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1/25/17
1:46 PM
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Didn’t Germany also give him a Trabant? Why does Europe want to give him tiny crappy cars? Not that I’d complain if it were to happen to me however.

12/7/16
11:35 AM
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It is a fantastic machine, blows snow, spreads gravel and moves all my spare V8's around! Hopefully your coolant leak is outward as opposed to the milkshake kind.

12/7/16
11:20 AM
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Oh no! I just bought one of these, how many hours do you have on it?

12/5/16
7:46 PM
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I’m pretty sure I’ve seen that squire you’re talking about. I have a much more exciting wagon for you if you’re willing to spend a little more. 1980 Malibu, 350 with a 5-speed manual and a posi. Just a few hours away from the Ford!

11/30/16
11:55 AM
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This is awesome, I live for driving around new places so I’m willing to spend entire days getting somewhere. My hotel is near Pomona so I will definitely check out the San Gabriel mountain area. Read more

11/30/16
8:58 AM
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Thanks I’ll definitely check that out. I have a lot of time to kill between meetings so I’ll probably be driving all over most of the time.

5/25/16
6:15 PM
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Absolutely, the big girl above has all poly bushings and Hotchkis sway bars front and rear. They definitely make a huge difference.

5/25/16
3:08 PM
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It’s not hard, but the costs add up quickly. I’ve done an auto to overdrive auto for as low as $2000 and a 6-speed manual for closer to $4000.

5/25/16
2:45 PM
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Fair enough, i do track mine and appreciate the stiffer sidewall. At least get some radials!

5/25/16
2:05 PM
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I’ve had both for daily driver use with occasional track days and autocross on my ‘84 Regal and I go with the A/S3's now because they wear more evenly, are quieter on the highway and are more predictable if the track is wet. The super sports were stickier but not worth it for me.

5/9/16
12:45 PM
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I find that 5000lbs is right around what I end up towing most of the time so I think they nailed that rating perfectly. However, in the past I have found that to tow 5000lbs reliably I have had to buy a vehicle that has about 25% more capacity (like the colorado at 7700lbs) to not overheat the transmission and go Read more

5/9/16
12:35 PM
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My concern is longevity. Do you think the Ridgeline could tow 5000lbs for long distances without a huge amount of wear? It would be nice to believe that I could spend less on a truck and have a comfy ride but do you think it would last using it to it’s rated limits?

4/26/16
3:40 PM
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Sexiest? This big girls be turning me on for years.

4/5/16
12:13 PM
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pretty sure that is just called a spring pin, they come in standard sizes at tractor supply stores if you want to save some money.

4/4/16
12:57 PM
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yeah I noticed the four plugs, very strange. I had a friend warn me about the shaft drive being more dangerous, I ignored him because a bike already maxes out my dangometer, but do you think this is true? Something about torque effect pushing the wheel under you?

4/4/16
12:27 PM
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Near Ottawa, where it is still WAY too cold to be driving anything without a heater.