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Old 09-13-2011, 07:05 PM   #1
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It's Time!

Well guys, it is the middle of September and October Ball is just around the corner, along with old man Winter.

You made it through the Summer, so now is the time to give your cooling system the once over. Don't wait until there is snow on the ground or -50 outside. Get out there with a cold one, turn on the Game, and do yourself right.

A new Rad Cap, T-Stat, Flush and Fresh Antifreeze will keep you warm and toasty through the winter. And while you're in the mood, pick up a new Fuel Filter too. The whole list won't run $50.

Here is a little more info. http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbul...+system+advice

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