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I'm curious as to how much these spy guys make? Is it by picture? Is it enough外围体育投注 to live off of, or more of a retirement job?

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Keep a large distance from transport trucks. If you have to pass one, make it quick their fires are cheap and known to pop more than car tires. This can cause serious damage to your vehicle.

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Posted by3 days ago

I just ran out of the Napa Sil-Glyde that I have been using for caliper pins. I have some Autozone "AGS Sil-Glyde" Anyone know if both are the same or should I just run back to get some trusty Napa Sil-Glyde?

FYI: The reason for asking is because I had issues with using other brands of Caliper Grease.

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Posted by3 days ago

I need to donate my old car. How do I go about this? Who do I contact? I would choose an easiest and fastest way.


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Posted by3 days ago

TL/DR: Was cutting off a bolt with angle grinder and I cut maybe a mm into my sway bar, is this cause for concern?

外围体育投注My coil spring on my driver's side broke last week and as I was going to remove it I ended up needing to cut apart my sway bar end link because it was so rusted on and completely stripped through. While I was cutting off the bolt that connects the end link to the sway bar I accidentally cut into the sway bar itself a bit, leaving a 1mm or so cut at a slight angle into the bar.

This part of the bar happened to be in quite good shape (no rusting, etc.) but further up the bar there's some rust and I suspect that will be the eventual failure point, but I'm not sure how much damage I've done and if it's cause for concern at all. Is it common for a sway bar to completely snap? If so, will the slight cut I made likely cause it to fail soon at that point? or should I just leave it and worry about it if/when it happens?

I realize I should have been more careful, but unfortunately it happened, and now I'm left wondering whether to worry or not.


If it makes any difference it's a 2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara, 4WD, 2.7L V6

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