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Old 01-04-2008, 04:37 PM
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What do you think the worst smell is when you are working on something? I think the oil inside the crankshaft main caps bolt holes when you are tearing down an engine is freakin' stinky!
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Old 01-04-2008, 05:13 PM
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Definenitly the oil in the mains bolt holes. That stuff is nasty!
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Old 01-04-2008, 07:32 PM
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I was burning an axel apart the other day on a junk truck and I got some half burned old gear oil on my shirt, Thats the worst thing I can think of.
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Old 01-05-2008, 02:00 AM
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Does if have to be truck related? If not I'd say working at the packing plant. That is a smell that as long as I live I shall never forget...
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Gear or transfer case oil for sure. It is horrible.
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a burning clutch or torching bushings to get them out....both make me cringe.
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I changed the gear oil in my 79's gear box a few months ago, I don't think it has been done since my dad had bought it near 20 years ago, very bad smell.
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Old gas is another one once it sits for about 5-10 years it stats to smell.
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I think the worst smell for vehicle is gear oil.

At work the worst smell is the yeast. I don't have to mix with it but it sure is foul smelling. Another one is vinegar, I used to work at a grocery store and if that spilled, it lingered through the store.
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a burning clutch or torching bushings to get them out....both make me cringe.
x2 Those linger on for quite awhile.
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Power steering fluid, stuff is rancid after 17 years...
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Tractor Hy-Trans from sometime in the 80s. I had to run straight kerosene in the tranny the get the gunk out
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Burning clutch/brakes and gear oil.
At work we have this anti-bacteria stuff for the gas storage tanks, that we have to put in when they are empty. That stuff burns my nose a little.
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Gear oil...especially the old stuff.

Propane. I try to stand upwind whenever I fill the Forklift tanks...
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Burnt bearing grease
Burnt/used gear oil

A Chevy...unless its being smoked..then it smells gooooood
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