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Old 07-31-2012, 02:24 PM
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new video up! teardowns of newer cars n bolt bagging

this video was made as sort of a joke so don't expect much but a laugh


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OK, I watched about two minutes of the video.
If you are going to bother to make a video like this, turn the radio off!

Having said that, bolt bagging, and notes, and even digital camera pictures are a very good idea. I had to replace the head gaskets on my Ford Aerostar, 4.0 L engine. I had 39 steps of careful notes, before I got down to a recognizable engine block, and heads.
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If I didn't tag the bags of bolts and take all the photos I did on my cars I would have had a hell of a time putting them together. The last being the convertible top irons on my Gran Sport, holy cow those things are complex. I took a ton of photos and without them I would have been up the creek without a paddle.

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OK, I watched about two minutes of the video.
If you are going to bother to make a video like this, turn the radio off!

Having said that, bolt bagging, and notes, and even digital camera pictures are a very good idea. I had to replace the head gaskets on my Ford Aerostar, 4.0 L engine. I had 39 steps of careful notes, before I got down to a recognizable engine block, and heads.
It could be worse, I could be listening to reggaeton.

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If I didn't tag the bags of bolts and take all the photos I did on my cars I would have had a hell of a time putting them together. The last being the convertible top irons on my Gran Sport, holy cow those things are complex. I took a ton of photos and without them I would have been up the creek without a paddle.

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the worse is putting someone else's stuff back together and all the bolts are all dumped in a cut open radiator coolant jug. I could understand on small jobs but not on big jobs where you know it's gonna sit in the shop for a while while your memory erases the images you stored in your head. Bagging bolts save soo much time.
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