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Read the number off of it and call your dealers parts dept.
 

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Mine's labeled... "Trunk Sweep"

Just put on your 'readers' and give it a little twist - the print's small and on the underside.

I read somewhere that attachments must be purchased separately.
 

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S&W Model 629 - 44 Magnum ??? Wimpy.

MY Mustang is protected with a REAL handgun. S&W Model 500 Magnum. Something like: '..go ahead, TRY to steal my car..."

As for the thingy in the truck, it just has to be the 2006 Ford minature Flux Capacitor.
 

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Wirelessscottie said:
As for the thingy in the truck, it just has to be the 2006 Ford minature Flux Capacitor.
My how times change. In a world, actually America, where we super size everything, Ford comes out with a flux capacitor that is smaller. What will they think of next? A clock on you wrist? :laugh:
 

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A hole for the S&W...?? thought it made holes...?? Us girls (and Mel Gibson) favor the 'tiny' 9 mm Beretta... metric make me feel all warm and toasty!!
 

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It a knutson valve that controls the whatchacall it switch.
 

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I called Jerry Lundegaard and he told me it was the TruCoat reservoir hose...they come pretty much standard on all vehicles now, donchaknow...:shigrin
 

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Wirelessscottie said:
S&W Model 629 - 44 Magnum ??? Wimpy.

MY Mustang is protected with a REAL handgun. S&W Model 500 Magnum. Something like: '..go ahead, TRY to steal my car..."

As for the thingy in the truck, it just has to be the 2006 Ford minature Flux Capacitor.
The model 500 is my next one. That will be a strict hunting and range gun though. The .44 is ideal for what I want for defense, due to the balance of power, accuracy, and manageability. I'm not a large person, 5'6" and 185lbs. Handling the .500 in a combat situation is a little unrealistic (for me).

I'm sure Clint Eastwood carries one now though.
 

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A hole for the S&W...?? thought it made holes...?? Us girls (and Mel Gibson) favor the 'tiny' 9 mm Beretta... metric make me feel all warm and toasty!!
I like the M9, I just don't have faith in the 9mm. I know this is silly (completely mental) b/c it's about the same as a .38 in actual ballistic performance, and I've carried a little S&W lightweight .38 for years.

The m9 is quite accurate, very manageable, very little recoil, high magazine capacity, and cheap to shoot. It's a great choice for a combat sidearm.

There is a .40 version, the 96, that I love.

But the thingie in the trunk...I still say it's a shart separator valve!
 

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Bucket

Reminds me of how we used to send new guys in the Navy up forward with a bucket to get some freon. The a-gangers would fill it up for them and by the time they got back to the engine room the bucket would be empty...
 

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I like the metric cresent wrench gag or the bucket of grinding sparks... :)
 

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Reminds me of how we used to send new guys in the Navy up forward with a bucket to get some freon. The a-gangers would fill it up for them and by the time they got back to the engine room the bucket would be empty...
I was sent to the company GySgt to get the keys to the Humvee...I was a boot E2 PFC.

People have been sent to supply to pick up 50 yards of flight line.

Also, being a tech person, another favorite is "go to supply and pick up some frequency grease to lube the processor."

But the thingie in the trunk is a shart separator.
Better not let it go bad on you.
 

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+1 on the blinker fluid. My grandfather's favorite trick before he make petty officer was to send his newest apprentices to check the batteries in the sound powered phones.

I personally keep a SIG Sauer P229 in .40 S&W on the floor behind the passender seat or next to me in the seat when I'm in the car since I live and drive drive downtown a lot. It's funny this topic should pop-up I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for mounting a holster or a better way to secure the pistol from sliding around?

On a side note the trunk is big enough for my shooting bag, a .50 cal ammo can, one M1 garand, an Enfield, two finn mosins, and an AR-15 without loading the car down to heavy. How's that for trunk space :bounce2::gringreen




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My little .380 Walther PPK fits in the center console rather nicely.
 

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I always love to follow a thread when someone asks about an unknown part they find. :laugh:
 

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Does it really matter what it is?? If we as much as touch it we'll be voiding the warranty on the vehicle. Anyway, I pulled the switch and a parachute ejected from the hood......... Not covered under warranty..........
 

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Does it really matter what it is?? If we as much as touch it we'll be voiding the warranty on the vehicle. Anyway, I pulled the switch and a parachute ejected from the hood......... Not covered under warranty..........
I wish my 'chute would jump out the back yo
 
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