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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 11-25-2019, 02:21 PM
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no idea. never got that far into them. they seem to run forever with general maintenance, but they are way to small for me to fit in. so i don't mess with them.
Pretty much everything is too small for you to fit in......

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Pretty much everything is too small for you to fit in......
Did Mack make a sedan??

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nope. had to go with the extended cab Kenworth.
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Re: Buying a cash car

I've been collecting parts for the car to do this weekend.

Going to replace
Oil & filter
Air filter
Cabin filter
Spark plugs
PS hoses & fluid
Serpentine belt
Windshield wipers
And the washer fluid hoses. (Dry rot)
And some of that fuel system snake oil through the tank for good measure.


I'm going to have the tint re-done front and rear in the next few weeks. Rear window is bubbling. And probably the brakes before too long.

I know the battery will likely need to be replaced before the end of the season. It tested low on cca.

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