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To a degree to deter the thief. They are all about the same, so buy on the basis of price,
It's like a cigar butt going through it's last puffs. The country's demographics are changing and will never reverse its trend.
There is no way...
The other end slides into a u shaped keyhole like slot on the trim piece.
It's a 2018 Prime. The filter adapter is for the spin-on installed at the factory. The one with the lower "tail" is the Japan made version of...
Easy; pry up with a narrow v shaped removal tool under the lowest flange. If you don't have the tool, two flat blade screw drivers will work.
I have both the Quickjacks 3500 and the Safejacks Rennstands. Unless you are lifting the car level with all four wheels off the ground, the...
Here's a full [ATTACH] view of the one installed on my v.
Yeah, all 1/4 inch rivets would be the best. They will fit the existing front hoies with no drilling.
Toyota will really go mainstream with a BEV Corolla.
Worst. But a Fiat Chrysler or a 3-4 cylinder Ford Eco-Boost with an internal oil bathed rubber timing belt.
1/4 inch for the front bolts. 3/16 would work for the others, but 1/4 will works better, if you need to drill holes in the car,s rails.
I just received two of these;
They are very well made with no sharp edges. They are a perfect replacement for the OEM plugs and has a...
The very reason I bought cloth seats.
Any aftermarket transmission temperature gauge will work. Depending on the sensor's threading, a bushing will be needed to adapt that thread to...
Why do you think they are thieves?
Just when you think you've seen the worst fool, an other one comes along who is more stupid.
Only time will tell, when the Gen 4 accumulates high mileage.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] The rivet is fake, It is cut down and epoxied in place.