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    Re: Oh no!

    That's the Michelin man.

    AngliaGT Today, 12:13 AM Go to last post

    Re: ancient history - *really* ancient

    Dang! I didn't get what you were saying.
    Turns out I was watching the washing machine.

    AngliaGT Today, 12:12 AM Go to last post

    Re: not surprised at alll

    I hate it that you almost can't find a new car WITHOUT a big honking screen
    in the middle of the dash.I'd pay extra to buy one without it.

    AngliaGT Today, 12:10 AM Go to last post

    Re: not surprised at alll

    It is a bit funny of how many "features" new cars have that are now perceived as necessary across all makes and models: Bluetooth, remote entry,

    SaxMan Yesterday, 11:43 PM Go to last post

    Rear axle hub removal?

    I need to replace the seals in the rear hubs. What can be used to remove the hub instead of the special tool mentioned in the manual?

    karls59tr Yesterday, 11:39 PM Go to last post
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    #14 thermostat housing replacement

    I was surprised to see that the cast metal of the thermostat housing is such poor quality. Upon close inspection I noticed chunks of the inner side walls were eroded away ( in both the housing &...

    GTP1960 07-19-2016 06:44 AM

    #52. Braided Stainless steel brake hoses installation.

    The old rubber hoses appeared in good shape.
    But I got a good price on the 3 stainless steel hoses from TRF, and the upgrade is suppose to enhance brake performance.
    (since I've done quite a bit to...

    GTP1960 07-17-2016 10:18 PM

    Ranger Quickjack BL3500 review

    I Purchased this bendpak Ranger quickjack BL3500 about a month ago for $825.00 new.

    Bendpak shipped me an old open box unit, that had clearly been used & used hard.

    The hand controller was...

    GTP1960 07-10-2016 03:05 PM

    #51. Upgrading seats

    While the old seats looked fine.
    (The top cover upholstery is excellent). I noticed more and more bits of rust, old padding and horsehair, in the carpeting.
    i removed the newer coverings &...

    GTP1960 07-09-2016 09:31 PM

    timmers 67 Austin Healy enging work

    I have to replace push rods on my 67 Austin healy sprite , I believe I will need to pull the head, to do it. I will be replacing lifters as well. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. thanks

    timmer2002 07-08-2016 09:38 PM
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