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Anak

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Uh oh.

That is a dangerous path to take.

Just wait until you put that on your engine.

All of a sudden everything else is going to look bad. And then you have to clean up and paint every single bracket and bolt and washer. And replace all that crumbling plastic on the wiring harness. And once you get all that cleaned up the black rubber hoses are going to look out of place, so now it is off to spend a downpayment on a house switching everything over to A-N fittings and stainless braided hoses.

And once you get it all dolled up you certainly aren't going to want to take it anywhere dusty.

See what you have done?

You have started building a car show trailer queen.

You had best ship that thing to me to save yourself from this dismal fate.

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alexgalexg

New member
Uh oh.



That is a dangerous path to take.



Just wait until you put that on your engine.



All of a sudden everything else is going to look bad. And then you have to clean up and paint every single bracket and bolt and washer. And replace all that crumbling plastic on the wiring harness. And once you get all that cleaned up the black rubber hoses are going to look out of place, so now it is off to spend a downpayment on a house switching everything over to A-N fittings and stainless braided hoses.



And once you get it all dolled up you certainly aren't going to want to take it anywhere dusty.



See what you have done?



You have started building a car show trailer queen.



You had best ship that thing to me to save yourself from this dismal fate.



:roll:
Haha! Actually the jeep it's in is very pretty! Bought it as a barn find and put an engine I did a lot of work to into it a few years back. I offroad it and take it on all the road trips. Itll get dirty, and theres more to do. But a jeep is just one of those classic cars that never seems to have a point where you cant do anything else to it. 216k and counting!

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