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Tires & Wheels
Jump to new posts Re: Put on new bearing ** Made Mistake ** by simple_gifts @ 01/20/15 05:00 PM

Call us when you get to your destination, so we know you're safe. Thanks.
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Spring weather in January. by HTSS_TR @ 01/20/15 04:59 PM

It is a little cool today in So Cal, the outdoor thermostat barely touches 60F today at 2:00 PM. But staring Thursday temperature will pass 75F and up to 79-80F on both Saturday and Sunday, this is Spring weather. But we still don't have enough rain
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by BISCUT @ 01/20/15 04:57 PM

Originally Posted By: HerrStigOriginally Posted By: TravEuropeans have a different viewpoint about guns. I can understand him given where he was raised and where he lived in the early days. The man is a great actor and has every right to his persona
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by Thermo1223 @ 01/20/15 04:57 PM

Nothing wrong with what he said, it's true we do have too many darn guns but....it is embedded in our culture and country motto. So good luck breaking us of it. He can voice his opinion just as much as any other newscaster pretending to care about &
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by HerrStig @ 01/20/15 04:56 PM

Originally Posted By: ryansride2017I will watch the upcoming Spongebob movie before I would watch any of his movies. To basically say, I don't like guns but I will use them to make millions, is hypocrisy at its best. Liam Neeson +1 I'll bet h
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by simple_gifts @ 01/20/15 04:55 PM

Certainly nothing to which I would devote a lot of emotional energy.
Vehicles
Jump to new posts Re: Honda getting rid of... by dishdude @ 01/20/15 04:53 PM

I like the HR-V styling also, and I like this segment of tiny SUV. The Encore and Soul have done well in it, and I think the HR-V will too. With the rear seats down they can haul quite a bit, and you don't feel like you're riding around in a little
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by HerrStig @ 01/20/15 04:52 PM

Originally Posted By: DrizDitto (and i hate that fat pig Rush)but old Liam's stock just crashed in my book too. I wonder if all of his exquisite experience in this area was a product of his roles in films? I seem to remember another old fraud nam
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by HerrStig @ 01/20/15 04:52 PM

Originally Posted By: TravEuropeans have a different viewpoint about guns. I can understand him given where he was raised and where he lived in the early days. The man is a great actor and has every right to his personal views, i don't like him any
Foods/Cooking/Beverages
Jump to new posts Re: Jack Daniels by 01rangerxl @ 01/20/15 04:51 PM

I think Jack Daniels is okay, but overpriced because of its brand recognition. For a lot of people, that's probably the only American whiskey brand they know off the top of their head. The only time I buy Jack Daniels is when a package store has on
Motorcycles and Motorcycle Lubrication
Jump to new posts Re: Who else rides in winter when able? by Sonic @ 01/20/15 04:47 PM

Originally Posted By: InspecktorUsed to ride until snow arrived, but once that happens salt stays on roads until first good rains of spring. Even if weather warms up, there is so much salt dust on roads I won't pull out the bike. Exactly this.
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by CrawfishTails @ 01/20/15 04:44 PM

Neeson correctly understands the difference between fantasy-usage in movies and real life. Good for him.
Vehicles
Jump to new posts Re: Honda Fit CVT by philipp10 @ 01/20/15 04:43 PM

Originally Posted By: Jeffs2006EvoIXOriginally Posted By: andrewgOriginally Posted By: Jeffs2006EvoIXOriginally Posted By: philipp10DCTs as efficient as CVTs? Not true. CVTs (and Hybirds) are more efficient because they keep the engine at the op
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: CASTROL MAGNATEC by CrawfishTails @ 01/20/15 04:42 PM

Originally Posted By: Skid....the current version contains no PAO and either no or only a trace amount of ester, while the former version of Syntec contains 70% PAO and 7% ester. The performance probably suffered, with less ester, less PAO. Still g
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Jump to new posts Re: Correct engine break in by JerryBob @ 01/20/15 04:41 PM

I had always heard that one way to break in an engine, in addition to taking it easy, was to maximize the number of heat-up and cool-offs of the engine. The thinking was that the repeated expansion and contraction of the metals helped the break-in p
Vehicles
Jump to new posts Re: Honda Fit CVT by philipp10 @ 01/20/15 04:38 PM

what model Honda's with CVT's failed? Just like to know for future reference.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pretty good price - PF63 Durapack (12 filters) by CapitalTruck @ 01/20/15 04:33 PM

Additional- If anybody wants to buy the 12 that I purchased let me know. I'll sell for $55.00 free shipping. I decided to go back to the PF48. All 12 are in perfect shape.
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: Highway vs. City Driving OCIs by HKPolice @ 01/20/15 04:32 PM

Originally Posted By: HTSS_TROriginally Posted By: HKPolice Honda: Civic R18 engine block cracking from 06-09, extended warranties for all vehicles. V6 engine excessive oil consumption in 08-13 models, class action lawsuit resulting in extended warr
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by Trav @ 01/20/15 04:29 PM

Europeans have a different viewpoint about guns. I can understand him given where he was raised and where he lived in the early days. The man is a great actor and has every right to his personal views, i don't like him any less as an actor for them.
Computers
Jump to new posts Re: Laptop fan bearing noise by Drew99GT @ 01/20/15 04:25 PM

Thanks. I should try open heart surgery after taking this thing apart!
Tires & Wheels
Jump to new posts Re: Put on new bearing ** Made Mistake ** by David1 @ 01/20/15 04:24 PM

Originally Posted By: Questbearings are known to heat up a bit when under load and also in-service. bearing grease suppose to liquify and lubricate the contact surface between the rollers/balls and the bearing race, generating(accumulating) heat as
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Jump to new posts Re: Liam Neeson can stick it by Driz @ 01/20/15 04:23 PM

Ditto (and i hate that fat pig Rush)but old Liam's stock just crashed in my book too. I wonder if all of his exquisite experience in this area was a product of his roles in films? I seem to remember another old fraud named Ron Reagan who's kept g
Tool Time
Originally Posted By: DonaldOne review said "flimsy" and thats probably it. Maybe 25 lbs per drawer max load. I'm not sure I would approach that level of tools per drawer. Maybe over time, but not right now or in the next few years. I
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Jump to new posts Re: '96 Tahoe 4wd bump stops ? by ironman_gq @ 01/20/15 04:21 PM

LMC Truck page 99 of their catalog for the Tahoe, you'll find a part number $30 each. 31-1800 is their part number
Tires & Wheels
Jump to new posts Re: Put on new bearing ** Made Mistake ** by Quest @ 01/20/15 04:21 PM

bearings are known to heat up a bit when under load and also in-service. bearing grease suppose to liquify and lubricate the contact surface between the rollers/balls and the bearing race, generating(accumulating) heat as it goes along. So long as
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