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Old 05-16-2008, 10:05 PM   #1
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I recall a couple of our members got these last year and I was wondering now that its been a while, how well its working for you.

Lancaster supply has it for 260 and I was thinking of getting it.
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I have it. It seems to work fine. I haven't used it a whole lot, but it covers pretty much any vehicle that you would need to read codes from. My uncle borrowed it for the weekend for a '90 Olds 98.
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I have it. It seems to work fine. I haven't used it a whole lot, but it covers pretty much any vehicle that you would need to read codes from. My uncle borrowed it for the weekend for a '90 Olds 98.
Thats exactly why I think I'll get it over the aeroforce. I realized the Areroforce was strickly a one manufacturer only deal. (ie: if you have GM and want Ford, you'll be buying another)

Yes the Aeroforce is wicked kewl and one day I'll get one too but I think the AX6000 would be way more useful in the long run.
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Tim:
Do you have a link to Lancaster?
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