Posted by Fuddy Duddy on May 08, 2013 at 20:57:18 from (22.214.171.124):
Ok, Ya'll help me out here. I went to an auction the other day. One thing they had was nine pallets more or less of cases of Brake Fluid. I didn't count them. some were full other were not. Any way, it was a lots of brake fluid. I knew when I saw it all I would most likely be going home with some of it. Mostly they where requiring you take 10 cases minim just so them could move on. One pallet got down to having just 9 cases on it. That's the lot I got. $27 for nine cases. 6 gallon to a case. 50 cents a gallon.
So now what to do with it all? I think I once seen on here that it was good to use to help free up struck engines. Any thoughts on what to do with all tis Brake fluid?
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