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ltcjmramos

[Cancelled] Work on Cars Day, Saturday, January 27, 9 AM

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Hi

It's been decided that the next Work on Cars day will begin at 9 AM, Saturday, January 27. It will be held at my home/garage in Half Moon Bay.

Directions:

From 880/101/280, take Hwy 92 West to Half Moon Bay

Hwy 92 ends at Hwy 1

Left (South) on Hwy 1 to first stop light

Right on Kelly (Tres Amigos Tacqueria on the corner)

Left on Potter at third stop sign

Right on Miramontes at first stop sign

I'm on the right toward the end of the block

205 Miramontes

From the other thread on this:

Tips from past Work On Cars Days...

1. Make sure you have all of your parts - and that they are the right parts.

2. If you are changing fluids (oil, brake fluid, etc.) - plan to bring something to carry them away in.

3. Plan to clean up any spills or mess you make.

4. Help us plan ahead - tell us what you want to do.

Depending on the number of people/cars we try not to take on anything that will take more than a couple of hours each.

BTW, it appears I will still have my scissor lift.

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That sounds great. If there is room I'd love to join in. I want to replace my break lines (steel).

This should take maximum two hours.

Have tools, parts, brake fluid, only need a container for brake fluid.

Hi

It's been decided that the next Work on Cars day will begin at 9 AM, Saturday, January 27. It will be held at my home/garage in Half Moon Bay.

Directions:

From 880/101/280, take Hwy 92 West to Half Moon Bay

Hwy 92 ends at Hwy 1

Left (South) on Hwy 1 to first stop light

Right on Kelly (Tres Amigos Tacqueria on the corner)

Left on Potter at third stop sign

Right on Miramontes at first stop sign

I'm on the right toward the end of the block

205 Miramontes

From the other thread on this:

Tips from past Work On Cars Days...

1. Make sure you have all of your parts - and that they are the right parts.

2. If you are changing fluids (oil, brake fluid, etc.) - plan to bring something to carry them away in.

3. Plan to clean up any spills or mess you make.

4. Help us plan ahead - tell us what you want to do.

Depending on the number of people/cars we try not to take on anything that will take more than a couple of hours each.

BTW, it appears I will still have my scissor lift.

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will it be okay to go, just to watch and learn and probably ask some few pointers? and also to meet local Boxster owners :)

Of course.

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Hi Joe - I'll probably drop by, especially if someone is bringing something to do DME readouts. I already finished my front rotor/pad replacement, so no need to work on that any more for me. But, I might decide to replace my rear pads so that may be something I can save if we need stuff to do...

Canyon

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Sorry, cancelled. Am in LA caring for my dad, and uncertain when I'll be returning. I'm trying to post via my BB, and have had problems accessing. Someone pls confirm the posting via email to me, pls. Jmramos@gmail.com.

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Not sure someone else did this already, but I sent an email to Joe confirming it posted.

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