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Re: to interfere, or not to interfere - that is the question
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- Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 23:18:22 +1200
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mmm, ever though about being a mechanic.
i'm paying the bill for the replacement of the 20v's timing belt and it's
annual service. 10 hours labour, and $130nzd for the belt. no change from
$1,100 nzd for that one.
still, i'm trying to think of it as another insurance premium...
>Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 22:18:38 -0800
>for the <$20 a new belt would cost...
>if i have gone far enough to drop a used belt on the floor,
>it must have missed the trash can.
>and no, i don't have an old timing belt collection... =8)