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Good morning, and happy New Year!

If it were me, and it has been many times, I would just replace the Orings with the correct ones and save your money on a new cooler unless the old one is just that corroded. And no, the motor mount does not have to be touched.

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Ha! Go back in the thread at look at the picture! Start here:

Hope she has the kittens soon. Ima gonna go broke feeding her

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She's not spayed!??!?! :eek:
 

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Just my unsolicited 2 cents, you can take it apart now, or in 2 months when it leaks. So, is it easier on the bench, or under the truck? ( Not being a smart a**, it's your personal preference).

All that silicone floating around in the coolant and the oil, it's probably stopped up deluxe.

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Damnit, I hate it when you are so right! At least it lasted six months! :p
 
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Still need your ends......
But you will have much better results when done.
Remember what we said, money spent now, will save you money later.

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Good news is, cleaning it didn't cost me anything but time . . . which I have a lot of. Now I can put in new,OEM-Ford stuff.
 

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She's not spayed!??!?! :eek:
No, feral cat came truckin in decided we needed another cat.
Ironic thing, she has a notched ear like someone trapped spay and released her

Trying to get her inside again. Finally learning to play


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Agree about the TNR ear. Are you SURE she's pregnant?
 

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Teaching her carrier today, I have a friend that's a vet
As soon as she is comfortable in the soft carrier she's going for a visit.
I'm pretty sure my wife says maybe not

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get a couple beers into onyx then ask him if they "got together"
he will tell the truth with a few beers in him.
 

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Teaching her carrier today, I have a friend that's a vet
As soon as she is comfortable in the soft carrier she's going for a visit.
I'm pretty sure my wife says maybe not

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Clip her belly and see if she has a spay scar.

Can you get gabapentin? 100mg capsule, mix in wet food, about an hour before you mess with her.

Ask your vet to get you one.
 
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Good grief! Yeah, if it doesn't hurt the pocketbook, a new one would be in order.
Pretty much, if it was in the engine, I bought new . . . But this didn't require engine take-down . .

HOWEVER - If I had done my homework about all you have to do to remove it (draining fluids, etc.), I would have put a new one in.
 
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get a couple beers into onyx then ask him if they "got together"
he will tell the truth with a few beers in him.
Not true. He still denys putting the other cat under the hood of your 2014 and watching you try to start it. Has pictures of your buddy with the shredded arms, and your shredded wiring harness

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So, I drained my radiator and got 5 gals. Really??? 10 gal in the engine block? Sheesh!

Powerwashed the engine, and will be draining the oil and draining the coolant from the block. Yay, me.
 

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And had a cracked molar confirmed. Extracted yesterday.

I will wait a day or two to begin work again.
 

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I bet that was enjoyable

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Ouch. You have some funky luck.


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Yea. . . At least this time, I didn't wait until I had a raging infection.

High pain tolerance is not always a good thing.
 

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high pain tolerance sucks.


makes you hobble around for 6 month on a broken ankle because "it is just a sprain"
3 weeks with a dislocated shoulder because "you slept on it wrong"
2 years with a bleeding ulcer because "it is just heartburn"
which can all also be described as "being stupid". :ROFLMAO:

















shut up charlie...
 
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high pain tolerance sucks.


makes you hobble around for 6 month on a broken ankle because "it is just a sprain"
3 weeks with a dislocated shoulder because "you slept on it wrong"
2 years with a bleeding ulcer because "it is just heartburn"
which can all also be described as "being stupid". :ROFLMAO:
shut up charlie...
Good thing you have me to doctor you back up
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high pain tolerance sucks.

makes you hobble around for 6 month on a broken ankle because "it is just a sprain"
3 weeks with a dislocated shoulder because "you slept on it wrong"
2 years with a bleeding ulcer because "it is just heartburn"
which can all also be described as "being stupid". :ROFLMAO:

shut up charlie...
Exactly!
 
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