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Unread 04-06-2010, 10:10 AM   #16
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I have a flowmaster too, but honestly its like 5-6 years old so I can't remember. I do remember paying like $110 to have it thrown in

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Unread 04-06-2010, 10:11 AM   #17
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JBolty- which flowmaster 40 do you have? I'm going to give that shop a call as well.
no idea, craigslist deal. I think they only have the normal and the "tuffy" version tho.
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Unread 04-06-2010, 12:43 PM   #18
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Hey guys, thanks for the info. I'll give that shop a call... sounds like a good deal for sure. Thanks for providing the contact info. That price would be far less than anything I've found so far. Any opinions on which flowmaster to go with? I noticed they have a couple different versions of the 40... original, super, etc?

Primo, haven't talked to you in a bit. How are you man?! Yeah, I'm back in SD... just renting a place in La Jolla for a short bit awaiting an apt in OB. Actually moving back in the same complex I was at before on the 15th of this month. Are you still right on the cliffs? Surfing any? Can't wait to get back in the water! My jeepin' is down to zero due to money... TJ is running well tho. Thanks again for all the help with it. We'll have to get together soon! Hope things have been going well.

JBolty, thanks for the info as well. I'll be over in OB not too far from you and all the craziness of PB! ha.

Miguel, I'll stop by if I end up over that way. For sure, I'll let you know about the pricing.

yea dude, still at the same place on the cliffs. never in my life have i been worried during an earth quake...LOL! nah, havent been out surfing. teh water is pretty cold this year so i'll wait untill it warms up a bit
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Unread 04-06-2010, 01:32 PM   #19
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Thanks JBolty, I'll check them out. Yeah Premo, I guess you all could have just slid off the side there! ha. If it was a little stronger you would have had an even closer ocean view. I'll catch up with you soon here...
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