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Old 09-16-2018, 01:02 AM   #301
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Re: What did you do to your Suburban Today?

Got the 80# oil gauge in today with renewed face.
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Old 09-16-2018, 04:48 PM   #302
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Got the 80# oil gauge in today with renewed face.

Is that a decal? I have an 80# gauge and a vacuum gauge in a tach dash that could stand being freshened up.

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Old 09-16-2018, 08:37 PM   #303
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[QUOTE=Killer Bee;8345273]free flip for handsome and his nice burb

I like the patina and the slant front!

Thanks Killer Bee! Yeah, the award was best Patina. Perhaps i should rethink my plans for a repaint.
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Old 09-17-2018, 12:10 AM   #304
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Is that a decal? I have an 80# gauge and a vacuum gauge in a tach dash that could stand being freshened up.

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Yes, it's a decal. It's printed on special stretchy vinyl that will form around the curve without a wrinkle.
Is this what your vacuum gauge looks like?

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Old 09-17-2018, 09:12 PM   #305
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Yes, it's a decal. It's printed on special stretchy vinyl that will form around the curve without a wrinkle.
Is this what your vacuum gauge looks like?

I will send you a PM.

Yes, that is what my vacuum gauge looks like. On my oil pressure gauge most of the 4 & 0 is missing and part of the 8 and all of the 0 is missing on the right side.

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Old 09-17-2018, 11:15 PM   #306
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Yes, that is what my vacuum gauge looks like. On my oil pressure gauge most of the 4 & 0 is missing and part of the 8 and all of the 0 is missing on the right side.

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Your oil pressure gauge had numbers on it? Mine only had L and H on it. As in post #295.
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Old 10-12-2018, 05:29 PM   #307
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Some great news and some what the hell news - First the good news. I found a company well over a year ago that still had the original type vinyl and cloth material in Saddle for my 3 bench seats - - they finally finished them and shipped them to me... Seriously, these are some of the highest quality covers I have ever seen. The stitching and padding and workmanship is far and above what I was expecting! Truly over the top quality!

The what the hell news - for well over a year and a dozen pictures of the single scroll a 1969 seat has - they made and shipped covers for a 1972!!!
1969 has one scroll in the middle and the 1972 has the two smaller scrolls connected at the top! Wow!

The covers are so nice, I went ahead and had them installed onto the benches, because I wanted to enjoy having the covers on. Soooo - in about another 6 months I should get the new seat of covers for a 1969 Suburban. And when I do get the new / correct covers for my '69 I will be selling these covers for a '72.
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Old 10-12-2018, 05:52 PM   #308
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Some great news and some what the hell news - First the good news. I found a company well over a year ago that still had the original type vinyl and cloth material in Saddle for my 3 bench seats - - they finally finished them and shipped them to me... Seriously, these are some of the highest quality covers I have ever seen. The stitching and padding and workmanship is far and above what I was expecting! Truly over the top quality!

The what the hell news - for well over a year and a dozen pictures of the single scroll a 1969 seat has - they made and shipped covers for a 1972!!!
1969 has one scroll in the middle and the 1972 has the two smaller scrolls connected at the top! Wow!

The covers are so nice, I went ahead and had them installed onto the benches, because I wanted to enjoy having the covers on. Soooo - in about another 6 months I should get the new seat of covers for a 1969 Suburban. And when I do get the new / correct covers for my '69 I will be selling these covers for a '72.

Nice lookin' covers!

When you get the new ones and get them installed Post these up on the Blazer and Suburban parts for sale forum. I would think they would sell pretty quickly.....

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Old 10-12-2018, 08:33 PM   #309
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Should have made that clear - wasn't going to peddle anything here. I'll put them on the parts page when the time comes.
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Old 10-13-2018, 05:17 PM   #310
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