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Speaking of GoJo bottles, how about a cool tool?

Years ago I found out a GoJo jug would fit the top of a carb, so it was begging to be a tool as well. If you take a TH350 trans pan, drill out the side bolt holes to hold the porcelain of a spark plug and mount this pan to the bottom of a GoJo jug, it makes a great tool holder/spark plug sorter/etc you can mount on top of a 4bbl carb. Cut holes in the jug and you can even have the engine running while this sits on the carb. I used mine for years at the dealer. Sort out your tuneup parts and tools at the bench and set them on this tray, toss it on the carb and go to work without ever leaving the comfort of your fender.

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Try posting this here, this has been a good thread so far.

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