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SpecialWarr last won the day on December 8 2015

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About SpecialWarr

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  • Birthday 06/25/1973

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    1990 VG30E, 4 door 4X4, MANUAL locking hubs, automatic ... new owner, new truck, new tools..... Power pack, LSD and 31-10.5-15 GY Wrangler Territory tires.... where is the mud!! PACESETTER HEADERS NGK Wires, Bosch Plugs Fuel Pressure Regulator installed! Intake plenum gasket and throttle body gaskets installed Maxima SOHC 90 amp Alternator installed Starter installed Main Engine Sub-Harness installed 31 x 10.5 x 15 Good Year Wrangler TERRITORY....4... on sale installed FENDERS: installed! Master Power Window switch installed ( 3 out of 4 windows currently operate....) Rear Frame rebuild done! Upper ball joints and tie-rods are on the list this week! TO-DO LIST: Alignment A bit of body welding Sunroof seal and weatherstrip replacement Spot Weld Plugs from PO "roof rack install" Radio head unit that works Figure out why only 3 out of 4 windows operate.... or nevermind... I'll just add a DPDT switch for the drivers' door.
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    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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    career suspension tuner and racer of bicycles, wrencher of broken things and maker of tools.... if it's broken I will mend it, if it needs welding I'll weld it...assuming I'll have the time!

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  1. Audi A3 3.2L v6.... yea or nay?? I've hears that they are a bit demanding in terms of maintenance... Opinions?

    1. Faulcun


      ALL european cars are expensive to maintain. My rule of thumb is to stay away from euro, and usa domestic cars. I get customers all the time who find a sweet deal on a bmw or mercedes or whatever else, and have a heart attack when the repair bill is written.


      With that being said, if you like it, go for it. Just remember, cars will always decrease in value, but the cost to repair them does not.

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