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    COOL SUMABITCH
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    Code 29 on fx what does it mean

    Help me out guys


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    shouldn't this be in the 4-tec area?

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    Y the hell would i put it in the 4tec section, its a yamaha

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    Andy you posted this in the classified?

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    call me tomorrow Andy

    got it on the laptop at the shop

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALOHR View Post
    Y the hell would i put it in the 4tec section, its a yamaha

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    Y the hell would i put it in the 4tec section, its a yamaha

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