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I just gotta say that if do any wrenching you should get one! I'm changing the timing chain on the 460 in my F250 and I don't know if it's old age or what but I'm tired of working on cruddy stuff, the youthfull romance is gone *LOL*. I powerwashed the front of the engine ( has 116,000 miles ) after I removed all the accessories. Now I have a nice clean engine to dis-assemble with minimal clean-up. My tools will be easier to clean up when I done too.

A bit of advice: when I buy items, like the pressure washer, I usually shop the returned items at Sears or their repair center by me. I've got some screaming deals there! So check them out next time you need something.

Tom
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I'm with you! The pressure washer is one of the best tools in the garage. I've found that a good soaking in undiluted Simple Green followed by pressure washing works wonders on any greasy engine bay.

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I just picked up a new 6 hp 2400psi at Walmart on clearance for $250 this week, can't wait till I get to do some serious cleaning, I have been tired of getting my hands dirty too-guess it is something to do with getting older, maybe wiser.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

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Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 
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