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    FLYWHEELS

    I have 3 for sale. 1- 780,1-750,1-650 15.00 each plus shipping . small rate box 4.95 I think.
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    LOVE the pics of the stuff on the kitchen counter! If a part off my car or skis even enters the house her ass starts twitchin! LOL

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    Ha! I have had a crankcase, set of jugs, pistons, exhaust manifold, and various other parts in the middle of my living room floor. Depends which piece I am working on at the time. Not usually more than one thing at a time, but usually something sitting here. She calls my projects my 'shenanegans'...

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    when my old lady finnaly is out of here my Matrix will be in my front room with my neon Polaris sign in my picure window

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    1996 SL900 & SL700 turk0004's Avatar
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    We'll definitely need pictures of that!

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    i built my engine in my bed room ,

    you know how hard it is to carry a fully built motor with out exhuast out of a basement

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    Quote Originally Posted by turk0004 View Post
    We'll definitely need pictures of that!

    We'll definately have the pics, we already have the overhead door laid out between the dining room and the garage. Don't want to scratch anything going through any small doors.

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    This reminds me of a Jeff Foxworthy line.....

    You might be a Redneck if......


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    Quote Originally Posted by jkindt View Post
    This reminds me of a Jeff Foxworthy line.....

    You might be a Redneck if......

    BINGO

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