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Old 01-30-2006, 10:47 AM   #1
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Just sharing my small haul from the hour and 15 mins we had before they closed. Some of it is for my ride and some is available for a needy person(*). Just PM.

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The cargo net and clips are mint!

The coolant tank and in-trunk remote lock out switch are mine.

Oh, I have the other large round speaker grille too if anyone wants those. Don't know how that didn't get laid out for pic, lol.
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Old 01-30-2006, 10:54 AM   #2
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Good finds....(the overflow tank needs a scubbin' )
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Yeah, that was for sure the speediest junkyard run I've been on. I thought Pat was going to get cramps from bouncing around from car to car so fast

I also scored the MAF I needed for my L67
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Good finds....(the overflow tank needs a scubbin' )
Yup, tonite'* project. It was the cleanest one there though, not bad really. A good scrubbin', then dry overnite and replace my cracked one.
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ya that was awesome....stupid STS and there NO heated seats...LMAO....i did score some badges
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Good finds....(the overflow tank needs a scubbin' )
Yup, tonite'* project. It was the cleanest one there though, not bad really. A good scrubbin', then dry overnite and replace my cracked one.
Boosty showed me an awesome method to clean the tank while I was changing out my water pump:

Get a rag and shove it into the container, then spray about half a can of break cleaner into the bottle and keep the two ends sealed with your gloved hands (GLOVES!!!). Then SHAKE the crap out of the bottle in all sorts of different directions. Keep doing this for like 10 minutes, then remove the rag and fully flush out the brake cleaner crap with water.

Now clean the outside and you have a minty overflow tank.
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gloves are for women.
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Good finds....(the overflow tank needs a scubbin' )
Yup, tonite'* project. It was the cleanest one there though, not bad really. A good scrubbin', then dry overnite and replace my cracked one.
Boosty showed me an awesome method to clean the tank while I was changing out my water pump:

Get a rag and shove it into the container, then spray about half a can of break cleaner into the bottle and keep the two ends sealed with your gloved hands (GLOVES!!!). Then SHAKE the crap out of the bottle in all sorts of different directions. Keep doing this for like 10 minutes, then remove the rag and fully flush out the brake cleaner crap with water.

Now clean the outside and you have a minty overflow tank.
Thanks. I had seen the mention of using brake cleaner, so picked up a couple cans at Advance when the had a 2-4-1 sale. Now I have the step-by-step, lol.
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Boosty showed me an awesome method to clean the tank while I was changing out my water pump:

Get a rag and shove it into the container, then spray about half a can of break cleaner into the bottle and keep the two ends sealed with your gloved hands (GLOVES!!!). Then SHAKE the crap out of the bottle in all sorts of different directions. Keep doing this for like 10 minutes, then remove the rag and fully flush out the brake cleaner crap with water.

Now clean the outside and you have a minty overflow tank.
Thanks. I had seen the mention of using brake cleaner, so picked up a couple cans at Advance when the had a 2-4-1 sale. Now I have the step-by-step, lol.
Ya. It worked out so well, I'm going to do the same to the windshield washer tank soon as I'm allowed outside again.

All credit on that goes to Billboost bro, before I met him, I could barely change my own oil.
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Oh and you missed some of the stuff that we scored at the yard after you left
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