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Old 04-18-2007, 09:22 AM
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Dude!! Stay away from construction sites....
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A good amount maybe...let'* remember though. It would be stuck in the filter if it were large enough particles.
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With all those magnets, and seeing the Haro'* videos demonstrating their strength................what happens when you stop over a sewer grate? Notice any additional weight issues?????

Having those magnets there would say to me that you would have to drop the pan more often to clear the debris wouldn't you????
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I disagree. I pulled it down one time, installed a new filter, and topped of with 5 quarts of fluid. I didn't notice any difference.

Being there are 170,000 miles and STILL having a functioning transmission is quite a feat in it of itself, IMO.
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I disagree. I pulled it down one time, installed a new filter, and topped of with 5 quarts of fluid. I didn't notice any difference.

Being there are 170,000 miles and STILL having a functioning transmission is quite a feat in it of itself, IMO.
I don't see the 170 as such a feat. Travis is a feat..lol
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