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Penetrating Oils/Cleaners/Solvents
Jump to new posts Re: Acetone and ATF by eddy21 @ 02/20/15 05:53 PM

Originally Posted By: mjoekingz28Will this mixture last once it is mixed OR is it a use as/when needed? No mix as needed.
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: Switching an old motor to Synthetic by virginoil @ 02/20/15 05:36 PM

Originally Posted By: KzMitchSo to sum it all up: Definitely use synthetic. Definitely don't use synthetic. Get a new engine. Don't get a new engine. Use dino. Don't use dino. Things should be more clear now. Wise man say stick what you have bee
Lawn Mower and Small Engine
Jump to new posts Re: Snowblower usage question by Vikas @ 02/20/15 05:26 PM

I am hoping it is only a worn belt rather than worn pulley
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: The temperature is dropping tonight... by Jetronic @ 02/20/15 05:17 PM

Originally Posted By: dlundbladLast year when we had our cold spell, it was about -25*F. I had 10w30 PYB in the sump and my Jeep could feel it. Very slow weak crank. Might just be all in my head, but the 5w30 seems to be a bit better so far. Not su
Jump to new posts Re: Simple Math Quiz by A_Harman @ 02/20/15 04:42 PM

See the pattern? They're all products of 99 regardless of correcting for absolute values.
Product Rebates, Sales and Promotions
Jump to new posts Re: Royal Purple on clearance at WM by 147_Grain @ 02/20/15 03:24 PM

Another option is Castrol's Edge in Gold and Black bottles, which are also higher in quality and lower in price.
Product Rebates, Sales and Promotions
Jump to new posts Re: PepBoys Tires - $22 Bucks Each by CELICA_XX @ 02/20/15 03:17 PM

Originally Posted By: cashmoneySeems some folks are worried about Chinese companies cutting corners with inferior components, manufacturing shortcuts, and inadequate testing as well as cheating on reporting to regulatory agencies. I call these worri
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Niagen by surfstar @ 02/20/15 03:09 PM

Originally Posted By: LoneRangerThere has been research done. Harvard genetic scientist invented synthesis of it. It occurs naturally in beer and milk albeit only in trace amounts. Plenty of info on the net available via search engine so no need t
Engine Oil Filters
Originally Posted By: badtlcOriginally Posted By: ZeeOSix I think the majority of that "black sludge" material the magnet catches is ferrous particles way smaller than 20 microns. Probably more like in the 3~5 micron range. Like I said,
Consumer Electronics
Jump to new posts Re: New Roku 3 ...thinking about it... by Quattro Pete @ 02/20/15 02:59 PM

Thanks. On a positive note, playback from Plex on Roku 3 is much smoother than on Chromecast. When the camera is quickly panning side to side, playback on Chromecast is somewhat choppy.
Jump to new posts Re: Cars you wouldnt drive if they were FREE by hotwheels @ 02/20/15 02:56 PM

I would not drive any Saturn, especially if it's purple with a WWF panda sticker on the rear bumper. hotwheels
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: sludge under valve cover pics and solvent testing by Bladecutter @ 02/20/15 02:54 PM

Originally Posted By: circuitsmithWhat would happen if you completely filled an engine with an aggressive solvent like carb cleaner or a mix of paint thinner, lacquer thinner and alcohol (homemade paint stripper) and let it soak. I'd put some oil in
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: no hoagie at Wawa by Al @ 02/20/15 02:32 PM

Originally Posted By: leeharvey418 My personal favorite is Screpesi's on Lancaster Ave (Business 422, SW of downtown). The Italian with hot peppers in oil on a hard roll. Gold standard sub, for me. Thanks..I'll put it into my gps. If its better
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Thanks guys. Haven't got time to investigate the issue because my wife gave birth to a daughter 5 weeks early with some minor issues, and 2 days prior to the birth I got a 2014 PriusV two for a great bargain (5000 off MSRP because it is a last year m
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Molekule's advice. That is all
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Easy honey by Danno @ 02/20/15 01:59 PM

Almost like perpetual energy machines. Time will tell how this plays out.
Used Oil Analysis - Gasoline
Jump to new posts Re: Caterham Blend, 10,019 miles, 2007 Toyota Sienna by 01_celica_gt @ 02/20/15 01:44 PM

MAN that's awesome, brand name full synthetic can easily do 10 OCI as apparent by this UOA, I too would go straight 0w20 If I were you. but on this blend you can probably do 13-15k OCI easily.
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 98 V70_CV Boot Replacement by sleddriver @ 02/20/15 01:26 PM

Update: Yesterday I rebooted the drivers side. My indy quickly took care of the axle nut as I was unable to budge it at all: I bent a piece of 5' pipe and broke an extension. I found a nice pair of horseshoe-ring retaining pliers at Sears for ~ $14
Test Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Test Pics - What am I doing wrong? by Quattro Pete @ 02/20/15 01:15 PM

Nice tutorial, Pop!
Product Rebates, Sales and Promotions
Jump to new posts Re: Fram Filter Rebates by 99Saturn @ 02/20/15 01:12 PM

Originally Posted By: dlundbladA while back, a fellow member tried using a rebate for some Techron fuel system cleaner. They wouldnt honor it because it was at an already discounted price. Someone posted a Techron rebate a while back that was $2 off
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: How much should I thin spar urethane? by sleddriver @ 02/20/15 01:07 PM

Originally Posted By: JHZR2Why did you think that was going to happen? My plan is definitely to rub it out, that's part of the learning process too... But I just can't seem to lick the issue at hand... Wonder if I can coat the spar with another har
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Originally Posted By: Quattro PeteFowVay, what browser are you using? In FF, you can install Adguard Blocker add-on. Problem solved. I browse with Google Chrome with AdBlock Plus. I never see an advertisement on BITOG and my Back button works 10
Engine Oil Filters
Jump to new posts Re: Purflux L358A After 9833 miles by Darwin1138 @ 02/20/15 12:32 PM

Originally Posted By: Cardenio327NICE! Anywhere these can be purchased other than Renault, Peugeot and Nissan dealerships? No, I haven't seen them at any other parts store. I have seen them on ebay and mercadolibre but the shipping cost offsets the p
Transmission Filters
Jump to new posts Re: Magnefine Trans filter/ NAPA?? by daman @ 02/20/15 12:30 PM

Yes there is a relief by pass just like a oil filter, And yes remove a small section of the hard line and install filter and two small sections of hose with 4 clamps.
Product Rebates, Sales and Promotions
Jump to new posts Re: Philips Vision Plus +60% at Pep Boys by Hokiefyd @ 02/20/15 12:01 PM

The Philips in HB4 (9006) would be good for the low beams. You *can* sometimes use HIR2 (9012) for the low beams with a tab cut (instructions are Googleable), but the lamp's optics have to be pretty good for that to not create a bunch of glare. Thi
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