You do know we're only going to be there for one day, right? LOL!MPGHog said:I'll be there. I'll bring for anyone to use:
pair of jack stands
gas pressure washer if we need a second one and i can fit it in the car
big pela extractor
I can help people w/ oil changes.
Please sign me up for:
dentwiz 1 dent removal
brake bleed and transmission oil change
oversight in doing an intake cleaning
help w/ my skid plate install
replace a few suspension bushings
Here's the story in a nutshell: The original Coca-Cola was made with cane sugar. In 1985, a new formula made with high-fructose corn syrup was introduced as the ill-fated "New Coke", and production of original Coke ended. After much public backlash, the original formula was quickly reintroduced as "Coca-Cola Classic", however the sugar was replaced with corn syrup -- not because it tastes better, but because it's cheaper than sugar in the USA. In Canada and Mexico, though, Coke is still made using real sugar. Many bodegas in Hispanic communities get private shipments of Coke from Mexico because immigrants are used to its taste and prefer it over the corn-syruped U.S. Coke.ALCO said:I have thrown 24 cans of Coke in the trunk to bring down. Not much of a soda pop drinker myself but I understand there's some who prefer the taste of Canadian Coke?
this time i'm there first to dismantle my car before i have to get dirty with the suspentions......tongsli said:I just re-confirmed Dent Wiz's attendance to Impexfest. Remember, they can do any car with a door ding.
1/2 price on dent wiz services is fantastic! Take advantage of it while you can.
I know they will be busy just like last year!
Yeah, that's because it flat-out TASTES BETTER! You can also get it as the Kosher-for-Passover version. Additionally, you can get Dr Pepper from Dublin, TX in the original cane sugar recipe. (yes, I am a soda geek.)vwestlife said:Many bodegas in Hispanic communities get private shipments of Coke from Mexico because immigrants are used to its taste and prefer it over the corn-syruped U.S. Coke.
I'll also bring my Motiv bleeder, if anyone needs to borrow it.meganuke said:childishidealism--no problem.
I'll be swapping out the ABS pump and obviously bleeding the brakes. If anyone has done this before, a bit of supervision would be appreciated. Unfortunately, my wife's car just ate its alternator last night, so that puts off the purchase of the Motive bleeder before this GTG. I hope there will be a few to go around.
Justler said:I'll bring along my Pela, Motiv and suspension tools (knuckle splitter and strut bolt wrench). Would certainly appreciate being able to borrow some timing belt tools, and a person that could instill a little bit of wisdom from time to time on the more critical points of a timing belt/water pump change.
Is there a no beer policy on/around ImpexFest facilities?
I'll also be installing the splice version of the 3-blink turn signal mod.
You Beast! Riding roughshod over the poor TDIers with stars in their eyes!mikeyworks said:Again, not trying to be a dictator here, Thanks,
Shaggy28 said:...about bringing my commuter out around all the enthusiasts. I've tried different "over the counter" crap for a year now to get pine sap off my car and I'm embarrased. Cheap apartment last year with assigned parking... I didn't realize until it was too late and then I had no choice anyway. I've still got numerous spots. Anybody got any ideas I could try this weekend or got anything they've used that they would be willing to let me try? I figured this would be as good a place as any to find some finish savvy people.
Just kidding about the cold feet. Looking forward to meeting everyone on Saturday!