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post #1 of 13 Old 05-14-2013, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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21 And Counting

21 and counting = the number of times Willys has recommended Pinesol as a carb cleaner. I'm convinced he's getting a commission or has shares in the Clorox Company.
I don't know if we should allow this. I think he may have to become a forum supporting vendor.


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Hey......have you tried the Pinesol yet? Don't knock it until you have...besides I need the commission!

It's a great hand cleaner also......oh yeh, cleans your toilet too....lol.

Hey I just thought of something.....if you fill your toilet up with it, place a cardboard plug in the bottom dismantle your carb and drop her in, you can clean the carb, your toilet and your hands in one motion!!! Just don't flush ....lol.

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Willys. Is that you starting at 47 seconds in???


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Damn I was told no-one would ever see that!!!

That's it no more advertisements for Pinesol!

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Thanks klr4evr! I needed a laugh tonight!

It's not a Tractor....It's a LOCOMOTIVE!! Chugga Chugga
Woooo WOOOOO!!!!!
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Damn I was told no-one would ever see that!!!

That's it no more advertisements for Pinesol!

Good sport, lol.

Hey here's a deal just for you.

http://tinyurl.com/bo24mn9

Enter THE BEST TIP YOUR MOM OR GRANDMOTHER TAUGHT YOU FOR KEEPING YOUR HOME AND LIFE RUNNING SMOOTHLY

and receive a 50 off coupon for PineSol


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Thanks...I'm all over it! Carb cleaning by Grama!!!

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Funny I wasnt offered any free samples last time at his house
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I have a better idea and if it works as well as I think it will I won't need to buy Sea Foam anymore.

To prevent having to rebuild my carbs each spring...I going to stick a green tree air freshener in my air box. It will keep the carbs clean and my exhaust will smell pine fresh.

Lot cheaper too - that's the KLR content.


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Funny I wasnt offered any free samples last time at his house
WHAT!!!....Free necter of the gods.....you must be mad.....damn man....it doesn't grow on trees ya know......Free Pinesol......LMFAO....what will they think of next???

But just for you.....I could find a free sip or two.....just to take a whiff off, clears the sinuses better than ......well lets just say.....it'll bring 'em back to when they were young again......

And as for in your aircleaner......now that's just nonsense! Everyone knows you must use a Bounty Sheet!

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