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Old 01-03-2005, 03:06   #1 (permalink)
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Ford DF LTD Pacemaker dilemma...

Hi,

Looking for suppport!!! OK, over that!

Sale: I purchased (not yet paid) a set of V8 Pacemaker extractors for my lounge chair.

Research: Downloaded PDF of fitting instructions and was shocked! I proudly proclaim myselfas office worker, not fitter and turner!

Fitter and turner?: I wish I got out more! I read the instructions and apparently I need to cut (no prob but no accuracy) and flare the pipe from the cat (special tools?) and weld (always meant to take that course at adult education TAFE...) the connection!

Uuumm: has anyone done this? Should I have bought local for a deal? Any experienced persons you can recommend to help me save face?

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Re: Ford DF LTD Pacemaker dilemma...

whats wrong with getting an exhaust shop to fit it?
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Re: Ford DF LTD Pacemaker dilemma...

Unfortunately for you, you have to weld them as you read correctly. Take them to an exhaust shop and get them to fit them for you. Shouldnt cost too much and you can breathe easy(no pun intended).
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Old 01-04-2005, 03:30   #4 (permalink)
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Cheers. I am resigned to this outcome. :)

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