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Old 04-01-2012, 12:13 PM   #1
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**HELP**Where can i get Blinker Fluid????

I checked beside the High Temp version of the Super non friction type of Muffler bearing grease but i couldn't find it!!!The last time I found it was when I was out snipe hunting in southern Wisconsin. It was in the Midnight auto supply store right next to the High Compression Hubcap gaskets. It wasn't very expensive I know it cost less that VW radiators and it is also less than deisel spark plugs. So Can Any One HELP!!!

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Several brands on the market <cough, cough>

I personally recommend the Hello Kitty brand, more blinks per mile.




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Old 04-01-2012, 12:29 PM   #5
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Several brands on the market <cough, cough>
I personally recommend the Hello Kitty brand, more blinks per mile.
Def going with the Hello Kitty then also going to look into get me a Adjustable Powerband - $95.99 : KaleCoAuto.com,.Think might help some cause my muffler bearing is going out.
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Alright, put away the bong.
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Old 04-01-2012, 02:16 PM   #9
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DUDE! I just hurt myself laughing so hard
Man laugh all you want if you ant changed your blinker fluid your prob not getting but about 20 blinks a hour you might wanna check into it cause i dont wanna hear you cryn when ii blink past you on the side of the road....
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I picked some up from autozone today. They had a special on them. Figured it would let hurt to change it out.

Also change the filter. If you don't it voids the warranty they give with it
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puff puff pass! You be messin' up the rotation!!!
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I picked some up from autozone today. They had a special on them. Figured it would let hurt to change it out.

Also change the filter. If you don't it voids the warranty they give with it
Yeah you got to watch there picky about that ...have you checked your High Compression Hubcap gaskets? they also recommend changing them with the Unobtainium ones every 50,000 and after you upgrade they are guaranteed for life!!

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While we are at it, can someone recommend a good flux capacitor?
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While we are at it, can someone recommend a good flux capacitor?

Actually, I found 2 vendors:
Back To The Future Flux Capacitor Unlimited Edition | Movie Replicas Direct
Back To The Future Flux Capacitor Replica Unlimted Ed | Man of Action Figures
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Man I feel your pain. Jeep was not running the way it sould. A buddy helped me isolate it to a broken piston return spring. Called every auto parts store in town, the weird thing is most of them just laughed and hung up. Can any of you tell me where to get a piston return spring?
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Man I feel your pain. Jeep was not running the way it sould. A buddy helped me isolate it to a broken piston return spring. Called every auto parts store in town, the weird thing is most of them just laughed and hung up. Can any of you tell me where to get a piston return spring?
I got lucky a couple weeks ago and went to a junkyard for a blinker fluid reservoir, mine cracked from me falling on it one day eorkig under the hood, an I noticed they had a whole table of piston return springs for all kinds of vehicles. Might try that
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I just read on the Interwebs that the new trend in Off Road Parks is that drivers have a plentiful supply of squelch oil for the CB (who determines plentiful??). Also, as a navigational aide, you will most likely be required to have a box of map grid squares.
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Man I feel your pain. Jeep was not running the way it sould. A buddy helped me isolate it to a broken piston return spring. Called every auto parts store in town, the weird thing is most of them just laughed and hung up. Can any of you tell me where to get a piston return spring?
If you got any sky hooks ill trade ya enough piston return springs to redo the whole engine.

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I just read on the Interwebs that the new trend in Off Road Parks is that drivers have a plentiful supply of squelch oil for the CB (who determines plentiful??). Also, as a navigational aide, you will most likely be required to have a box of map grid squares.
Dude my squelch has been in need some a oiling so bad i need to get some asap.
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Don't forget if you are going to do your brakes to get a few gallons of rotor wash too....
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Don't forget if you are going to do your brakes to get a few gallons of rotor wash too....
Never used it is it any good?
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Never used it is it any good?
Don't waste your money....I've got the best dihydrogenoxide around.....$20 a gallon or $90the for a 5gal(including shipping)..pm me for payment details.
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Don't waste your money....I've got the best dihydrogenoxide around.....$20 a gallon or $90the for a 5gal(including shipping)..pm me for payment details.
Awesome now i know where i been going wrong all this time been buying the wrong stuff

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