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Old 02-18-2013, 08:20 AM
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Years ago my father had the same thing happen but it was coons. Insurance did not cover it....old family wagon and he finally had to replace it.

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This was just on the news this morning about rabbits at Denver Airport.

"According to a Feb. 16, 2013, NBC News report, “Although officials have been removing 100 rabbits from the area every month, the damage continues.”

Wiley Faris, a spokesman for the Arapahoe Autotek repair center which is located near the Denver International Airport explained to officials that the bunnies are attacking the cars because they like the warmth that the recently driven cars are providing. The bunnies also “find that many of the materials used for coating ignition cables are soy-based, and the rabbits find that quite tasty."
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still waiting to get truck back. went by the dodge place today and check on it. still a few more days left. they have to drop the engine and transmission to be able to repair everything. insurance is covering it minus deductible. as of right now, its $4200 and counting....
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Dryer sheets don't repel mice. Biggest myth out there.
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still waiting to get truck back. went by the dodge place today and check on it. still a few more days left. they have to drop the engine and transmission to be able to repair everything. insurance is covering it minus deductible. as of right now, its $4200 and counting....
Man, the entire engine harness I'm guessing. That's a lot of work, hopefully it won't take too much longer
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Dryer sheets don't repel mice. Biggest myth out there.
I am not to sure about that. I store my Super Bee in the barn every winter and yes there are mice there. I go through approximately 5 boxes of D-Con every winter. I have always put bounce dryer sheets in the Bee, Under the Hood, In the trunk and never have I found 1 dropping when I take it out of storage each year. Before I did that I found a mice nest on the intake of my Gran Marquis I had in storage one year.
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I am not to sure about that. I store my Super Bee in the barn every winter and yes there are mice there. I go through approximately 5 boxes of D-Con every winter. I have always put bounce dryer sheets in the Bee, Under the Hood, In the trunk and never have I found 1 dropping when I take it out of storage each year. Before I did that I found a mice nest on the intake of my Gran Marquis I had in storage one year.
I've used them in campers for years until I saw pictures of chewed on and pooped on drier sheets on rv dot net.
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