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  • in reply to: ETCG Answers Questions Live #77 (AMA) 11/9/2016 #871825
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      Got my 2000 GS-R pretty much sorted out, all new brakes (caliper,rotors and pads) new timing belt kit, new battery and all fluids changed. Got her all detailed. Today I just did a quick test drive around the block and blew a brake line (right in the middle of the car) My question is how hard is it to take off that plastic cage without breaking it lying on my back in my driveway? Or should I just pay for it to be removed? I looked at it and tried, but being a NY car its a bit crusty and I don’t want to break it…stupid design for rusty areas of the country. Stay dirty, thanks for your vids.
      Jim
      Jamestown, NY

      in reply to: Emergency Brake Cable Problems 2000 Acura GS-R #870913
      JimJim
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        Were no “threads” it was a slip in to the bracket held by by a clip. I ended up just cutting a notch in both sides of the old bracket with a sawsall , broke it off and slid it into the new bracket. Thanks for the suggestions though.

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