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  1. i have put them on dry and with this stuff http://www.midwayautosupply.com/pm-1207 ... 39158.aspx never had a leak
  2. "A body that may very well be the body of the creature commonly known as “Bigfoot” has been found in the woods in northern Georgia." http://www.cryptomundo.com/cryptozoo-news/ga-gorilla/ Pictures here http://www.cryptomundo.com/cryptozoo-ne ... rilla-pic/ Weird if it turns out to be real...
  3. karmas a b*@$£ www.joedono.info :eek:
  4. 4.6 the inline 6? i raced a 1995ish f150 (inline 6) with my 2.5 comanche and beat it years ago. they are slow as ****
  5. you can rent the tool for free at autozone or you can get a OTC brand set like this http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/OTC-3-IN ... enameZWDVW cheap off ebay. the generic ones will just bend and be worthless. i bought a OTC off ebay with the extra cups for $30
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    rabbits can be mean http://www.nothingtoxic.com/media/12143 ... ing_Itself
  7. I wouldn't trade a comanche that nice for a 4cyl TJ my friend had one and i was always pulling him out. as long as he kept it out of mud it did ok though.
  8. "Some historians have reason to believe people don't really understand the genealogy of past U.S. Presidents. Research shows at least five U.S. presidents had black ancestors and Thomas Jefferson, the nation's third president, was considered the first black president, according to historian Leroy Vaughn, author of Black People and Their Place in World History. Vaughn's research shows Jefferson was not the only former black U.S. president. Who were the others? Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge. But why was this unknown? How were they elected president? All five of these presidents never acknowledged their black ancestry." http://www.diversityinc.com/public/1461.cfm i don't know why people are making a big deal about it Obama is just as white as he is black lol
  9. even if he becomes president he won't be the first black president
  10. :agree: Kill'em all let God sort'em out... :evil: :D X3
  11. I finally found a place that will press a new one on and true it up for $75. I might buy a new crank/rod I'm just trying to do this cheaply but have it be reliable. The PO rode it with a loose chain and it busted the case but other than that it ran good. i thought for $750 it was to good to pass up but by the time its done i will probably have over $1000 in it, still not bad i guess.
  12. I picked up a Honda 400ex that needed the bottom end case replaced for cheap. So I'm tearing it down and everything looks pretty good so far except for when i got to the wrist pin. its scored some and so is the inside of the rod. The rod is not easily replaceable because its one of them cranks you have to press apart to install a new rod. anyone know how much shops charge to do this or know of a good cheap one?
  13. my sisters YJ's oil PSI was always stuck at 80. i replaced the sending unit and problem fixed.
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