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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    What gets rekt on those seats is the bolsters from dragging your booty across them during ingress/egress. I had a 200k mile sedan with Alcantara in great condition because the owners were all careful not to drag on the bolsters.
    I think sedans are easier to get in/out of. You can get the sedan doors open farther than those long ass coupe doors in the same amount of space
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    I think sedans are easier to get in/out of. You can get the sedan doors open farther than those long ass coupe doors in the same amount of space
    100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephenkirsh View Post
    You guys ever change these green Riggs on the oil filter? New in photo.

    I just changed them on my wifeís ZSP. 100k. They still looked decent.

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    Bruce told me about changing them a few years back. Iíd say itís not needed every time (as some ppl have never done them...) but perhaps every few changes.

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    I'm seeing if any of y'all have opinions before I go ahead and purchase a new head unit. These are the three Eonons I'm looking at
    1. GA9350~$300 and has the newest Android 9.0 pie with 2GB RAM.
    2. GA9250B~$250 with the Android 8.1 Oreo and 2GB Ram.
    3. GA9150B~$200 with the oldest of the three, Android 8.0 Oreo with 4GB RAM.
    My main dilemma is that the older (and cheaper unit) has more RAM. I know technology ages really fast too so just not sure if I should get the newer one with less RAM or save some money and get the older unit that has double the RAM... any opinions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomnobes View Post
    I'm seeing if any of y'all have opinions before I go ahead and purchase a new head unit. These are the three Eonons I'm looking at
    1. GA9350~$300 and has the newest Android 9.0 pie with 2GB RAM.
    2. GA9250B~$250 with the Android 8.1 Oreo and 2GB Ram.
    3. GA9150B~$200 with the oldest of the three, Android 8.0 Oreo with 4GB RAM.
    My main dilemma is that the older (and cheaper unit) has more RAM. I know technology ages really fast too so just not sure if I should get the newer one with less RAM or save some money and get the older unit that has double the RAM... any opinions would be appreciated. Thanks!
    I'd say go for the newest one possible, 9.0 should be a direct upgrade as well as bt 5.0. I dont really see why you need a lot of ram, you wont really open more than 2 or 3 programs at once anyway.

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    Definitely double the RAM. Oreo isn't that old anyway; most Android apps still support even Android 6.

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  7. #6647
    Iím planning to replace the front brakes on my zhp this weekend and Iím planning to use the 50s kid video as reference. I once helped a friend replace pads on his zhp few years ago but is there anything I should know before I jump in? Appreciate any tips!


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    I miss the 50skid videos, he just disappeared

    When I did rotors and pads on mine, I found them no different than most of the cars on the planet! Hopefully a no surprises job for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by san View Post
    I’m planning to replace the front brakes on my zhp this weekend and I’m planning to use the 50s kid video as reference. I once helped a friend replace pads on his zhp few years ago but is there anything I should know before I jump in? Appreciate any tips!


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    It's pretty straightforward. Might have some trouble pushing the piston back into the bore, but there's some tricks about for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    It's pretty straightforward. Might have some trouble pushing the piston back into the bore, but there's some tricks about for that.
    I was going to rent the brake caliper tool from auto zone. Anything else I might need?


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