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  1. J

    Jeep 3.6 Pentastar

    Good to know. I have a '14, 3.6 Overland, too. I'm only at about 67K, but faultless so far.
  2. J

    Half Off Tekton

    FYI. Not sure if this is true at all Meijer stores, but the one I just returned from had all their Tekton tools at half off. They appear to be closing out their tool section. It was fairly well picked over, but I was able to get a $70 socket set and ratchet that rang up for $25. Still a lot of...
  3. J

    Spark plug - what a difference

    I pictured a high tech factory instead of a sweat shop.
  4. J

    Mopar Date Codes

    Thanks. Makes sense. I’ll probably cut it open. I put a newer one I purchased from the dealer on the Hellcat. (Who was two dollars cheaper, BTW.)
  5. J

    Mopar Date Codes

    MO-899 I picked up at an Autozone. Any guesses. Thanks.
  6. J

    Best "gimmick" plugs?

    So, I guess e3's are gtg in OPE and Top Fuel. :p
  7. J

    Decent job at Valvoline Instant Oil Change.

    VIOC near me was very good when I used it for years. Since I've retired and my teenaged drivers are grown and out of the house, I'm back to doing my own changes. The Jiffy Lube was awful.
  8. J

    Mopar MO-452 cut and post from 2005 Jeep GC 3.7L - 4,900 miles 165,000 miles on vehicle

    Ask your doctor if Stellantis is right for you. (horrible name)
  9. J

    Toro Timemaster $450 flip

    Mine has been great for 13 years.
  10. J

    CARQUEST R 85516 CUT OPEN

    Nice louvers.
  11. J

    Upgraded to a new (used) lawn mower!

    Mine has been perfect for 13 years.
  12. J

    First oil filter you ever bought

    Would have been in 1968 for a ‘65 Corvair. AC Delco, maybe?
  13. J

    FRAM Ultra XG11665 [10K Miles]

    The CH11665s I use in my ‘14 JGC Pentastar always come out perfectly straight. Does everyone firmly snap the filter into the cap before installing? I only run them 5k due a lot of short trips.
  14. J

    Magic Creeper

    Seems like it will only creep a short way and then you'll be off the end.
  15. J

    Zero turn recommendations for hilly yard

    Good advice but when I bought a Toro ZTR from Home Depot, it was delivered by a local authorized Toro sales and service company (Midwest Power Equipment). It has their sticker on it to call for service. Maybe I was just lucky.
  16. J

    magnetic fill plug

    Yep. Dead ringer for the engine on my HF chipper shredder.
  17. J

    Ugh quickly lube overfilled by an inch on the dipstick:(

    A half centimeter is nothing to worry about.
  18. J

    Looking for light cordless drill

    This one has served me well. I have a heavier, more expensive Hitachi, but grab this one 90% of the time for jobs like describe...
  19. J

    Can someone measure the actual OD of a MO-899 Filter?

    Do you still need this info? I recycled some oil today and tried to buy one, but the AA was out of them. If you still need it I'll stop at Autozone tomorrow. Hellcat will need it in the fall, anyway.
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