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Old 05-16-2008, 02:57 AM   #1
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These cell phone pics show my newest ricing.

I believe by way of sincerely unfounded evidence that this helps my oven breathe better.

So, what do you think? This ride is hot! What else could be said about this? Might I say I ride the gravy train?

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Oh you're lucky my mom doesn't see this picture. She'd B**** you out for how close that fabric is to the oven.
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u no ive been thinkin bout gettin some stove mods for my kitchen. that a good idea yo. whered you get the kit?

u no t he wifey, "no, its my kitchen" and all that yadda. bout to tell her bug off i kan do wut i want.

u got skillz dawg
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I'll bet K&N actually makes a filter that'll fit that range hood. Heck, they even may actually make range hood filters for real!
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My mom would not be too happy with me putting K&N stickers on the appliances lol
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Oh you're lucky my mom doesn't see this picture. She'd B**** you out for how close that fabric is to the oven.
its not a big deal with electric..
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Aw, this didn't stay in Your Other Ride. That'* too bad. We're considering another range hood with an exhaust tube that leads outside instead of just recirculating the air. Gotta get more stickers.

Anyone else make other random household appliances "fast?"
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I've been thinking about a line of kitchen fixtures featuring car parts. The central product would be a free-hanging range hood using an M-90 running in reverse for a blower...
I guess I'd have to power it with an electric motor...urgh, electric supercharger, oh well.
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I've been thinking about a line of kitchen fixtures featuring car parts. The central product would be a free-hanging range hood using an M-90 running in reverse for a blower...
I guess I'd have to power it with an electric motor...urgh, electric supercharger, oh well.
They make electric superchargers...they are called hair dryers
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