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    FS: Ported Head, bare

    I ported this head last year for my ski and have decided to sell it. Nothing wrong with it, just don't have the cash to finish building it. Pics should speak for themselves and I hope that you can tell this wasn't my first port job. more pics are available. Valve sizes are stock and head has not been cut. $750 shipped
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    looks like amateurs work to me!!

    no really tho.... looks impressive, nice work tim

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    thanks Steve, I wasn't fishing for compliments but wanted any potential buyer to know that this wasn't a learning experience for me since I haven't been selling stuff like this in the past.

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    sale pending

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    Is there anything you can't do? Damn that looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    Is there anything you can't do? Damn that looks good.
    LOL! yeah, ride a horse and find a frikkin job that's worth a crap...
    and thanks Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTXX View Post
    LOL! yeah, ride a horse and find a frikkin job that's worth a crap...
    and thanks Jeff
    You forgot one....ride a seadoo/worth a shit








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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    You forgot one....ride a seadoo/worth a shit







    by no means was that intended to be a complete list of things I can't doo

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    Very nice work. What is your choice of profession GTXX. Mechanic or machinist or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    Very nice work. What is your choice of profession GTXX. Mechanic or machinist or?
    I designed roof and floor systems for residential, churches, commercial, anything that could use wood trusses.

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