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Woodenhead last won the day on January 13

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  1. Says it had rear ended damage so I’m guessing it’s like you said, repair cost vs. value.
  2. Solid info. Thanks fellas. I'd be willing to bet that the rebuilt title negates any warranty. I might call the guy just to see what he has to say but in the end I'll probably just keep hiding in the weeds and see what else comes up.
  3. Seems these are all for sale on the West side but this one is in my hood(ish). Anything in particular I should be aware of before looking at a '13 Sportwagon? It looks like this would be a dieselgate care so is there something in particular I should know about that? With just shy of 100k I'm sure it'll need a timing belt as there no mention of that in the ad. It has a rebuilt title as well which doesn't seem to be reflected in the price so I'm not sure if I should just run away from that situation all together. https://spokane.craigslist.org/cto/d/four-lakes-2013-vw-jetta-t
  4. 1050hp for your boat. Triple Suzuki 350s, less that 100hrs https://seattle.craigslist.org/kit/bpo/d/port-orchard-triple-2018-suzuki-350hp/7244928750.html
  5. What they said ^^ Not to turn this into another fuel additive contest but I am a fan of Howes. I've used it (when I remember) for years and maybe it's all in my head but I do notice a difference in smoke/haze when I'm using it consistently so I think it's doing something to help clean the injectors a bit. This was particularly noticeable on my old '89 CTD. There's no way to know for sure if it's helping with lubricity/pump longevity.
  6. I somehow stumbled across this guys channel a while ago when he was working on some Detroit’s in an old cabin cruiser. He’s a bit of a guru with Detroit’s and old buses. You probably already found his channel but if not... He just did some videos on a scenicruiser.
  7. Yes, a B&W turnover ball and companion hitch is thoroughly proven way to go. If you’re not in a hurry I’d get the goose hitch installed, then just watch for a used companion hitch. They come up all the time and aren’t used much. I think I sold mine to Packards42 for $400, looked like brand new.
  8. Thanks. It’d be for a friend’s truck, he’d procrastinate over it till he sells the truck anyway [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. LMAO, I had to re-read that several times to get the joke. Thanks for adding some humor to MY day. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’ve only been down there for work a few times and always took a different route, sometimes on the bike. I’m still trying to weigh out what the best option would be for a route with the trailer and potential snow.
  11. With super secret squirrel turbos that he won’t divulge until you buy the truck. Someone should tell the guy you’ll meet him at DDP, if it makes 750 on the rollers he can have is full asking price 🥲. Honestly I’m starting to enjoy the ads for these trucks. It seems like the more crazy the price is the more it looks like Walt Disney wrote the ad.
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