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Old 09-14-2011, 15:59   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bleeding Ford Ranger clutch

Will this video ever expire?

I don't want to put a youtube clip in, and then 3 months later it expires?

But this is a very cool way to explain it though.
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Re: How-to:/ video of: Bleeding a Ford Ranger clutch

Added, and I made a few very slight changes to make our directory a little easier to read.

Let me know if the directory is going on a path you guys like, or whether or not you think it could be done neater?
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