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  • Jimmy - 2001 Toyota Tundra

    I had a leak coming from the head gasket and would have to pull the head to fix the leak. I figured I'd do some online searching to see what my options were and stumbled on this product. I bought it and followed the instructions to a T and bam it worked. I wouldn't say it's a permanent fix but it stopped the leak for me to buy some time.

  • kathleen - Great oil, cheap lid on the bottle

    I LOVE tea tree oil! I bought this because my nose piercing wasn't healing as quickly as I hoped. The oil in this product is GREAT.

  • Antalia - This is not for thin fine hair. This made my hair very dry

    This is not for thin fine hair. This made my hair very dry. I use it as diluted conditioner now, but not like a mask for 7 minutes. It's too much, and it will probably work better on color treated or damaged hair.

  • Micheal Grisham - Perfect fit for 2012 F250 Lariat FX4

    Finally got around to put these on this morning. All I can say is they fit perfect. I was little nervous being as there were no reviews but took a chance. You won't regret them. They just fit nicely and are proportioned really good as well.

  • Introspection1923 - Parametric Constraints missing

    Well, I didn't realize the Parametric Constraints (e.g. making two lines perpendicular or parallel to each other, etc.) is not available in Autocad 2015 LT. I happened to use that quite frequently when using the full version of AutoCAD. Now I'm having to work around it.

  • Todd90230 - Good Starter for Sophisticated Software

    This is a very good starter book that makes learning some of the features of a very sophisticated software package pretty easy. I would still recommend getting "Mastering AutoCAD 2014 and AutoCAD LT 2014" to really go more in depth if that is what you wish to do. I cannot think of anyone that has spent $1,000 or much more that would not wish to go into more depth, but to each his/her own.