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answered Unknown part fell out of my motorcycle
Feb
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comment How to remove droplets of paint on my car?
I wouldn't discount the clay bar option. This has become my go-to method of removing stuff like tar spots, bugs, etc. In my experience, it can remove some pretty hard-stuck stuff.
Feb
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Test Gasoline for Water Content
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comment Can I use EP 80W/90 oil instead of EP90 oil?
asked and answered answered on diy.sx
Feb
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revised What is the temperature at steering rack?
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answered What is the temperature at steering rack?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Test Gasoline for Water Content
Jan
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comment Extremely high then fluctuating idle at very cold temperatures
@R I did a cursory search online and was surprised that I didn't find a clear reference to the behavior. I have personal experience with an old carburated Accord DX hatchback that did exactly this, but only when the car was in neutral (if i remember correctly).
Jan
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answered Extremely high then fluctuating idle at very cold temperatures
Jan
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comment Old winter tires on new 2013 Toyota Highlander?
@Scott I'm not aware of a reverse-lookup for wheel and tire fitments. There may be such a tool. However, I expect the reason you're asking is you're now looking to get rid of your old wheels and tires. In this case, just list their sizes and specifications in an ad in the local classifieds. There are plenty of folks shopping who know what they're looking for. I'd try "used snow tires mounted on (steel? alloy?) wheels. 255/60-R17 on 17" wheels with 5x100 bolt pattern. came off of 2001 outback, but may fit other vehicles"
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comment Proper use of The Club?
Yes. First turn the wheel, then remove the key from the ignition.
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comment Blazer overheating in cold temperatures
not too wordy. well reported. +1