I have about 2000 rounds of 9mm range ammo, shooting only 100 rounds at a time during my range visits every 4-6 weeks. It sucks but it's livable for the next one.5/two years or so if necessary. Can't enjoy the hobby if you don't actually shoot.
Won't make any difference at all.
That said, on a FWD car, having the donut on the rear would be preferred but considering it's only for short-term emergency use to get you to a tire shop, it really doesn't matter.
Where from in NY?
Not a fan of the C8 either. To me, Corvettes are supposed to be front-engined GT cars. The C8 just doesn't look like a Corvette to me. It looks like a GM-built rear-engined sports car for sure, but to me it shouldn't be called a Corvette. Besides, the angles and proportions look wrong so I don't...
PowertrainProducts advertises that they update engines that have known issues to modern specs, so any problems the 4.0 had over its life should be addressed in their rebuilds.
I've not used one of their engines but I would probably look their first myself.
I can tell you for sure that Sylvania's LL (long life) line of brake/marker bulbs are garbage.
As for headlights, it's a crapshoot. Regardless of brand, I wouldn't buy a standard headlight bulb that wasn't made in a first-world country.
I settled on Sil-Glyde after trying a few other products. It works well and doesn't get sticky as it dries, causing issues it's supposed to prevent (looking at you, Permatex).
FYI: Sil-Glyde is Sil-Glyde. Depending on where you buy it it's sometimes marketed as an all-purpose rubber-safe...