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Old 03-07-2018, 02:01 AM
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I use the little sidekick one mostly, the big one is great but is very scary to use inside the garage, it blows even big stuff off the shelves and is probably what they used in the film Twister for the indoor scenes.
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Old 03-07-2018, 07:02 AM
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Ditto, thatís where (and when) I got mine. What a great toy. I love it.
Phil always honors his discounts, if you reach out to him he may even give you one on a one off. Heís the best. And one of the best follows on instagram. Oh what cars they work on. Currently they have a speedster and a 488 in for detailing work. Itís great
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When the car has been sitting in a cold environment and you reverse it plus turning the wheels, you will feel them rubbing and making a flopping sound. Once everything is warmed up to temps, this will go away.

When parking the car for extended periods donít use the ebrake as it will stick, like others have said.
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When the car has been sitting in a cold environment and you reverse it plus turning the wheels, you will feel them rubbing and making a flopping sound. Once everything is warmed up to temps, this will go away.

When parking the car for extended periods donít use the ebrake as it will stick, like others have said.
That's different. You are describing the "acorn" effect. Nothing to do with the brakes.
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Old 03-07-2018, 11:56 AM
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When the car has been sitting in a cold environment and you reverse it plus turning the wheels, you will feel them rubbing and making a flopping sound. Once everything is warmed up to temps, this will go away.

When parking the car for extended periods donít use the ebrake as it will stick, like others have said.
this is acrorning, and not my issue. but it is very offputting

as for the E brake, in this circumstance i certainly did not apply it. just park. locked up because was wet. and the issue was off putting as well and affected driving for a bit
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I use the McKee 37 I cut up a cheap pack as a carrier for the blower part and it works great.

https://www.theartofcleanliness.com/automotive/best-blowers-for-drying-a-car/



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Which MasterBlaster do you guys use?
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