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Old 03-07-2006, 03:46 PM
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if I recall, the instruction manual said it was an optional piece with that set. I was a bit tired when I read that last so I'll have to check again. P.*. Master Muffler in Muscatine, IA isn't a very good place to go for any form of custom exhaust stuff.
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Ben...coolant happens...it'll clean up. One thing the NEBFr'* like is that I know the garage floor is going to get dirty. A little oil absorb and a broom...it'* all fixed up.
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Originally Posted by MyLittleBlackBird
P.*. Master Muffler in Muscatine, IA isn't a very good place to go for any form of custom exhaust stuff.
Try down at Clarks, which is near TeStrake Bros. Kent Feeds dealership. You know where I'm talking about? I think they're good for custom jobs.
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Just curious. Anyone know how to remove that ****ing bracket on the front of the engine easily? I've learned to hate that thing with a passion. I already thought of using a cutting torch as well, but figured Ben wouldn't like that. This is just for future reference as you can already tell I removed it this time around.
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After a few days of hard work and labor, it'* running. Didn't blow it up... There'* still time between now and when he goes to Ohio though!
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Awesome. Can't wait for an update.
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