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post #31 of (permalink) Old 06-25-2014
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Originally Posted by Joenpb View Post
I had the same attitude once with my old Ford Ranger. One expensive clean up later at about 85k miles was the remedy, long after warranty expired. If i can go 150 - 200k miles without needing another expensive clean up, then the can will be well worth the initial cost & minor maintenance.

This discussion is never ending because the sludging process takes many 10's of thousands of miles. So there are doubters. There were a lot of doubters in the 40 & 50s that smoking caused cancer too, because lung cancer often took decades to develop......

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Well said. Guys like me who plan on keeping their cars for as long as possible, also want to keep them in as good a shape, as possible.


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