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Old 07-28-2009, 08:55 AM
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Originally Posted by 1979Marshall View Post
I'll be doing that myself this weekend....

Just sucks as I now have to modify my hours based off traffic untill the weekend and will be getting up at 4. Three cheers for coffee!
true that, on both fronts. I love coffee, and I almost overheated my red car when I got caught in traffic yesterday. Thank goodness for the "detour" function on my gps.

Changed the fan clutch in my '88 this year, and my '89 needs it done now, so the 20 year lifespan sounds about right.
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