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vanagon wiring o2 sensor
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Vanny's Big Adventure
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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanny's Big Adventure Part 2
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oldhuldy67
Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Who knew the Blue Ridge Parkway would be closed? Not me.. So, on to a lovely little Panther Creek State Park on Lake Holston in TN. Lunch in Rogersville, TN and a historic 1824 inn,tavern and restaraunt
where presidents Jackson, Polk and Johnson (Andrew) once slept. We only ate lunch in a great old piece of history...just like our Vanagon..sort of.
We enjoyed a walk at the park on a sunny, 58* day and spectacular sunset on our way to Blacksburg, VA to wakeup to snow the day before Thanksgiving Day...from inside a warm house. But, the PROPEX performed perfectly the night we camped when the cold air began to move in ahead of the snow.
After another restful day with dear family friends Vanny was ready to get back on the road. It wasn't the happy 35 in 3rd gear that the Parkway promised but I26 across Unicoj ridge, with the 5000ft Hughes OK, I know it's not a novel or even new idea..but, it was for me. I needed a little headroom for short stops or "pre-stealth setup."
Now, off for the Blue Ridge.. Much to be thankful forRidge and Mt . Mitchell visible off to our left on the way down toward Ashville was close enough...this time.
The only mechanical issue was early on. The power, even with a fresh 2L air cooled engine is a lesson in conservative driving skills I think all those who seek to pass a driving test should master. She was loosing all response to the gas pedal when we rolled off to the side next to a quiet pasture somewhere north of Blue Ridge,GA.. A pleasant sunny and safe place to rearrange the kit and open the engine lid. I checked all the important connections, removed and reconnected the plug wires when I noticed several cracks in the L-shaped rubber boot between the air meter and the throttle body...I hope my terms are correct. Air could sucked in, I reasoned and upset the ECU to no end. So, I applied a little Plumbers Goop to "restore" this part when I found the clamp to be loose enough to spin around by itself..could have been the reason for the troublesome idle I have been wondering about


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
heart4Pahoa
Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
heart4Pahoa
Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
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Vanagon GW rear seatbelt upgrade
heart4Pahoa
Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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heart4Pahoa
Our daughter is just about to exceed her weight capacity for her car seat, so we are upgrading here to a booster seat (with a back) and it requires a 3 point seatbelt. I ordered this about 2 months ago and just now got the time to do it. Very simple install and I am pleased with hardware and feed and retraction of the. Our son is smaller and will be in the regular car seat for some time. Not looking forward to molesting the cabinets for the next seatbelt upgrade.


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1987 Syncro
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Eurovan T4 Ball Joint Change Generic Tool
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99 Eurovan upper ball joint change with generic tool


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99 Eurovan upper ball joint change with generic tool


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