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Hard to find parts finally found-Check'em out!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Brian C, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. Brian C
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  2. Mad-Lad
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    Hahahahahaha
     
  3. That is freakin' cool. Wonder how many knotheads they get to order?-MIKE:D
     
  4. guiseart
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  6. lippy
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    I've been wondering where to get those tweeter dimmers, my 79 chevy p.u. needs them bad. Thanks for the link!:D
     
  7. Brian C
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  8. Mad-Lad
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    from California

    My favorite was the adjustable powerband.
     
  9. 32chevysedan
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    Oh, muffler bearings I have been looking for those forever.....................
     
  10. jusjunk
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    I saw this site a long time ago and i have to check every couple o months to see whats new. I like the new salad slicers and of course the must haves are the cross drilled brake lines and some blinker fluid..
    Dave:D:D:D
     
  11. ratstar
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    Thats so funny. My girlfriend was laughing from just reading over my shoulder.
     
  12. Spike!
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    What about "blinker fluid" for the turn signals?
     
  13. Kustomz
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    Yeah the prices are a little steep but considering they are hard to find parts. I have been looking for a muffler bearing for quite some time. Now I can finally get my truck fixed!
     
  14. Brian C
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    Hey Fireout,

    Make sure you specify you want an SAE muffler bearing. They might send you a metric one instead and you'll be SOL
     

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