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Old 10-22-2012, 08:02 PM
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Blinker Fluid - Funny non existant stuff

How about naming some of your favorite fictional funkiness of non existant automotive terminology, like blinker fluid, or muffler bearings.

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and make sure you practice good bolt maintenance.
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Old 10-22-2012, 09:23 PM
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Dual Nickel-plated high compression dipsticks

15lb Lever-vent radiator cap for a 1973 Volkswagen bug. (try asking the Wal-Mart "automotive dept." for one of those.)

Left-handed titanium metric crecent wrenches


"710 Cap" ... (It's a blonde joke, LOL)

"Board Stretcher" ... (I cut it twice and it's still too short!)







Perhaps this nice lady was sent out to measure her muffler bearings?
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Old 10-22-2012, 09:25 PM
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Perhaps this nice lady was sent out to measure her muffler bearings?
Looks like a case of over-inflation.
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I think the Kikkly pin may have worked loose on the Foo-Foo spring, causing the battery to stop batting. That can only be fixed from underneath the curmiddle and it is really serious because otherwise the framistat could fail letting all the zortle grease leak out. So she is fixing exactly the right thing.
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My lights would not dip so i drove the sucker into a creek and could not get it in reverse so i opened the door to "let the clutch out" That didnt work so i threw me mate "Jack" under the car to help out. "
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How about naming some of your favorite fictional funkiness of non existant automotive terminology, like blinker fluid, or muffler bearings.

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Kaleco Blinker Fluid

Kaleco Muffler Bearings


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well.. I think they are in here
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In the mid 70's I hired a green kid as a "gopher". We sent him to the local speed shop for checkered paint in a spray bomb and not to let the guys there to try and sell him any bigger sizes. Phoned my buddy at the speed shop and told him the story and told him to play along and that he only had it in gallon cans.

The poor kid got mad at the speed shop owner and told him that he expected him to be an ***hole because his boss (me) told him this would happen and he demanded the spray bomb.

How about "sky hooks" for pulling engines outside?

Told my sister-in law many years ago that cream hardner for body filler would help clear up her acne because it contained peroxide. She was willing to try it but I would't let her.

Cam shafts made of a special rubber so that when the engine revs up the cam starts stretching and expanding to give you more lift. Brother in law looked for weeks to buy one.

There's got to be a lot more I've tried to pull off, I'll keep on thinking.
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How about "sky hooks" for pulling engines outside?
Kaleco Skyhooks




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"710 Cap" ... (It's a blonde joke, LOL)

Kaleco 710 caps





Looks to me like Kale @ Kaleco has a pretty good stock of parts and tools you guys are mentioning
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Looks to me like Kale @ Kaleco has a pretty good stock of parts and tools you guys are mentioning [/quote]

They sure do!
Need some of this?
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Thanks "Old Fool" for the Kaleco site, it's a hoot. They also stock "wiper blade sharpeners" and "pilot wrenches" to tighten up the nut behind the wheel. I wonder how many people actually order these parts.
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