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Re: audi tech day in southern NH, USA (timing belt-a-thon, part one)
Hairy green toads from Mars made C1J1Miller@aol.com say:
> We've bantered around the idea of a group tech session for various things,
> from basic maintenance to timing belts. We've scheduled the first one at my
> house in Windham New Hampshire for next weekend, April 24 (extending into the
> 25th if neccessary or if there's enough people). Time to be announced;
> probably fairly early. There's a pizza/sub place just around the corner for
> lunch (they deliver).
> We've got room for more people/cars (two car garage, lots of driveway space,
> etc.), so if you're interested, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
> Brett Dikeman (email@example.com).
> You're invited if:
> 1) you want to change your I-5 timing belt, like I will be doing;
> 2) you want to see someone else change the timing belt;
> 3) you want to hang out and talk audis;
> 4) you want to do something else, and would like others around to help out.
> 5) you've done the timing belt thing before, and would like to offer
> assistance to us internet mechanics; and/or
> 6) you want to paw through my collection of magazines, brochures, etc.
> Also, if you've got the timing belt tools, and would like to lend them for
> use, please contact me; we'll reimburse for shipping, etc.
Count me in. Of course, it's a bit of a drive for me... my car might
almost get warmed up to operating temperature before I get there :-)
Now, which car to bring? :-)
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
Compaq Computer Corporation (603)-884-1294
110 Spit Brook Road
Nashua, NH 03062-2698
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