortages my access to the machines was limited.
                At work we do seem to be running consistent now so hopefully I can do some more

                Rob
                Rob

                85 4e

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                • #23
                  Rob,

                  I have the old take-offs, if you want them for the next guy. Just let me know. Paying it forward sort of thing.
                  Gene Beaird,
                  86 2R SVO, G Stock,
                  Pearland, Texas

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                  • #24
                    Core arms are always a good thing
                    Rob

                    85 4e

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by roberto2000 View Post
                      Core arms are always a good thing
                      Since the SVO project is on hold waiting for a new rack, I don't get over here much lately, and just saw this. I'll try to get these packaged up to send them out.
                      Gene Beaird,
                      86 2R SVO, G Stock,
                      Pearland, Texas

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