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Old 09-30-2014, 08:09 AM
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The second picture is the back of the catalytic convertor taken from the inside with the spy-cam.
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Looking at that picture of the Cat Substrate initially played tricks on my eyes , where I once saw what appeared to be a solid surface with raised protrusions , now I can clearly see the holes in the cat sub straight, Duh.

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Did you ever see a brake rotor that collapsed on its self ? The center rusted out and was crushed. Maybe I'll keep this one around to help sell more brake rotors. Pads only ? Nope, At your own risk. The vehicle is an 04 Sprinter, front brakes, pads at 75%. The other side not far behind.
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Haven't seen that but seen plenty where they wore all the way down to the fins through the disk.
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Simply a lack of proper visual inspection the last time the pads were serviced.
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'64 Falcon, no fuel, might be a PATs problem...... or the gas tank is rotted on the inside......
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Update.... She's a runner!!!! clean and set the points and clean all that ten year old varnishy gas out of everything. Almost as old as I am and runs just as well.
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Update.... She's a runner!!!! clean and set the points and clean all that ten year old varnishy gas out of everything. Almost as old as I am and runs just as well.
LOL.... I was betting on the PATs problem....
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