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Old 09-01-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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It's finally done

Did some pm on 1990 HR Imperial with Ford F53 chassie Split sa\eam on radiator in Az last winter We got home and this summer pulled front end off and replaced water pump,power steering pump and hydoboost and master cly.had replaced brakes last year.Found the best SS cleaner ever called blue magic metal cleaner.Got at Adavanced Auto
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Did some pm on 1990 HR Imperial with Ford F53 chassie Split sa\eam on radiator in Az last winter We got home and this summer pulled front end off and replaced water pump,power steering pump and hydoboost and master cly.had replaced brakes last year.Found the best SS cleaner ever called blue magic metal cleaner.Got at Adavanced Auto
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Not a fun project, but you did it right replacing water pump while you had it apart as well as the other items. Did the same years ago and replaced belts and hoses as well. Hopefully your in for trouble free travels now. Safe travels.
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