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Re: [T3] Duralast batteries anyone?

<x-flowed>If I say it's a girl thing I am in trouble. I have tried with her on , Type 3's, TDI's and my vanagon syncro..And a small 4 wheeler when she way young. The clutch, gas pedal thing just doesn't click with her. Thats one o f the reasons I bought the Fasty... Automatic, and mom doesn't like the clutch much anymore.
If I still had to deal with Houston stop and go traffic, I might not like it much anymore too. My first 71 squareback was FI and Stick and I loved it... Even in traffic.
I guess that was a guy thing... Richard

Russ Wolfe wrote:

On Fri, 2005-06-17 at 14:10, Richard Green wrote:

We figured that out from someone post. They don't show it on the big battery shelf. Just the free replacement part. The topline was 3 year free replacement and all they made was the 2 year one for her car. I guess it helps to read it all. The thing I like is they put you in the "system" and all you have to know is your name or phone number. Not like wallyworld where you have to keep up with the reciept.

When all else fails, read the instructions. ;+}

By the time this battery is gone, maybe I can have my fastback finished for her. It has to be a automatic, check, and it must have A/C, well maybe. It has the big cutouts in the front fenders like Russ's parts car, but no a/c. REAL HOT in Texas now.

Why does it have to be automatic. After you drive a VW stick, it becomes

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