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Unread 05-14-2012, 08:18 PM   #1
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How-To Check Your Blinker Fluid:

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Unread 05-14-2012, 08:42 PM   #2
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You forgot to mention that blinker fluid is not available to the public. You've got to full out government requisition form ID-10T
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Unread 05-14-2012, 09:05 PM   #3
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You forgot to mention that blinker fluid is not available to the public. You've got to full out government requisition form ID-10T
No that was in the Bush administration. Now with Obama its pretty easy to get as long as you file a PEB-KAC with FEMA and then form w8-UR-turn.
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Unread 05-14-2012, 09:08 PM   #4
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That's pretty awesome!
Thanks!

I'll be checking that in the morning.
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Unread 05-14-2012, 11:31 PM   #5
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I forgot to check my blinker fluid and after it all leaked out both of my blinkers blew up!

Now I always check my blinker fluid.

I used to have a "tick-tick-tick-tick" from my blinkers as well but some synthetic blinker fluid cured that.
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I thought my blinker was leaking blinker fluid once.

Turned out it was full of water.
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I convinced a girl at my high school her blinker fluid was low, and causing the belt squeal she was hearing. Told her to go to napa, and not leave til they sold it to her. She came back the next day madder than hell at napa for telling her that blinker fluid didn't exist. It never occured to her that I was just messing with her. Two months later I convinced her to get a muffler bearing to increase her mileage. Our local napa sells them (obviously as a gag) and she brought one in the next day asking how to put it in, cause the napa guys wouldn't do it for her. I almost felt bad. Almost.
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I convinced a girl at my high school her blinker fluid was low, and causing the belt squeal she was hearing. Told her to go to napa, and not leave til they sold it to her. She came back the next day madder than hell at napa for telling her that blinker fluid didn't exist. It never occured to her that I was just messing with her. Two months later I convinced her to get a muffler bearing to increase her mileage. Our local napa sells them (obviously as a gag) and she brought one in the next day asking how to put it in, cause the napa guys wouldn't do it for her. I almost felt bad. Almost.
What. An. A**.
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Leave em off and weld an I beam on. Bumperetts just scream homo.
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What. An. A**.
Agreed, but I think I see his point: Take a moment and imagine the possibilities of beginning a physical relationship with a woman of such gullibility. I'm gonna bet one would be able to talk her into ANYTHING!!!

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What viscosity are you guys running?

I'm using 40w 30, because it's warmer now and I like a slightly faster blink frequency. I've seen some guy go as high as 50w 43C. 43C is a high performance viscosity for higher HP engines.
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Agreed, but I think I see his point: Take a moment and imagine the possibilities of beginning a physical relationship with a woman of such gullibility. I'm gonna bet one would be able to talk her into ANYTHING!!!

Lets just hope her lack of knowledge on vehicles extends elsewhere
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I use 106W.
Lucky. My gf won't let me buy a 500cc blinker. She doesn't understand the happyness a $456 blinker will bring over the stock 455cc blinker.
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