Crossword Puzzle: October 2008 -

Crossword Puzzle: October 2008

1. Dimensions defining cylinder displacement (4,3,6)
8. Explosive ’07 Dodge model
9. Type of abnormal tire-tread wear
10. Diesel equivalent of gasoline octane
11. Hot-rod cylinder count, commonly
13. Piston-ring specification (3,3)
15. Safety device, trunk ____ latch
18. Term for replaceable cylinder sleeve
20. Cylinder inlets and outlets, ____ valves
23. Periodic engine-maintenance tasks (4,3)
24. Wheel center spacing, front or rear
25. Tailgates another race car
26. A car, slangily

1. One side of V-6 or V-8 engine
2. A recycled tire
3. Word on Hawaii’s license plates
4. No-____ sticker, a.k.a firm price
5. Synonym for valve lifters
6. Circular-rubber sealing device (1,4)
7. Big-rig wheel count, often
12. Flat-tire description
14. Dashboard channel (3,4)
16. CAFE is Corporate ____ Fuel Economy
17. Vertical support behind front door (1,4)
19. Kawasaki for a Japanese warrior
21. Fastener-thread spacing
22. Snowbelt roof-rack cargo

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