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Old 03-05-2011, 11:05 PM   #911
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I'd also be doing the insurance company a favor with my rates, haha.
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i think that would fall under unavoidable collision. but then again it was avoidable if you hadn't gone for a drive
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Drove the Lesabre to SLC to see grand daughter and also take in the auto rama car show . and to pick up a few tools , air over hyd jack so I can align 4 wheeler trailer axle that was bent when I got it and also my 5th wheel axle needs a lot more Pos camber put back in I bent it last year
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went to work finally got my trans mount in and its much better still think i need the rear trans mount came home washed the bonnie
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was in the garage from 3 pm to 3 am last night working on chris'* jeep wrangler.......Pos i hate jeeps who thought inline motor were a good idea i mean i know ford and othes did it but damn i hate jeeps
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I'm sure they have a tool that makes it easy.
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it wasnt hard its just stupid how they desighned the two manfold to bolt up...plus now the SOB wont start i think its the stovepipe lookin thing that goes from one manifold to the other its broke but i cannot find one ANYWHERE
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alot of people say thats the most reliable engine made. you do have to leave it alone and let it do its job though.
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well his intake cracked so we took it off i welded it and he broke both egr tubes he has...i threw some rubber hose on it and tightend the clamps tighter than a nuns butt and it kinked would that really keep it from running?????im at a loss and am sick and tired of this thing its a carb'd 4.2
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Is it starting and then shutting off, or just not starting at all?
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