|Today 10:35 AM|
|harposrepair||I can't think of anything to stump you guys with right now so if someone else has something go for it.|
|Today 10:06 AM|
|Today 09:52 AM|
I've heard that some people would hang rubber strips or wires from under their vehicle for 2 reasons.
1) To through off the signal from police radar.
2) To release the static charge built up in the vehicle
that can make you sleepy when driving.
Don't know if it work or not. Never tried it.
|Today 08:30 AM|
|ntfday||He couldn't find any coon tails.|
|Today 08:13 AM|
Ok, way to simple for you guys but my son just showed me a photo on his phone asking what the heck this thing was he saw on a car on the way home from school.
But I don't want just what it is, why in the heck would anyone use them is the question. I just can't see a need. It would be akin to putting screens on the windows of the cars because of that one time 12 years ago a fly came into the car and went in my mouth while I was talking.
|09-20-2014 04:25 PM|
I didn't drive the cars ,we used these Pancake engines in sand rails and Mud buggies ,the had much more power and better cooling.
|09-20-2014 02:12 PM|
re vw engines
|09-20-2014 09:34 AM|
Looks like you won the brownie button! Do you need a chest to pin it on? LOL
|09-20-2014 09:10 AM|
|09-20-2014 08:59 AM|
A VW Square back (Type III) made into a pickup?
|09-20-2014 08:51 AM|
Can anyone tell what this is?
|09-20-2014 07:40 AM|
Although it might looks like something shankers and lip sores, it is in fact a Blackhawk "Adjusto" Drain Plug wrench. It looks like harposrepair was right on target.
|09-19-2014 08:05 PM|
it looks like a tool that was used to remove tranny or differential fill plugstom
|09-19-2014 12:04 PM|
|09-19-2014 06:35 AM|
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