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Old 02-03-2009, 12:17 PM   #1
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Anti-foulers

Hi guys, I'm going to be getting my F2 header soon, I remember seeing the HELP brand anti-foulers on eBay, but they are currently not there. Does anybody know where I can order these online from? Unless you know a Canadian parts store that would have these. I will need two packs of these also right, since I have a newer Duratec?

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Old 02-03-2009, 01:20 PM   #2
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any parts store should have them, walmart might even carry them.
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I was thinking Canadian Tire, probably a long shot but I'll try it out.
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I think i found them on amazon... try google searching Help and the product number from how-to... i think i found a few places out of that.
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I did find them on amazon.com, but they don't ship to Canada I think. I had tried getting some items from there before and I got a message saying they didn't ship to Canada.
And is there a specific brand of anti-seize copper sealant that people like more or is it pretty much generic? Loctite?
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do you have AutoZone in canada?
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Yes if you have an Autozone you should be good. I just went about 20 minutes ago and got a pack of antifoulers..
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No Autozone man, the only chain or auto parts I'm familiar with is Carquest and Napa. I heard from fellow Canadians on other forums that NAPA makes their own brand of anti-fouler which is supposed to be the exact same as the 42002 which is 18mm correct?

This fix is generic to most vehicles also right? Because the guys that claim they got the NAPA brand anti-foulers were for Subaru's and Honda's and so on.
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i'm sure napa can cross-reference the number or something. just go on down there and take care of it!
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woohoo! Got the NAPA anti-foulers, they are 18mm and look exactly like the HELP brand so should be good! I called and they said they only had one in stock, but luckily the pack has two foulers in it :)

I don't want to ruin my Dad's drill bit, so I'm going to buy a 1/2" one. Should I get Carbide tipped?
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