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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All depends on what you are trying to calculate.
- fuel consumption? Basic mathematics.
- Self owned and lifetime depreciation? Lots of variables but basic mathematics
- Stolen? Depends on how far you get.
Posted on Jul 02, 2016
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Best and cheapest to fix is to replace vacuum lockers with manual lockers. It is easy to do. Only 6 bolts per front wheel. This is the most trusted way of 100% engagement.
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