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Old 06-25-2007, 04:40 PM   #1
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Looking for someone in the Maryland/DC metro area to help me with a T25 turbo rebuild. Will travel, supply food, drinks, and anything else you may like. Or i'll pay you for your time. Thank in advance,
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Somebody needs to help Tom out. I'm a little far away to drive for just a 1/2 hour rebuild job. One of you DC Gurus roger up... he's buying after all.
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oh yeah, i forgot to email you back...send it my way with the kit. give me $20, the rebuild kit, and the turbo...and ill return a rebuilt one for you.

let me know whenever you'll be in the arlington area and we can meet up, or you can ship it my way and pay for return postage.
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i think he wants to be on hand so he can learn from the experience still tom that is a good deal bud. Scot knows a thing or three on turbos
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oh...im kinda smelly...whatever, just PM me.
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You might want to see how engine #3 works out for him first ...
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it's 2.5, and number #2 lasted two full years.
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Ah my bad. 2.5 I'm on 1.0 and it's lasted 14 years ... although only 4 of those have been under my "care", so it's only a matter of time.
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