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Re: well equipmed garage (was re:Control Arm Bushings)
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- Subject: Re: well equipmed garage (was re:Control Arm Bushings)
- From: spowers@spdg.COM (Steve Powers)
- Date: Thu, 16 Feb 1995 16:13:37 -0800 (PST)
- In-Reply-To: <199502170004.AA29287@swiss.ans.net> from "firstname.lastname@example.org" at Feb 16, 95 07:04:55 pm
- Reply-To: quattro
- Sender: quattro-owner
> From: email@example.com (David R. Derting)
> Date: Thu, 16 Feb 1995 12:35:50 -0800
> Subject: well equipmed garage (was re:Control Arm Bushings)
> >>- -- [ From: Dariusz Leszko * EMC.Ver #2.10P ] --
> Steve writes:
> >I used liquid nitrogen to remove my bushings.
> Jeez, and I thought I had a well equipted garage for a amature: 2-ton press,
> engine lift, various pullers, etc!
well, it wasn't exactly in my garage. My brother is the area manager for
a welding supply wholesaler. In addition to the liguid nitrogen, I also
found use for a demo of a nice new TIG system (runs on 110AC) and one of
those liquid crystal lensed welding helmets.
somebody's gotta test that stuff dontcha know !!
re: the $150 balljoints - those are actually the ones at the ends of
the rear tie rods. you can't purchase them alone - you must buy the
complete tie rod ($$$$ouch!!!!)
steve powers firstname.lastname@example.org
stratos product development group seattle, washington
"I'm imagining two workers on different sides of the machine, each with
one dongle in hand, pushing their buttons independently." - d. everhart