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  1. i have a 79 930 wide body and i want to replace the old bulky headlight washers ....which late model headlight washer units will fit mine? also i want to know how large a rim and tire i can fit under my front and rear fenders to replace my old ones.... most of the wheels i like are 19" so i hope someone can tell me the best fit for my front and rear wheels that will stay tucked under the fender wells.. thanks
  2. inthink my engine is flooded. the key was on when i was working on the inside and i think the fuel pump keeps running what should i do to get it started again
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