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07-11-2006 12:44 PM
wiki pages: "How to rebuild an engine", "Window removal/installation"

I've just added two new wiki pages:

How to rebuild an engine
Window removal and installation

Thanks Rob Keller for the recommendation.

Wiki pages are articles that anyone, including you, can easily edit. In this case, we're using wiki pages to create hotrodding tutorials. You can also check out How to title a hot rod, another wiki page that we've recently started. BTW, thanks cboy for contributions to the excellent section on Wisconsin hot rod registration.

To help edit the tutorials on engine rebuilding or window removal/installation, just use the links above. Be sure to read 9 things you need to know about wikis.

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