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    Is there a plate of steel on the passenger side for even weight distribution on our Retro Birds? Dot or anyone else heard of this, inquiring minds want to know!
    Marty
    55Birdman05
    55-75-86-05 T-Birds
    KEEPING THE LEGEND ALIVE


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    No.
    02 Nieman Marcus-SS htp-f/sil. #165 - 21 states-Dc
    02 TB-TB htp-p/blue acc.-Nancy Gioia-22 states-DC
    03 007-Coral htp-f/white acc. #468 7 states
    03 WW-WW htp-p/red 8 states
    04 VMG-VMG htp-p/white - 20 states-DC
    04 PCR-Ash htp f/ash acc. #101 - 19 states-DC
    04 Merlot- Merlot htp-sand- B. Grassnig-48 states-DC
    04 TR-TR htp-sand 7 states-DC
    04 LIB-LIB htp-p/white 15 states-DC
    05 Cashmere htp-stone #408 -3 states
    05 IG-IG htp-p/white #82 - 48&DC
    05 Dusk Rose-DR htp-cashmere seats - 48&DC

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    • #3
      Thanks Ron Appreciate your reply and knowledge of the Retros!
      Marty
      55Birdman05
      55-75-86-05 T-Birds
      KEEPING THE LEGEND ALIVE


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      • #4
        I do remember hearing someone else make this same claim

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        • #5
          Ron is correct.
          Retro weight is almost balanced front wheel weight to rear wheel weight.
          Mike

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          • #6
            Mine is driven by a man of steel.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 007Cruiser View Post
              Mine is driven by a man of steel.

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              Looking good there Gene!

              Joe
              It's not a 97 Sport, it just looks like one!

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              • #8
                Thanks, Joe. I moonlight during retirement.
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                • #9
                  It's usually the nut behind the steering wheel that causes all the uneven weight distribution!

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