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Spare key hiding spot!

Now I'm willing to bet that on a cold rainy day in not so ideal conditions, most people especially the ladies won't want to crawl under a vehicle for a spare key.. Especially when all they had to do is remove a license plate screw which should be a sloted screw so it can be turned with a dine or penny and place the spare behind the licenseplate making it a lot less hassle to get the spare over crawlin under a vehicle.See More
Mar 21, 2010
Edward B Crommie commented on Gearhead's group TRUCKS!
"I HAVE A 1995 gmc c3500 W/ FACTORY 350. i WANT TO REPLACE IT WITH A 1972 OLDS 455 AND KEEP THE T700 4R TRANS. HAVE ELECTRONIC IGN. ON 455. CAN USE ALL SENSORS OFF 350 TO GO WITH FACTOR COMP, EXCEPT FOR DISTRIBUTOR.. hOW DO i GET AROUND THAT KEEPING…"
Jan 30, 2010
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Jan 30, 2010
Edward B Crommie added a discussion to the group engines
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Olds Big block in GMC

I have a 1995 GMC (pre OBDII) and want to install olds 455 using excisting comp and electronics. Question... do they make a distributor the fits a 1972 Olds 455 that is compatable to the 1995 Gmc electronics???!!!
Aug 16, 2009
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Spare key hiding spot!

Now I'm willing to bet that on a cold rainy day in not so ideal conditions, most people especially the ladies won't want to crawl under a vehicle for a spare key.. Especially when all they had to do is remove a license plate screw which should be a sloted screw so it can be turned with a dine or penny and place the spare behind the licenseplate making it a lot less hassle to get the spare over crawlin under a vehicle.

Posted on March 21, 2010 at 12:55pm

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