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Thread: It's the end of clean car season!

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    It's the end of clean car season!

    in a few hours the roads will be covered in salt and snow. Fortunately, my P5 remains rust free. (for now)

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    I hear that...



    I sure hope I don't have to work on the car till after next spring.
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    When exactly IS clean car season? I don't think I've washed mine since last year sometime...

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    Luckily I work at a shop so I don’t mind working on my car during the winter.

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    I worked on my car like a madman during the fall. new shocks, new hoses, new brakes.... All i need to do is rear end links but the bolts are seized and have to be cut off, gonna take that to a shop due to the fact that i don't want to be cutting bolts off 2 in. from the brake line. lol. bring it on, winter!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrathofpaul View Post
    the bolts are seized and have to be cut off, gonna take that to a shop due to the fact that i don't want to be cutting bolts off 2 in. from the brake line.
    You did try spraying the hell out of them with PB Blaster and/or applying heat to them with a torch right?

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    Snow? What's that?

    (asks the guy who lives near the beach in SoCal)
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    Chuckling in Southern Hemisphere late Spring


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