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Answered: Is 9 gauge a strong steel for a fence?

Yes, 9 gauge is used for a lot of commercial jobs, as well as heavy duty residential jobs. If you are considering any coated steel products, you want to find out whether the 9 gauge is the overall after the coating, or if the steel itself is actually 9 gauge before the coating.

Answered: What is the best lubricant to use for Pull-Rite 5th Wheel Hitches?

Unlike Renner, I don't think it is HOW YOU DRIVE that makes the difference. It's about how you park it. You just can't beat this one; I always keep some in my RV when towing it: [[[[[[[[[ AOL is VERY SORRY. It could not paste in my Picture of Miss Lube"]]]]]]] Works wonderfully~

Answered: Can a tire be switched from standard wheels to Mag wheels at anytime?

As long as they're the right size to fit the wheels, yes.

Answered: Help with gas gauge

One end is at usually at the center of the top of the fuel tank, where the gas gauge and fuel lines are mounted together, but I'm not positive sure for your vehicle. Sometimes they are along one side on top. This runs in a harness to the bus that connects to a harness through the firewall. From ...

Answered: Tire and wheel matching

the rim size and width are ok.

Answered: Will a Wheel with a bolt pattern of 5/120 Fit my 1994 Camaro Z28

It probably may fit though it requires confirmation since most of the wheel patterns are not compatible. http://4wheelonline.com/KMC_Wheels.136045
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I have the deep wheel tool ,we are having a ...

Then use a steel pipe over a breaker bar for leverage. A ¾" drive bar works best.

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I need a fuel gauge

Princess Auto admits they sell all their 3 pac gauges with chrome rings but do not have a gas gauge to match. They only have a black ring gas gauge. I will have to change to another supplier. Bill