More In-Line with Paul's Desires?

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InlinePaul
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Re: More In-Line with Paul's Desires?

Postby InlinePaul » Tue Apr 29, 2014 12:40 am

theholycow wrote:
InlinePaul wrote:You haven't seen my vehicles. I didn't wash the Aerostar for at least 10 years and the ranger has been washed once in the last 2 years. :lol:

:lol:

I bet the first thing to go will be the spring hangers. Cheap and easy DIY job at least. (I considered buying one of a spate of $500 Rangers on Craigslist and became very familiar with the types of failures in neglected Rangers...)


Yeah, they are still in decent shape, but look at the ones I had on the 95 F150:
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theholycow wrote:Why in the world would you even want to be as smooth as an automatic? Might as well just drive an automatic...

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Re: More In-Line with Paul's Desires?

Postby ClutchDisc » Wed Apr 30, 2014 12:05 am

InlinePaul wrote:You haven't seen my vehicles. I didn't wash the Aerostar for at least 10 years and the ranger has been washed once in the last 2 years. :lol:

Yea, and that was me washing it for you too! :mrgreen:
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