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Old 10-17-2012, 10:28 PM   #16261
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Damn cinder. I can probably find a cheap enough 22r here in ky. May need rebuilt but they r cheap normally. Light to so shipping wouldn't be much. I can walk around with a complete 22re and Trans in my arms, not the transcase, those are heavy buggars.

My friend has the v-6 as well in one of his 5 Toyotas. It had a "catastrophic" failure at high rpm. Picking pieces of piston out of asphalt. Funny tho...

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I chickened out and paid a shop to replace my headgasket and drill the two thermostats a couple of years ago.

How about your floormats? Mine were recalled for interfering with the accelerator.
Haha, I don't wanna talk about my head gaskets, they're a real point if contention between my father and I... Of course that's how everything I'd with my Daddy. Do I have daddy issues? Probably.

Really? A recall for floor mats? Damn... If mine move I can't push the clutch pedal clear to the floor.
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Damn cinder. I can probably find a cheap enough 22r here in ky. May need rebuilt but they r cheap normally. Light to so shipping wouldn't be much. I can walk around with a complete 22re and Trans in my arms, not the transcase, those are heavy buggars.

My friend has the v-6 as well in one of his 5 Toyotas. It had a "catastrophic" failure at high rpm. Picking pieces of piston out of asphalt. Funny tho...
I can pick up an empty aluminum four cylinder block...
My Dad dropped the transmission and transfer case from their Toyota on my legs.
My friend had a catastrophic brain failure and put a piston through the side of his block running NOS on a stock Honda engine...
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Really? A recall for floor mats? Damn... If mine move I can't push the clutch pedal clear to the floor.
The girl drives a clutch! You better hold on tight Trip.
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I can pick up an empty aluminum four cylinder block...
My Dad dropped the transmission and transfer case from their Toyota on my legs.
My friend had a catastrophic brain failure and put a piston through the side of his block running NOS on a stock Honda engine...
Ow on the legs and ha! To the nos. nothing like watching stupidity flower and blossom right in front of your eyes.
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The girl drives a clutch! You better hold on tight Trip.
I learned to work a clutch when I was about 6, I had a little 2 stroke Suzuki 80 I rode. And I can drive tractors.
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I learned to work a clutch when I was about 6, I had a little 2 stroke Suzuki 80 I rode. And I can drive tractors.
If you can cook lasagna, i may have to contribute to Trip's travel fund.
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If you can cook lasagna, i may have to contribute to Trip's travel fund.
I can make regular lasagna, vegetarian lasagna and really delicious chicken lasagna.
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You forgot the fuel injectors. They may not have been bad, but you still had them worked over, so it counts.
You're right, and actually that fixed the starting problem.
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