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BSUPC

Finally replaced my radiator

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I finally replaced my radiator over the weekend that has been leaking for the last 5 months or so. Wasn't to bad of a job. I was going to snap pictures during the process but when I had finished I realized I only managed to get these two pictures taken.  :(

Replaced at 210k miles. 

 

 

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It must be such a luxury to have your own lift.  

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It truly is. We have wanted one for years. The best feeling in the world was working on the first vehicle the other day when we got her up and running. Watching the car go up in the air the first time was awesome.  Dad cant get down on the ground much anymore, and I really dont like jacking up an car to work on the ground. So when we were handed the chance to have one added to the new shop we jumped on it.  Now I am indoors out of the weather, and do not have to lay on the ground to work. No more excuses not to fix stuff now. LOL

 

 

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You're also lucky to have somewhere to put the lift.  

 

Around here, our homes are way too small, and a lot of people live in apartments and condominiums.  

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We have been very blessed. 

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Nice shop, Just wait in a few year's you will have just enough room for the TC and a sandwich , the rest of the space will be stuff

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