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post #736 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 11:41 AM
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To help with the double roller throttle body chain I added some hydraulic chain tensors, they work great! I never have any slack. I did have to remove the pull starter though to get everything to fit right. But I think its worth it!
What if your battery dies? Lol


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post #737 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 11:47 AM
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You don't have a solar/wind powered self charging battery? I thought those were pretty standard at the auto parts stores now. I heard they even make them in deep cycle and AGM now. Get with the times.

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post #738 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 11:50 AM
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You don't have a solar/wind powered self charging battery? I thought those were pretty standard at the auto parts stores now. I heard they even make them in deep cycle and AGM now. Get with the times.
Who needs a battery when you have a hydrogen beaming induction alternator? Always on, as long as a tire is touching the ground it uses the earth's magnetic field as well as the sun's solar rays to create electricity.

Batteries...psh...do you have wooden wagon wheels too??
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post #739 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 12:05 PM
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Who needs a battery when you have a hydrogen beaming induction alternator? Always on, as long as a tire is touching the ground it uses the earth's magnetic field as well as the sun's solar rays to create electricity.

Batteries...psh...do you have wooden wagon wheels too??
Actually, yes. I had my "TSi knockoff" rims custom made of petrified wood. They're as tough as steel, heavy, kill my gas mileage, but to my knowledge, no one else has them so it's worth it. My flux capacitor should be here next week though so I won't have to worry about gas prices for too much longer. Uranium is cheaper.

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it's a photoshopped pic
color me gullible
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This thread is starting I give me a headache, but I can't stop reading!
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post #742 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 12:48 PM
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2 pages from a sweet blinker fluid low Vic pic. Awesome. I just hope somebody googles blinker in time and gets this. Then runs to the parts store and asks for 5.9 blinker fluid. If it happens once, then we have done our job. Lmfao.

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You know, in just 23 days, besides the stickys, this is the 3rd largest thread in the ZJ forum.
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post #744 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 01:27 PM
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We ZJ guys are the best. I like the blinker fluid one. thats some good photoshop skills there. Make some more lol

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You know you drive a ZJ when you read the new posts in this thread daily...
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post #746 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 01:54 PM
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When your hands look like this. Lol
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2 pages from a sweet blinker fluid low Vic pic. Awesome. I just hope somebody googles blinker in time and gets this. Then runs to the parts store and asks for 5.9 blinker fluid. If it happens once, then we have done our job. Lmfao.
This. Although, we'd never find out about it. If someone was that stupid, they wouldn't sign up to tell us their story.

This goes out to anyone dumb enough to look for the blinker fluid: If you're dumb enough to go out and look for blinker fluid, especially of the 5.9L spec, please join the forum and tell your story. I promise we won't flame you too much.

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This. Although, we'd never find out about it. If someone was that stupid, they wouldn't sign up to tell us their story.

This goes out to anyone dumb enough to look for the blinker fluid: If you're dumb enough to go out and look for blinker fluid, especially of the 5.9L spec, please join the forum and tell your story. I promise we won't flame you too much.
Epic.

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I posted the blinker fluid low pic on fb just too see what would happen. People were like is this real. Hahahah. Or how is that possible. Guess they never heard of photoshop.

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post #750 of 10763 Old 02-29-2012, 02:10 PM
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I wondered where people were coming up with this blinker fluid thing.
Hands have healed for now, will see, changing trans mount in a couple of days.
Blinker fluid can be used as a healing agent.

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