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Gotta bad battery clamp?
Helpful Hint: Ever realized that you lead battery terminal clamp isn't going to work any more. Add life with a C-clamp, but make sure it isn't going to short out on anything especially if it's a positive; like will the hood hit when you close it?.
Rule No. 77, because you've got to be a little crazy to copy anything I
do, because it just may save you money and it just might do the job.
And most importantly, I don't want anyone come back at me complaining
that they burned down their house because my stupid idea caught their
truck on fire.
But what the heck, I did it 14 years ago and I'm still using the stock
cable. And do you have any idea how many times I've left my lights on
overnight? And how many times I've had to disconnect it and reconnect
it? I would take a patent out on the idea but I'd be afraid that the
battery cable manufactures might come down on me and keep me even more
broke than I am already.
Did your Infinity stereo go bazerk?
Well maybe it's time to redesign it?
Yeah, they tend to start acting up at about 40,000 miles.
Running an automatic transmission,
Since the auto manufactures like to build their trucks like cars, the large engines don't fit so well.
More Helpful Hints are on the way back soon.
More Stuff at Hooklifttruck.com
Lots of visits from Canada.
September 9th 2008: This week I revived the Caddy Trunk.
I think it's pretty neat, like a portable pick up I can roll about in my one car garage.
Helpful Hint: whenever working around car battery's and their connections, don't ware any metallic rings - because if you create abridge to a body or engine block with your ring - they can turn red hot in a split second. There is nothing like the agony of trying to pull a ring off while it is melting you skin
Sunday May 13th, 2007: I've been setting the 30 pages for this web-site.
May 15, 2007 this site was uploaded and launched on May 16, 2007.
That equals to about another 30 million.
Pretty Cool I'd say.
Beats collecting stamps.
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