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Old 11-27-2018, 08:35 PM
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I've got the EMS hinges as well. After this weekend I'll be able to give you update on how well I like them on the car. I can say that the upon close inspection, they appear to be very well made, are smooth as butter and have zero slop.
I ended up buying the ring brothers hinges, door handles and door kit, interior handles , rear window cranks and clutch resiviour
And the EMS tail lights and fender braces

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Love my Ringbrothers hood hinges
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Old 12-02-2018, 10:26 PM
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I ended up buying the ring brothers hinges, door handles and door kit, interior handles , rear window cranks and clutch resiviour
And the EMS tail lights and fender braces

Sounds like a good combo...I don't think you could go wrong either way on the hood hinges. I'd be curious to hear what you think of the RB outer door handles, I've been looking at those myself! Good luck and keep the updates coming
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For anyone that might want some follow up info on the EMS hood hinges...got mine installed on my 68 Camaro and I love them. Zero fitment issues. Very smooth and NO side to side hood movement whatsoever. I'm running a steel 2"cowl hood and the struts are quite strong. No issues with how far the hood opens either. So far, I'm extremely pleased!
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I have a set of Ring Brother's hood hinges for a 1st gen Camaro that I never used. If anyone is interested, PM me.
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After a close look on both while displayed at Sema, went with all from ring bros (68 camaro)
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