You don't even what to know what that is worth today. We just bought a lot in Blue River to build on. The townhome we are in now just is not big enough. Can't afford to stay in Frisco. .25 acres = $200,000.00 here.overhanger said:Hey Corbet, drive by 102 Pitkin and take a look at the cabin I lived in from 1/74 to 10/84. That's when I had my first two Cruisers and the rent was $75 a month and the only paved street in Frisco was Main St. Things have changed, haven't they? I could have bought the cabin and the house just in front and east of it for $45K and didn't. Stupid me, eh?
Sorry for the hijack but just noticed where Corbet lives.
WTF does HP have to do with braking???djawahir said:I would think that the drilled rotors would be more prone to warping under stress and heat. But I guess the 2F wouldn't generate near the amount of stress and heat to warp any rotors...now if I had a 60 with a 500HP V-8...
Because they are cheezy rotors cast in China, and warp after a long trip around the block! The quality that goes into the DBA rotors is pretty much un-matched, whether they are slotted or not, they will still last much longer.Mace said:Actually, I cannot see ANY reason to go slotted. Espically when new FJ60 rotors are like $20 a piece from Autozone..
I guess we could look at a 500HP V8 being heavier and therefore more mass to stop. That means more heat on the rotors.Mace said:WTF does HP have to do with braking???
Mace said:LP, I thought that all Cruisers had Vented rotors.. I am pretty sure that a 76 was vented..