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Heater Core modification for easy access on a Jeep:
That's actually a simple yet slick idea. Fortunately I've never had any issues that required pulling one. 🙂 But will definitely keep this in mind if ever do.
 

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Augh, that's just nasty LoL Anyway, the T-Rex wants the cow... not the burger.
Besides, he's lactose intolerant. The cheese slices give him gas, the runs.
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And its only a 1500, not even a 2500 or 3500! I should have kept my 52 Ford F1, but since I didnt,I guess I will just drop the tank to fix the fuel pump in my 86 Jeep Comanche.
 

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IMO out of all those “options” the most “scammy” thing on there is the $495 nitrogen in the tires.
Don't forget state sales tax. Rhetorical: I wonder how whether the proposed benefit of reduced tire wear would out-weight the $500+ fill. 😂
 

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Im guessing the main reason for telling customers about swapping summer air for winter air, was to get the customer to the vehicle to the dealershop so the air pressure in the tires could be checked. I routinely check the air in my tires twice a year, since they all lost 4 to 8 psi over the course of six months.
 

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Im guessing the main reason for telling customers about swapping summer air for winter air, was to get the customer to the vehicle to the dealershop so the air pressure in the tires could be checked. I routinely check the air in my tires twice a year, since they all lost 4 to 8 psi over the course of six months.
I thought that too. But with the way marclar worded things it makes the dealer sound rather scummy.
 
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