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Old 09-05-2006, 01:09 PM   #1
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94 Geo 4dr Hatchback

Hey guys and any gals here? the old Geo is heading for the junkyard but it has a set of 12inch front tires with maybe 8,000 miles on them 4 years old on good rims high speed balanced and holding air perfectly along with the black Aero inside remote mirrors in excellent shape, lights and such . . . anyone want any parts cheep let me know. Shiny mini spare on a 13inch rim too! Yeah go figure 12 inch rims and a 13 inch spare!
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GOt it - have to keep checking my PM - hey the Big red Y! under the name icon indicates that I am on Yahoo Messenger. I also have the moon hubcaps couple are missing a little of the gray paint from a power washing and a curb but they are in good shape. Wish they would fit my xB to make it a little more aero. 12 inch rims!!!!
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Hey guys update - the Geo is now in Dougy's junkyard but not in line for the crusher yet . . . but not as easy to yank parts off of anymore. Bother rotors were in excellent shape - the right one acutally I had to scrape the rust buildup off to get down to the metal which is really still all there. No cracks or warps only the left hub needs one or two bearings replaced and I have one already Autozone stock item but never got to pull it. I hear it takes a special tool to remove the bearing from the shaft and have a friend who has the tool in his garage.
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