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12-11-09, 12:08 PM   #1  
Monitor, I Have a Question

Can I ask if an certain engine has any value in the general forum?

 
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12-11-09, 12:27 PM   #2  
How do you mean? As long as you're not trying to actually find a buyer via a post, ask away.


Measure it with a micrometer; cut it with an ax.

 
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12-15-09, 01:52 PM   #3  
Posted By: th5809 Can I ask if an certain engine has any value in the general forum?
This must be the strangest post ever. do you mean browser or car engine??

 
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12-17-09, 12:46 PM   #4  
i have a question

Never mind, Thanks for the slam

 
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12-17-09, 05:24 PM   #5  
There's nothing wrong with your question. What engine would you like information on?

 
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01-05-10, 03:29 PM   #6  
Engine Value

Hello,
I have a '82 6.2L diesel engine in good condition from a Suburban style Silverado 10, and was wondering if it had any value in these times of EPA restrictions. I'm getting mixed opinions from engine specialist here, yet none want it. I guess that should tell me something, huh?

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01-06-10, 07:47 AM   #7  
Questions like these can be hard to answer because there are so many variables involved

I would infer the lack of interest you've seen to indicate low demand and therefore likely little value

Doesn't mean someone wouldn't want it, if you posted it in your local car ads

 
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01-06-10, 08:09 AM   #8  
Or even on-line; sometimes an item like that with no local interest could be a hot enough item 500 miles away for someone to drive to get it.


Measure it with a micrometer; cut it with an ax.

 
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01-07-10, 03:54 PM   #9  
Thanks Guys

Hello, Thanks for the insight, I really appreciate it.

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