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Old 04-06-2009, 08:47 PM
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I met a guy from Texas that had Shockwaves on his bird for the last several years and he LOVES them. So I'm going to give em a try.
Is there a chance of getting you to start a thread on "Bagging your Bird" and post a bunch of pics? I may want to start on mine right away instead of waiting.
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Hi ya Clint
I am 100% rapt with the Shockwaves in my '62 too, they're effortless, ride well and handle beautifully. Now that have a couple of months' and a heap of miles on the car I'm not quite as thrilled with the Air Over leaf set-up at the rear. Despite adding rear control arms the leafs have taken on a bit of a 's' shaped set and I'm having issues with pinion angle.
I'm off to a show in a couple of days, a 600 mile round trip. when I get back next week I'll start a thread and post a few photos.

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What did that MP set up cost you?
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Bob, if you are asking that question of Petrolhead or tbirder I can tell you that Alistair has not been active on the Forum since May, and tbirder not for the last couple of years. If you are asking about the MP Brakes system, check their website out.
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