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Parts you have read about but could never find

They are here: KaleCoAuto.com, Your home for the rare, unusual, and hard to find auto parts.

Muffler bearings
Blinker fluid
Elbow grease
Ect.............

Check out the Lowering Kit for under $20
 

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My Flux capacitor is in the mail!
 
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I ordered the wiper blade sharpener and left handed screw driver
 
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Anybody want to get together for a group buy on the blinker fluid?
 
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I'm going to need some muffler bearings when the new exhaust goes on. They have some of the best prices I've seen in awhile!
 
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Anybody want to get together for a group buy on the blinker fluid?
I ordered some synthetic blinker fluid.
I am older now so by law(of nature) I am required to leave one of my blinkers on all the time, regardless of whether or not I am turning.

I figure the synthetic will out last the regular blinker fluid.
 
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and when you change the blinker fluid, don't forget to clean the lenses with a bucket of steam, it's good for cleaning suspension parts too,

i sent a guy out to find a bucket of bolt holes for a project i was working on,, but unfortunately living up north here, there was a big shortage, so i had to settle for screw holes,,
 
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Yes, I got some portable holes for fence posts a few years back, haven't been able to find them recently.

Very easy to use, just put them on the ground and remove the dirt
 
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extension cord for a cordless drill
 
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