Is It Stupid To Fix Up A 300,000 Mile Vehicle? Let Settle This!

From Project Farm.

Most people get rid of vehicles well before 300,000 miles, often times due to concerns about reliability. So, let’s go through a vehicle that has over 300,000 miles on it from top to bottom and front to back to prepare this vehicle for another 100,000 reliable miles! Includes rust repair, front end rebuild, complete tune up, axle hub bearing replacement, fluid changes, new brakes and rotors, front end alignment, headlight bulb replacement, MAF sensor cleaning, tensioner pulley bearing replacement, fan clutch replacement, axle seal replacement, and A/C freon level check.

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➡ Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order):
Foxwell Battery Tester:
Powerbuilt Ball and U Joint Service Set, 23 Piece Tool Kit,
Wheel Bearing Race And Seal Driver:
Brake Fluid Tester:
Coolant Test Strips:
Dielectric Grease:
Vacuum Pump for Fluid Extractor:
¼ Inch Clear Tubing for Fluid Extractor:
Step Bit for Building Extractor:
Seal Puller:

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Azden Microphone:
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