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Automotive General Topics
Jump to new posts Re: E15 coming soon? by Jarlaxle @ 07/03/15 09:12 AM

Originally Posted By: GarakOriginally Posted By: Silverado12Boats, small engines and motorcycles can't however. These items, with today's cheap fuel systems, can't survive E0 any better. My motorcycle is explicitly approved to run on E10.
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Instead of hacksaw what can I use? by Vikas @ 07/03/15 09:11 AM

http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DW9058-8-Inch-Cordless-Construction/dp/B000CNKF4G/ would this work? How come circular saw blades are marked with total number of teeth vs teeth per inch on reciprocating saw blades? Would 32TPI give the similar cut as
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Vacuum Tester to bleed brakes by cjcride @ 07/03/15 09:09 AM

Originally Posted By: Vikasthe built-in container should be enough for each wheel i.e. as long as you empty it after each wheel, you should never have to worry about overfilling it. how in the world do you keep the container vertical if you are not
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Gun shaped Cell Phone cases by mjk @ 07/03/15 09:06 AM

I'm all for choices, but in this example, WHY ???
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Instead of hacksaw what can I use? by Trav @ 07/03/15 09:05 AM

A small angle grinder with a thin cutoff wheel. Mark the line carefully then cut just outside the line like you would with a saw. Power saws on job like this can be a real PITA with the blade grabbing and bouncing the work all over the place. http
Vehicles
Jump to new posts Re: 2010 Rav 4 opinions. by supton @ 07/03/15 08:58 AM

Surface rust or scaly rust? I don't like either, but they are two different beasts. Surface rust can be kept in check.
Fuels and Fuel Additives: Gasoline and Diesel
Jump to new posts Re: Need input on TCW3 testing methods by Clevy @ 07/03/15 08:57 AM

I'm putting a quart of Tc-w3 in a 100+ litre tank. Have for a couple years now. 640-1 isn't enough to do a whole lot in my opinion. I sure didn't notice any difference. My c3 is awd with a 6.0 engine with 325hp/375tq. When I first got it 16mpg wa
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Re: Instead of hacksaw what can I use? by cashmoney @ 07/03/15 08:55 AM

You could buy a fine tooth metal cutting blade for the small circular saw. Whatever you buy tape the metal before hand and try to make the cleanest smoothest straight cut possible. A jagged poorly executed cut is going to look bad for years to come.
Automotive General Topics
Jump to new posts Re: Bilstein Twin Tube Shocks/Struts by spk2000 @ 07/03/15 08:55 AM

My Monotubes were OEM size not lowered or lifted but it was an SUV. I put Monroe Sensatrac on my Grand Marquis and they were fine for about 10,000 miles and now they have softened up and feel worn out. I don't have 10,000 miles on the Bilstein's ye
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Vacuum Tester to bleed brakes by Trav @ 07/03/15 08:54 AM

See if your car will gravity bleed, most do but a few wont without a little prompting with a little vacuum or pressure. Once it starts dripping just keep the MC full and let it run until clear then lock the bleeder and move on to the next one. If y
General and Off Topic
Jump to new posts Instead of hacksaw what can I use? by Vikas @ 07/03/15 08:53 AM

I need to cut shower door metal bottom and top channel. The instruction says to use hacksaw with 32TPI blade. I don't have one and don't want to buy one. I have no problem buying relevant blade for portable 5" circular saw, or for 6amp recipr
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: Factory Fill Magic Elixir? by Quattro Pete @ 07/03/15 08:48 AM

Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8Despite all the hoo ha NO ONE has conclusively proved that this early drain idea has any positive effects at all. It's a "feel good" mod just like a BIG oil filter... Agreed.
Humor
Jump to new posts Re: Funny business slogans by Clevy @ 07/03/15 08:46 AM

Mine is Built 2 Last construction. Slogan is "home building is not a hobby,hire a professional. We have it written on all our custom made bunny hugs and jackets
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: Factory Fill Magic Elixir? by Clevy @ 07/03/15 08:44 AM

Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8Originally Posted By: Quattro PeteOriginally Posted By: 147_GrainThe benefits of removing the metal break-in remnants from the factory fill outweigh the extra moly from the assembly lube used to help new engine parts ma
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Jump to new posts Oreilly Summer Sweeps by PReal @ 07/03/15 08:41 AM

Has anyone played this yet? Do you get any coupons like past promotions?
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Vacuum Tester to bleed brakes by Vikas @ 07/03/15 08:40 AM

the built-in container should be enough for each wheel i.e. as long as you empty it after each wheel, you should never have to worry about overfilling it. how in the world do you keep the container vertical if you are not holding everything yourself
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Originally Posted By: HerrStigLow friction rings, the envrowhackjobs and another unintended consequence. Low tension rings have been around since the 80s. There are millions of engines using them that don't burn oil so that isn't the problem. W
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 2010 Jeep Wrangler Powertrain Warranty by benjamming @ 07/03/15 08:39 AM

Stealership came down to $5500. They want $375 for diagnostics. Say that transfer case & trans went out at the same time reason for high price. Sure. I guess they thought it was just their lucky day. Think again. Picked it up yesterday to get it
Passenger Car Motor Oil (PCMO) - Gasoline Cars/Pickups/Vans/SUVs
Jump to new posts Re: 14 Mustang GT trackpack.....oil recommendations by aquariuscsm @ 07/03/15 08:38 AM

Weirdest thing is that the noise has no rhythmic pattern,and is really random. Wonder what could possibly cause an engine to make a noise like that? Does the pattern or rhythm of the noise change with engine rpm?
Mechanical /Maintenance Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Should new cars burn oil? C-R report by Clevy @ 07/03/15 08:36 AM

Originally Posted By: TFB1Originally Posted By: turtlevetteOriginally Posted By: SteveSRT8Originally Posted By: turtlevette Low tension stuff is just used in drag racing, not on passenger cars, so I dont think that's it. Once again the book smar
Firearms: Lubes, Cleaners, & Maintenance
Jump to new posts Re: Piston driven AR's by bsmithwins @ 07/03/15 08:35 AM

If you aren't repelled by cleaning a DI AR, and you don't have a suppressor, it seems a piston conversion wouldn't have much advantage compared to the disadvantage of weight and extra parts. BSW
Firearms: Lubes, Cleaners, & Maintenance
Jump to new posts Re: Piston driven AR's by billt460 @ 07/03/15 08:28 AM

Originally Posted By: hattI suspect you're downplaying the cleaning of the piston system. You're certainly overblowing the cleaning of a DI gun. I own both. I shoot both. I clean both. You don't. I'm not "downplaying" or "overblowing
Engine Oil Filters
Jump to new posts Re: Fram Ultra XG6607 cut open after 15K miles by webfors @ 07/03/15 08:26 AM

Looks good. Thank you for the C&P.
Cooling System Fluids & Additives
Jump to new posts Re: Best radiator flush? by Clevy @ 07/03/15 08:23 AM

Let me get this straight You want to do some kind of flush while driving on a trip talking you 500 miles from home. If thats the case it's easily the worst idea I've heard today. If you loosen up some scale or whatever you will be stuck on the ro
Photo Section
Jump to new posts Re: Leveling my Silverado by dave1251 @ 07/03/15 08:17 AM

Nice looking truck. I hope you enjoy it for many moons to come!
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