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Old 02-23-2016, 12:34 PM   #61
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Old 02-23-2016, 09:57 PM   #62
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^^ he must have fixed them. The pictures work for me.

How the hell did your belt snap? Scares the hell out of me. I have been building confidence to attempt my own tbelt because my crank shaft seal is leaking. I think your thread squashed my confidence.
Knowing my luck that would happen to me driving down to my shorehouse in NJ...

I have always loved this generation. A guy i went to WCU with had a '98 manual. He totaled it i believe.
My gmom bought an 02 crv brand new. Biggest issues we have underweant are CELs for the cat and o2 sensor.

Just heard from my grandmom yesterday that they are trading it in because their mechanic said the entire bottom of the vehicle is completely rusted out. She spends most of the year down in Longport New Jersey which would explain the rust.
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Old 02-24-2016, 03:57 PM   #63
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Nah, Maple wouldn't just have it break. He'd be driving off-road and a stray turtle would kick up into the motor and then it would break. Then when he went to replace a part he'd pay $4,000 for it, then try to sell the old part as a brand new piece, then use the money to go out for the night, where he'd end up passed out somewhere with full photos of the night.

$250 is cheap money to replace everything that went wrong in there though, I must say.
Word on the street is that he got his hands on a brand new 16 WRX..already got his hands on a Cobb tuner and a Up Pipe...

2 weeks into ownership and hes bitching about rock chips and the expense of adding that clear bra on the front of the car..

Im taking bets..ANYONE??
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Old 02-24-2016, 07:00 PM   #64
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Word on the street is that he got his hands on a brand new 16 WRX..already got his hands on a Cobb tuner and a Up Pipe...

2 weeks into ownership and hes bitching about rock chips and the expense of adding that clear bra on the front of the car..

Im taking bets..ANYONE??
I'll confirm the word from his Facebook posts.
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Old 02-26-2016, 10:45 AM   #65
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Word on the street is that he got his hands on a brand new 16 WRX..already got his hands on a Cobb tuner and a Up Pipe...

2 weeks into ownership and hes bitching about rock chips and the expense of adding that clear bra on the front of the car..

Im taking bets..ANYONE??


Sorry to go OT on you, Mikey, but it's low hanging fruit.
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Old 06-12-2018, 10:43 PM   #66
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Ended up selling my CR-V to a guy who lives down the street It was time, it was starting to show its age... rust was starting to catch on, things were starting to really need another round of maintenance, and really the whole car was a bit of a pain to drive (weak, rickety, etc). I bought a subaru legacy wagon as a replacement for it.
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