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Parts for Sale/Wanted / RockAuto Gift Ideas
« Last post by RockAuto on December 14, 2017, 06:36:33 AM »
Practical and Useful Gift Idea:

Give a gift that your family and friends will appreciate year-round! Floor Mats and Cargo Area Mats will help keep a vehicle's interior looking like new. For serious protection against winter grime and spills, choose Aries Style Guard, Outland Deep Tread, Wade Sure Fit or Westin Profile rubber Floor Mats. Precise laser measured fit, breathable layers, raised edges, factory retainer hook connections, and shape retention under heavy loads/extreme temperatures are just some of the features built into mats RockAuto carries that ensure they fit, last, protect and make interiors look polished.

For an exact match to a vehicle's carpet, choose die cut ACC carpet floor mats, available in a wide variety of OE yarns and colors with the option to add logos (Buick shield, Charger R/T, 4X4...) available for some models.

Through February 28, 2018, take advantage of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login which includes Profile Floor Mats (up to $15 back!). Find the Floor Mats and Cargo Area Mats we have for specific vehicles in the "Interior" category of the You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.



Gift Idea (or X-Large Stocking Stuffer) for Less Than $10:

Need gifts for clients or coworkers that are useful and make a good impression? SolarGuard Windshield Covers are effective, premium quality and Wholesaler Closeout priced at less than $4! SolarGuards are individually boxed; even the packaging is classy!

Find your SolarGuard Reflective Sunshade Windshield Cover under Window in the "Accessories" category of the "Tools & Universal Parts" tab or simply You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.



Let Them Choose the Part, Repair Manual or Tool They Need Most:

Make your gift giving easy this year with a You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login! A Gift Certificate will let the recipient get the parts or tools he/she most needs! They are available for any amount, are easy to purchase and even easier to use!

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Upcoming Events / Re: South Central Ohio Weekend Cruise
« Last post by toplessFC3Sman on December 05, 2017, 08:56:09 AM »
Ooh, I'm definitely interested! The park certainly looks nice, and I know that Road & Track do some of their on-road evaluations around there
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Upcoming Events / Re: South Central Ohio Weekend Cruise
« Last post by ~Groll69~ on December 04, 2017, 08:45:17 AM »
We are definitely interested.  Granted we have a graduation party to plan this year.  I need to make sure our cars are running for this adventure.  We definitly don't want to miss out on seeing you guys.
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2nd Generation Build Thread / Re: LS1 RX7 build
« Last post by fidelity101 on December 01, 2017, 12:05:09 PM »
that is really clever! should be fine with 1 decimal point IMHO
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Upcoming Events / South Central Ohio Weekend Cruise
« Last post by awfc3s on December 01, 2017, 05:50:55 AM »
Hey guys. I'm trying to put together a cruise/meet for next summer. I don't have all of the details ironed out as of yet (mainly time frame), but I do think I have a great location.

Since I moved to the Columbus, OH area 2 years ago I have missed out on some awesome meets with all of my friends, so I wanted to see if everybody wanted to come down my way and spend some time together. The roads down here are in pretty great shape and there are a lot of twists and turns to be enjoyed. The place where I would like us to drive to is Hocking Hills State Park, which is about an hour from my home. There are caves, water falls, a lake and plenty more to explore. You can check out the website here: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

My wife and I have 5 acres (part of which has an off-road go kart track!) and a fairly decent sized house. Depending on how many people show up, if we get an overflow and run out of available rooms, there is plenty of room for camping :-)

So I'm thinking some time late summer (need to make sure my car is running for all of this haha). We can drink and bbq at my house and whatever else if people want to come down on a Friday. Then head to the state park Saturday morning, enjoy the day there and head back in the evening.

Let me know if you guys are interested or have questions. This is all very early on in the development stages so bare with me. 
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Parts for Sale/Wanted / More Fluids and Tools at RockAuto.com!
« Last post by RockAuto on November 29, 2017, 12:01:48 PM »
More Fluids and Lubricants!

You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login selection of Motor Oil, Coolant/Antifreeze, Transmission Fluid, Brake Fluid and other products by Aisin, Motorcraft, Beck/Arnley, Pentosin, etc. continues to expand so you have convenient access to the fluids specified for your vehicle.

Help ensure successful repairs with Dielectric Grease, A/C Flush, Brake Lubricant, Transmission Fluid Conditioner and other new products by AGS, GPD, Four Seasons, Lucas Oil, and more.



Find the fluid, chemical or lubricant you need under "Fluid" in the relevant category for your specific vehicle (Cooling System, Engine, Transmission-Automatic...) and under the "You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login" tab.

More Specialty Tools!

You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login now has even more tools designed to assist with specific repairs. Our tools by GPD, Lisle, Performance Tool and others will get the job done correctly and can transform a knuckle-busting odyssey into an efficient, enjoyable repair.



Find a Pitman Arm Puller, Piston Ring Installer, Flywheel Turner, Cam Pulley Holder and all the other specialty tools under "Tool" in the relevant category (Steering, Fuel & Air...) of the "You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login" tab.
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Lounge / Re: New shop space
« Last post by awfc3s on November 27, 2017, 12:53:00 PM »
Eventually insulation and walls will go up. Then I can route air lines and get a lift in there.
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2nd Generation Build Thread / Re: LS1 RX7 build
« Last post by toplessFC3Sman on November 27, 2017, 10:41:26 AM »
If you went with bar, you'd be OK with 2 digits (and one decimal point) if you really want to minimize it, although you'd lose some precision when throttled (which could be useful if you're tuning it)
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2nd Generation Build Thread / Re: LS1 RX7 build
« Last post by ITSWILL on November 27, 2017, 09:21:57 AM »
I thought about KPA.  I may still go that way.  That would only need a 3 digit display.
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Lounge / Re: New shop space
« Last post by ~Groll69~ on November 27, 2017, 08:27:23 AM »
The shop looked great when we were there.  Those lights are really nice.
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