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Color looks good and I like the way it transitions upward and back into the upper rear quarter flowing with the factory styling crease in the quarter. I say it's rightous!New graphics.. I think they sent the wrong color.. but it is a different shade and different over all size/shape..... not hating it.. lol
Looks like your Challenger is on life support too!Went out to the garage and lightly wiped him down and then opened the door to go out and shovel the 7" of heavy, wet snow we received overnight. The last photo shows our "pecking order" for parking in the drive around here perfectly! Note that after raising it, my new garage door dropped a mini-snow clump onto the rear spoiler and deck lid - will have to get to the bottom of that issue.
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Looks great. What size tires did you go with?
I have a 3rd try to get the right size coming, but ordered based on that part no.The pins I had ordered, based on part #, are too small to use...so I got a 13 of them now.....and with shipping, it's not worth returning them. (Mopar part no. 6505411AA is on them, but they are too small, head and shank both). Luckily, I was able to re-use all of mine.....
They are the Power Stop Z23 Evolution Sport Rotors and PadsFinally changed out the rear rotors and pads for the slotted rotors and carbon fiber pads, the drivers side rear was finally metal to metal so it was definitely time to do it. The rear had been put off at the time of getting the full set of rotors and pads because of the ordeal discovered doing the front.
When I was changing out the front over a year ago I discovered the drivers side wheel bearing was bad so I went ahead and replaced both front wheel bearings and then installed the new rotors and pads. Then during test driving discovered the drivers side caliper was dragging on the new rotors and had to also order and replace that. So since the rear at the time was in good shape it got postponed.
Went to get a burger Monday and driving by the wall at Wendy's I could hear the drivers rear pad dragging on the rotor so it was time, went home ate and changed the drivers side Monday. Did not have enough daylight left to do the passenger side, so I did that side yesterday and all is well again. The parking brake which is hardly ever used on my Challenger looked good so I cleaned them up real good and reused them. The parking brake is on the inside of the rotor as it is shaped on the rear like a drum brake design with the parking brake inside the drum section.