How to Check if Shocks/Struts Need Replacement

Shocks and struts are important but often overlooked parts that help our vehicles keep a grip on the road. Their primary job is to make sure the tires are in control and in contact with the road surface. Over time, shock and struts absorbers can be damaged by large potholes, corrosion from road salt, or by simple wearing. The result? Problems with steering, handling, and braking! This is the time when you need to replace these components. Need used C2, C3 Corvette suspension parts? Get them The Spindle People today! Here is how to check if your shocks/struts have gone...

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Get New Rotors For Your Corvette If It’s Giving Out These Signs

We all change our Corvette’s brake pads at regular intervals as replacing them is not that difficult. But what is not simple to repair, in comparison to brake pads, are brake rotors. Replacing them can prove to be a bit of a chore. Each wheel of your Corvette has its rotor and should ideally be replaced from 15,000 to 50,000 miles. But are there any particular signs that indicate toward urgent rotor replacement? Yes, there are and in this blog, we’re going to discuss just that. Without much further ado, let’s find out what those signs are! Corvette Shakes When...

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Changes and Development In Corvette Emblems By Years

The Chevrolet Corvette has been a car of the class, and Corvette emblems by year have been its identification ever since its launch in 1953. The car has also seen many dramatic changes over the years, with better performance and appealing aesthetics to excellent control. And this isn’t surprising that it then became synonymous with racing in the true sense. Its emblems have also gone through several changes, starting with the first-generation model to the 8th generation.  Let’s look at the different faces of the Corvette emblems by year: Very First It had a white circle with two crossed flags...

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How to Find the Exact Part for Your Vintage Chevrolet Corvette

One of the major problems that drivers face when shopping for vintage car parts, be it Chevrolet Corvette or any other car, is how to make sure they are getting the right part. The last thing you want is spending money on a part that doesn’t fit your car — simply because it’s not designed for that particular model. So, before you place an order or call a store for discontinued Corvette parts, here are a few things you need to do: Know the year of the car - A lot of times, stores dealing in vintage Corvette parts get a call from...

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Signs Your Car’s Master Brake Cylinder Needs Attention

The master cylinder, also called master brake cylinder, plays a pivotal role in sports cars such as C2-C3 Corvette’s breaking mechanism. What it does is that by running brake fluid into the brake circuit, it changes the pressure put on the brake pedal into hydraulic pressure. It regulates this pressure as per the mechanical force applied. It operates by using a metal rod which is pushed through a cylinder to move fluid via the braking system to the wheels. This metal rod’s one end is connected with the pedal and is prompted when the pedal is pressed down. A defective...

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