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Been having it on the tip of my tongue for hours, could you please anons tell me the model?
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>>23250766
dodge stratus?
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>>23250771
no way

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Was removing a spark plug and instead of unscrewing from the cylinder head, the body snapped off of the threads, leaving the threads still screwed into the head. What do? I see google result and videos saying to use an "Easy out" but I can't find any store selling that. I see "screw extractors" for sale at auto parts stores and Home Depot, etc. but the product reviews are very much a mixed bag.
Pic related. You can see the threads way down there.
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>>23250634
Pull head, take to machine shop.

Or try a screw extractor like what Google tells you
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>>23250663
Forgot link
http://www.tigraionline.com/broken_sparkplug.html
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Step 1: use a torch on it until red hot
Step 2: extract with very strong magnet
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>>23250634
Your fucked.
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>>23250634
Easy out is just a brand of screw extractor. That'd be what I would try first after hitting it with a torch and some penetrating fluid. If that doesn't work, she's fucking fucked mate, big time. No way to get it out without removing the head.

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>"what car do you drive, anon?"
>"I drive a [insert badass name]"
>"ooooh anon"
If you had to pick a car only for the name, just because it would sound rad to say you own one of those, what car would it be?
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Chevy Impala SS
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Austin Ambassador
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>>23245819
Buick Centurion featured alongside Kurt Russel in the opening scene of the cool vintage car movie "Used Cars"
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>>23244888
Pontiac Firebird
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>>23246961
Traumahawk only refers to the box and interior retrofitting with switches and all, they don't change any of the actual vehicles attributes. The traumahawk is not a vehicle, the Econoline/Express/Transit/International are what you would call it. Not to be an autist

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Looking at buying a Honda Post here and we'll tell you our elitist opinions

Need help identifying a chassis
>http://www.superstreetonline.com/how-to/chassis-suspension/1312-honda-chassis-code-checklist/

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>>23238840
Hey I have that exact model and caught someone trying to steal my cat, good luck out there. Crackheads are ballsy nowadays.
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Just dropped a d17a into my civic. Anybody have a good reccomendation on a redline? Probably gonna go with 8500RPM. Does that seem sketch?
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>>23250731
I think those have a 7200 rev limit, would definitely do 8500 but than oiling becomes a concern cause the oil pump might not be about that life.
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>>23250740
I'm sure there are some pretty high flow oil pumps I could get before she hit's the dyno. Just wanted to make sure that wouldn't blow the engine up instantly.
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>>23250758
Aw yeah it can bang 8500 rpm, Honda just limits it to a lower rpm so people wouldn't spin the bearings and make a warranty claim.

>he doesn't use fuel fragrance to cropdust nocars at bus stops with delicious marijuana scent
Don't even pretend to be into cars
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>>23249255
>>23249755
Based up to eleven.
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>>23249333
They don't need probable cause for a canine, the canine creates probable cause. Generally there is a terry stop based on reasonable suspicion, which is then escalated with the dog.
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>>23249244
Enjoy your engine getting seized faggot LOL
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>>23250202
Jokes on you it's been on jackstands for 3 years
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>>23249244
lolol you can make your car stink up the whole place like weed? man, I know what I want in my christmas stocking this year *~=<B^)

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> Suzuki releases new EFI DR-Z400S
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>honda releases CRX Spec. II
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I'd buy an EFI DRZ today.
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>>23249877
>S
I'd be pissed if they didn't do an E as well.
I don't want to get fucked by America's stupid laws on dirt bike plating.
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>>23250420
Just nail a license plate holder on it

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I am a broken asshole who needs a pickup in Canada, Alberta. What used truck should I buy? It must have crew cap, cheap to fix. that is all I need.
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>>23250618
Yeah sure, negotiated down to $42k afterwards convinced the dealer to reupholster the seats with leather and install a remote starter
Okay it was $16k off not $20k fucking sue me, but I'll count the seats and starter in there as goodies to get it closer
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>>23250651
just curious, this is mine. paid 46k last year in Texas
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>>23250711
That's $12k or just shy of 16k cad, so pretty similar discount
The new gen Rebel is fucking nice but I couldn't justify the price premium

just for you anon ;^)
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>>23250317
How hard is it for you to open Kijiji and search for a truck near you?
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>>23250727

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I used to be a car enthusiast. I used to care about manual transmissions, powertrain layout, turbocharging, supercharging, modifying, sound, feeling and design.

But as I got older, I started to see cars as transport appliances, everything from a Toyota Corolla to a Porsche Cayenne, I stopped caring about muh soul and muh JDM shit, in the end its all rubbish and in present times, cars have finally become what I thought of them, just transport appliances. Fuck all those old shitboxes, its about having the latest thing and showing everyone you're better than them. Enjoy your shitboxes while you still can, I care not for the coming world of EVs.
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>>23250095
Sounds like you watched too much Initial D
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>>23249952
You got old. We appreciate cars because of the care we invest in them. Restoring a classic is a way of taking responsibility for our cultural heritage.

Now get back in your cage of a shitbox, you old boomer.
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>>23250273
I don't think all the motorcycle guys I got the recommendation for the area from watched it, I just think straight lines are boring.
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>>23250325
Not so much old as cúcking out. Look at Jay Leno, how old he is and how much enjoyment he derives from driving dream cars practically every day of his life.
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>>23250013
Hot rods and historical vehicles will be the only ICE vehicles left on the road.

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Halp.

I can't find this brake hose anywhere.
It's for the driver side rear, on a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac (4wd).

The brake hose is permanently attached to one of the sides of the 3-way adapter, and it feeds the left/right rear brakes.
The circle in the first pic is where the adapter mounts to, in case it helps with any parts diagrams.

I need this shitbox up & running for winter...clock is ticking.

Pic 1 or 3
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>>23250574
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2003,explorer+sport+trac,4.0l+v6,1414538,brake+&+wheel+hub,hydraulic+hose,1792
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>>23250597

Those are all wrong.
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>>23250696
Lop it off at the bracket? Sometimes you can only buy the subassembly as a whole.
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>>23250707

I guess it'll come down to that.
I'll just have to cut it at the bracket, join that feed line with a union, run some nicopp to a new central adapter, and hook up the other 2 old lines to the new adapter.
What a clusterfuck.
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>>23250735
It's always been Ford.

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>>23250633
>No it's not lmao
Let's see.

-AMG is different a company than Mercedes but majoritarily owned by Mercedes.
-MR is a different company than Porsche but majoritarily owned by Porsche.

-AMG is located in a different city than Mercedes.
-MR is located in a different city than Porsche.

-AMG's figure on the official Mercedes website.
-MR's figure on the official Porsche website.

-AMG has it's own additional website.
-MR has it's own additional website.

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>>23250664
>-AMG is different a company than Mercedes but majoritarily owned by Mercedes.
Well your first point is wrong, it's a subsidiary of Mercedes. The three other points don't matter at all.

>>23250664
>Incorrect. Mercedes-AMG cars have a chassis made by Mercedes in Sindelfingen and an engine made by AMG in Affalterbach.
AMG is Mercedes. It's the same manufacturer making everything. It's not a Mercedes car that is then modified by someone else.
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>>23250675
That's not true but okay. Btw AMG has it's own CEO.
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>>23250677
Cool. Still a wholly owned subsidiary of Mercedes, whether you like it or not.
The AMG leaves the factory and is identified by its VIN as an AMG GT Black Series, and isn't modified after that.
The Porsche left the factory as a GT2 RS, and was then modified from the certified model. The GT2 RS MR isn't a car that exists out of the box.
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>Audi
>Mercedes
>BMW

Ah, the poor mans' Porches.

If the sports car you're driving can't kill you than why the fuck did buy it? (Pic isn't mine ofc)
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>>23248164
>Turn off the electronic nannies

my car doesn't even come with traction control
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>>23250206
Then I'm not referring to you am I?
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>>23250212
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>>23249888
You’re saying you can’t just buy a bag of fuckin bread? Even just to tho out? How poor are you?
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So what do you drive OP?

Has anyone managed to import a car as "substantially similar" ?
I want a RS3 hatchback in the US.
The body is sold on the A3, so it conforms to crash test requirements.
The engine is sold in the RS3 sedan, so it conforms to emissions.
I would need to swap out the windshield, headlights, and turn signals but that's not a big deal.
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>>23247279
t.
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>>23239086
Nonono that's not it. The screencap was pointing out that nothing upsets glownigger more than when people outsmart them.
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>>23247989
Yeah there's probably some importer who can get one for you and fudge the FMVSS mods enough to pass.
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>>23242644
>So many cool cars in US
What are you talking about? We don't get anything cool here.
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>>23246705
Nobody here is a CCP shill, however I will say at least the CCP actually cares about the people's requirements while in America the politicians only care about lining the pockets of the rich at the expense of the rest of the people.

>orbit orange
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>>23247276
wtff this looks purple on my phone but blue on my laptop. This is that dress color shit all over again
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Superior White
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>>23246787
>TNT Express
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>Papaya Orange
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>>23247308
I want a bad dragon toy in this colour

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If you fancy yourself riding across asia, where the roads are inconsistent (from first world tier to literally nonexistent altogether), what kinda bike would you recommend?

I personally like BMW GS but I don't think it's easy to source parts especially in third world countries
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>>23249285
CT110 or similar.
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>>23249285
For me it’s the Honda CG125
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>>23249285
BMWs are a meme. I would get an XR650L or something. It's a big, ugly pig, but it's aircooled, hasn't changed for 30 years, and it's nondescript.
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MZ ETZ 250*
*if it was 1990
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what parts would you need. tires?
the older GSs are pretty simple mechanically

the only downside is the size and weight (and looking like a foreigner i guess)

don’t buy c-clamps from harbor freight.
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What's a good tool for this? I might be doing my brakes soon. Something cheap preferably
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I heard that y'all like clamps, here's mine
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>>23247818
Probably these >>23243908

They’re only like $20-$25 on Amazon and come with all the assorted adapters for the parking brake (if needed).
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>>23243819
you need a special tool to do this? i just use pliers
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>>23243953
>Lidl pry bar
Mine broke after I tried to use the striking cap.




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