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Old 06-16-2006, 01:35 PM   #11
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Nice!

I like the HU mount! That'* something I will be getting too!
Don't leave yours crooked though :P

Looks good hans, hope you stay out of trouble with that thing.
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I had my SSEi up to 115 or so the other day but ran out of straight road. My car was still climbing too. If I ever go that fast again I'm going to have slotted or drilled rotors on it and better pads. I topuched my brakes going that fast and the front of my car shook like crazy hehe. Sorry to steal your topic, but I just had to pipe in becasue I saw your speedometer needle
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Pardon me... Mr. Potatoe Land ...

Can we get a pic of the puller?
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Old 06-23-2006, 03:50 PM   #14
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Pardon me... Mr. Potatoe Land ...

Can we get a pic of the puller?

I've been having too much fun no time to take pics...remind me tonight.
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Or me. We have the same one. I'll shoot a pic in place to pull to show the clearance.
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I have better odds with Hans snapping one...

Thanks Mr. Potatoe... (OMG..that would be a great radio name for ya!)
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No "E" in Potato, mush-head.
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Depends where you are ... some areas of the country have the E..

Go fry that one.
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stop f* hijacking my pointless thread already. I've been at work since 9am and will be here till 10:30 or 11pm lol. Drinking will start then, hopefully the batteries for the camera are charged and I can find the pulley puller.
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Mr. PotatoE head is too slow.


It'* convertible to a 2-jaw.

***Note: Series 2 pulleys cannot be removed with one of these for those that don't know already.***
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