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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-28-2003 11:36 AM
lookatme With all this FREE crap how CAN I go wrong?

[ January 28, 2003: Message edited by: lookatme ]</p>
01-28-2003 10:29 AM
neil madsen Now you can have all of this amazing produt with a value of 199.99 for ONLY 13.99.But if you call in the next 15 min you will recieve this gift for FREE....bla bla bla bla
01-28-2003 08:45 AM
meanmachine666 oh and do not forget the second set of brake true for you friend to try .
Yes not one set but two sets of brake true and a set of ginsuu knives plus if you order using your credit card in the next thirty will recieve FREE two cans of of our famous Engine Compression all for the amazing low price of 19.95 plus S&H.
01-28-2003 08:38 AM
lookatme Yeah and a set of ginsuu knives
01-28-2003 04:33 AM
5.0Towncar LOL, what is it bottles of carbonated water? Steve
01-28-2003 04:32 AM
KULTULZ If you order using your credit card in the next thirty will recieve FREE two cans of of our famous Engine Compression...
01-28-2003 04:30 AM
5.0Towncar Also they said that it's soooo hard to remove the rotors, by the way it shows a man in his late 50's using a 3 foot pry bar trying to get the rotor off. the caliper was probably still bolted on. Steve

[ January 28, 2003: Message edited by: 5.0Towncar ]</p>
01-28-2003 04:26 AM
5.0Towncar Sounds like another Slick 50 commercial. Lets just spray water all over the inside of out engine!!! Steve

[ January 28, 2003: Message edited by: 5.0Towncar ]</p>
01-28-2003 04:20 AM
tm454 I'm not sure I understand how it would work. The pad/brake true will follow the conture of the rotor, maybe shine the rotor? Only cost about $10 to have a rotor turned when you buy the pads from a parts store that turns rotors.

01-28-2003 04:13 AM
5.0Towncar What? One moron? Steve
01-27-2003 06:31 PM
4 Jaw Chuck born every minute... :p
01-27-2003 04:57 PM
Brake True?

I just saw a commercial for a product called "Brake True". It looks like a piece of rough grit sandpaper that is in the shape of a brake pad. What you do is, when you change your brakes you slip this product in between your disc rotor and your brake pad and it will "machine" your rotors for you when you apply the brake. But the commercial doesn't say if you are supposed to remove the "Brake True" after use, or even drive the car. I think this is a crap product to waste $19.95 on.Any ideas? Steve

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