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ozbilt wrote


The better ones in repop are the dry batteries now avail



www.batterycentralmall.../S24F.html


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Suspect 67 - www.mustangtech.com.au.../t=52.html

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If you look around they are cheaper than that link.

P.s. Thanks for pointing out my skim reading mishap!


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here are some pics -

autolitestuff.shutterf...ctures#n_5

if you have problems viewing it... i'll be sticking them on photobucket later. can't access that at work


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How do you blokes know this stuff?

I am hard up remembering what key goes where (after I find them).


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Ask lots of questions and never stop learning!

I've been going to Mustang University since i bought my car (over 3 years now) and i am still learning tons about them through different forums, websites and hands on experience. i can spot modifications a mile away now, however i'm still not very mechanically minded and don't know the names of all the bits and how things work...

i missed those lectures...


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Ausjacko wrote
How do you blokes know this stuff?

I am hard up remembering what key goes where (after I find them).
Hey Jacko, I once heard the great Filipino cleric, Cornfiscus, tell a large gathering these jewels of wisdom --

"one has to stop talking to actually learn"! Poke


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Your a hard man Nuts.
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Hey guys,
I have an old sealed one that no longer works. How do I tell what year it was made?


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On the bottom there should be a moulded circle, it should be easy to work ut out from there, byt be careful, the caps vent. Stick it on a table with it half over the edge and feel for makings. Dont tip it over.


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