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  1. Thanks JFP, cleaned those out this spring and they were a mess. Not real active on this forum, mainly a lurker, but really appreciate your info you provide here and elsewhere. I just completed a full suspension refresh, and have spent way more than I paid for the car restoring it to her glory, but runs and drives like a new one and plan to keep it for a long time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Have around 90k miles on my 99 boxster that I have had for 2 years, and can tell the coolant and expansion tank have been replaced, but no prior history so dont know about the water pump, and looks to be original? So when I plan to replace the water pump, the coolant hoses on the underside appear soft and I can squeeze them fairly easy, is that normal? I have been going through the car replacing nearly all wear items as preventive maintenance, should I go ahead and replace them while I am at it?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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