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Randall, I have only had to R&R with it once when changing diff fluids....but ISTR just scraping it lightly with a blade to remove the old product.
How many know that Guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (of Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers fame) is a highly-cleared pentagon consultant on Missile
As young as your kids are, using car seats you'll need to make sure whatever is chosen has the fittings to allow the seats to be fastened to the back
We really do try to be helpful, so let's hear those questions! LOL
Some replacement windshields are thinner, and some glazing is thicker.
A little searching gives: " An impact wrench works by hammering the shaft as it spins. A torque stick is basically a piece of spring steel. When
Where is the brake light switch located on a 1974 MG Midget?
I have gradually become aware ( as have many,many others on the forum,[evident by the # of search hits on this topic], going back thru the years), that if you look at the float bowls funny......they...
I am seeing light at the end of the tunnel in my total restoration of a '65 TR4A. All the body/paint work is complete and the engine has been totally rebuilt. My next task is installing a new...