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Old 21 Jan 2004, 01:43 pm
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The other day I recieved the Cabin Fresh Air filter from Wyckoff Chrysler.

Its about -15C, but what am I to do? Wait till spring? No way!!

So I get on the long johns, drag the tool box over and put the filter in, no garage, my neighbour thinks I'm crazy and yes I am - PT Crazy!!

Here's to being really bloody cold but having fresh air in my Cruiser -LOL

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PS - I had other clothing on, not just long johns.....
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 02:07 pm
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-15C, that's way too cold for me, I would have had to wait until the temp reached at least +10C.
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 03:26 pm
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I think you're just trying to get voted "most Obsessed" -
http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...?TOPIC_ID=5945

Hope it wasn't windy - I can take cold, but windy cold cuts thru me.[:0]
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What the ratio difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit? So what temp would -15-degrees Celsius be in Fahrenheit?
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 05:53 pm
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LIke about 15 Farenheit or something like that.
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 06:13 pm
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What the ratio difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit? So what temp would -15-degrees Celsius be in Fahrenheit?
I could either tell you -15 Celsius is +5 Fahrenheit or you could figure it out yourself.

F = (C x 9 divide by 5) + 32

I have a conversion chart on the wall next to me[8D]
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 06:14 pm
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15F isn't tooooo bad. I was outside for an hour last christmas in 12 with a 10mph wind. Wind chill made the temp like -1 or 0. I had to scrap the rentals windows off, full of ice, and clean the snow off. Get the car warmed up for the parents.
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 06:37 pm
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What the ratio difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit? So what temp would -15-degrees Celsius be in Fahrenheit?
Here's an easy way to convert

http://www.intmed.mcw.edu/clincalc/wtmeas.html

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Determine the temperature in Celsius.
Using your calculator, multiply the temperature times 1.8
Add 32 to the result.
Your final answer is the temperature in Fahrenheit.
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For the math purist, the formula is (C*1.8)+32=F

Is close good enough? No calculator handy? Take Celsius X 2, then add 30.
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 06:47 pm
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Conversion Calc,

http://www.futek.com/conversion.asp

BTW - with the wind chill it was -22C that day...I love winter- NOT.
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Old 21 Jan 2004, 07:45 pm
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A performance mod I can see...but a cabin air filter!?!? Yeah, that's a little over the top there. You have my "most obsessed" vote Mr. Monk.
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