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Old 04-06-2011, 11:24 PM
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Something funny!

Sorry had to post this!

Blinker Fluid [BF-01] - $8.99 : KaleCoAuto, Hard to find automotive items!
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It doesn't work But the engine oil bypass kit is killer! I've had the same oil for 6 years and it's still clean! Engine won't turn over but hey, think of the gas savings

There's some really funny stuff on that site. I just wonder how many people actually buy that crap and try it.
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I got the Passenger Noise Reducer
http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=7&products_id=40 It WORKS great!!!

ADDED BONUS: Wife has to use it when in my truck. She does not like it so it has reduced her traveling with me!!!! I've also have used it on Sundays during football games and nascar races!! (I just need a Sunday Break-Down Kit for Vacuums)

Thank you for posting the site, Wife deleted my bookmark after I ordered the last time!!!
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I am thinking about getting a piece of white rope, tieing a knot in the end of it, and hanging it from the spare tire under my truck. If people can have truck nuts, why can't I have a tampon string? Seems to fit with this thread.
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That lowering kit is only $19.99!
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KADUH,

You missed this- Tampon Dispenser (For Automatic Vehicles) [TMPN05] - $85.99 : KaleCoAuto, Hard to find automotive items!
Your way just deposes of them! Like a clothes line!! Might as well make sure you have them for your lady to use! And she never need to leave the cab of your truck (won't that be special). If you have more than one lady---- I'd charge for your thoughtfulness for her needs at about $3.00 per dispensable product (mor'money, mor'money mor'money)

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