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Or it's kissin cousin ..."barking the gears"
If a person has natural talent or a robust drivers Ed program it might make sense for some, but the folks who can't chew gum? Maybe not.
Original looks great.
Hardly ever shop there, got tired of them saying they have an item and then finding out they don't. The last time I did I was looking for a blue...
Gave up on the ammo game years ago and reload my own
My UCA ball joint was cross threaded when I took it apart, I just tacked the new one in place and it's fine.
The one in the second video looked pregnant, well fed, or both.
The concept must be that it reflects thermal radiation, like those space blankets do at night.
We had a station called The Loop for decades, and it finally went under a year or two back. It was replaced by a somewhat religious music channel,...
I meet people every day I swear are from another planet.
I recently used two pieces of clay to hold the wires steady, worked like a charm.
The entire self drive party will be over the first time one of those cars mistakes a baby carriage for a tumbleweed.
Sending out previous returns without inspection is one thing that should never happen, but edelbrock itself producing the junk in the first place...
Sounds like Summit should stop selling them until they get their act together.
I've never had a big problem with Summit, Jegs or even a local store. Amazon, (for me at least), has never been a good source for car parts.
My mistake, I thought I had read somewhere that there was no physical attachment anymore.
I'm not entirely crazy about steer by wire, something goes wrong and you have no steering at all. Granted, it's no picnic when something bad...
Wait a bit, that coyote is probably next.
Yes, they are all configured the same, actually the 3" ones were only 2.5" on the inside bc all they did was weld on larger inlets/outlets
I've got a Skylark and a Charger, both 69s, both big blocks with headers and similar cams. Both have the same Dynomax super turbos but the Mopar...