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Got the grill and headlights installed. Probably going to need a longer extension cord for night driving.

 

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No you got it all wrong. Install those shake flashlights on each side and then put in hydraulics and get that puppy bouncing to keep them lit.

 

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if you get a hand crank generater you won't need the cord
I could use one that rubs against the tires like I had on my Schwinn. I don't think the sidewalls on these tires could take the friction for very long though.

 

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hahaha funny. Small Honda generator in the trunk??
That's not a bad idea Don. The trunk floor is one of the few areas that might actually support something over 4 pounds without falling out on the road.

 

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No you got it all wrong. Install those shake flashlights on each side and then put in hydraulics and get that puppy bouncing to keep them lit.
Thanks Jason. Never thought of that one. Its helpful information like that that keeps me coming back to this sight.

 

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hahaha funny. Small Honda generator in the trunk??
That's not a bad idea Don. The trunk floor is one of the few areas that might actually support something over 4 pounds without falling out on the road.
Would that make your car an import and require metric wrenches?

 

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hahaha funny. Small Honda generator in the trunk??
That's not a bad idea Don. The trunk floor is one of the few areas that might actually support something over 4 pounds without falling out on the road.
Would that make your car an import and require metric wrenches?
I have a set of metwrenches that can go either way. So if I find a Prius motor at the local flea market, I'm ready.

 

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That's not a bad idea Don. The trunk floor is one of the few areas that might actually support something over 4 pounds without falling out on the road.
Would that make your car an import and require metric wrenches?
I have a set of metwrenches that can go either way. So if I find a Prius motor at the local flea market, I'm ready.
I have used Dave's "swinging" metric wrenches that can go either way and hate them... Sorry Dave.::thumb::

 

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Would that make your car an import and require metric wrenches?
I have a set of metwrenches that can go either way. So if I find a Prius motor at the local flea market, I'm ready.
I have used Dave's "swinging" metric wrenches that can go either way and hate them... Sorry Dave.::thumb::
I prefer the term "bimetric wrenches.

 

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