Lowes also has a good supply of fateners, fasteners.
I cannot kill all the squirrels in the parking at my job location... they are too many... so, as long as I work and park there it will keep happening... 2 years ago I extracted over 70 cones from behind the engine... and replaced the issulation. Luckily they did not like the taste of my wirrings so they ate the wirrings of a brand new Lexus SUV that belongs to a resident who ended paying a few thousands dollars to Lexus dealership for replacement... warranty does not cover!Keep in mind Miron, that when solving a problem, determining the "root cause" is important. You might be replacing fasteners forever.
I hope they are giving you "danger pay".I cannot kill all the squirrels in the parking at my job location... they are too many... so, as long as I work and park there it will keep happening... 2 years ago I extracted over 70 cones from behind the engine... and replaced the issulation. Luckily they did not like the taste of my wirrings so they ate the wirrings of a brand new Lexus SUV that belongs to a resident who ended paying a few thousands dollars to Lexus dealership for replacement... warranty does not cover!
I believe Valvolines 5W-20 and 5W-30 Conventional oils are actually synthetic blends per: https://sharena21.springcm.com/Public/Document/18452/a2457451-fe75-e711-9c10-ac162d889bd3/bab4d631-93bb-e711-9c12-ac162d889bd1Valvoline Conventional Oil 5L will be on sale for $12.88 at Walmart during their Black Friday
I might go with Valvoline Synthetic instead for 19.88 also 5L - better deal for an extra $7
RainX Weatherbeater wiper blades and 4-pack of washer fluid 7.98
I did hear the same thing and I could not believe it... and the 2 Walmarts are less than 2 Km apart... on the same street on my way home from work...I also learned that not all Walmarts price their products the same. One Walmart was selling washer fluid on special for $1.75, while another Walmart 15 minutes away was sellng it for their regular price of around $2.99. Goes to show it pays to shop around. I've started to notice this trend on some of their products especially with their groceries.
Thanks to FabricGATOR for his find and letting us know.I found a current deal on Mopar brand coolant through Google Shopping.
$19.95 a gallon for the 5 year / 100,000 mile CONCENTRATE including delivered via FedEx.
$12.99 Mopar 50/50 Prediluted Antifreeze/coolant, 5-Year/100,000 Mile, 1 Gallon Bottle, 68051212AB
These are sold/distributed by Morris 4X4 center BUT
*Important, you need to finger around on google shopping and make the purchase through google shopping / google pay. I have found that if I try through the Morris website, you will have to pay shipping unless you purchase $75 minimum If you purchase through Google, the shipping is included (at least it has been for me).
Open your browser and go to www.google.com. SEARCH: "Mopar Coolant" CLICK: the shopping tabfrom underneath the search bar. NOTE: there is a long list of available purchase opportunities. Look for "View all Buy with Google " <~ (currently this LINK is working to bring you right there, at least in my browser as I type this post)(a blue link under the first entry) you will see a CIRCLE with a tag Glogo and that depicts Google Shop purchases. Buy that one...
I have purchase 6 gallons of concentrate as I also use this in my Yamaha Motorcycle and my Toyota FJ Cruiser. So for me, one fluid for all vehicles.
On top of what I believe is a good deal, I got a 20% coupon from Google after my first google shopping purchase.
*I buy concentrate because I am not going to pay $13/gallon for distilled water in 50/50, I can mix my own.
Not sure if this is an oversight or a loophole. Perhaps it is just a happy deal for me to get the free shipping because I am several towns away. Perhaps Goole Shopping is going to put Walmart AND Amazon out of business, but grab em while you can.