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nobody can tell me either, powr.

But after this is all figured out you'll be the undisputed speedo gear king of the southwest.


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post #30377 of Old 08-16-2013, 03:10 PM
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It's been too long since i had my case apart when I did my sye... Isn't it just a speedo gear? What's it going to damage?

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Did she have a really hairy muff? I don't know why, but for some reason I imagine Italian girls packing some solid bush.
Most of them are not Italian at all. Of the two that I actually talked to last night one was from Denmark, the other from Poland. The rest of the time last night was spent talking to actual women.

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I just want the chick... Pizza is easy to get
BTW, I disagree with this... Chicks are easy to get too. I just want a automated pizza machine at my house!

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Yes!!! Almost a perfect record breaking 7 out of 8 clips total holding the front fender on a JK... Stupid jeeps!!! LOL Off to the dealer.

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How the heck did you manage that? I just took the front fenders off a 2013 and was able to re-use all the clips to get the new stuff on?
Must be some Hercules type ish!
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Whoa where did my post go? Say's I deleted it, when I only edited it. Oh well, Khris you so strong!!
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post #30383 of Old 08-16-2013, 04:24 PM
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Plastic clips aren't exactly titanium...

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Most of them are not Italian at all. Of the two that I actually talked to last night one was from Denmark, the other from Poland. The rest of the time last night was spent talking to actual women.
When I lived in Jackson WY, there was alot of hippie/foreign/natural girls around. Seemed real hot from a distance, but upon closer inspection, legs and armpits hairier than mine! Who knows what the rest looked like!
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I told my buddy I'm not touching his rotors. The things use a sealed bearing apparently and the 'one time use' spindle nut is 20 bucks a pop and requires 300 ft lbs of torque. I don't have a torque wrench anywhere near that big.

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When I lived in Jackson WY, there was alot of hippie/foreign/natural girls around. Seemed real hot from a distance, but upon closer inspection, legs and armpits hairier than mine! Who knows what the rest looked like!
I graduated from Humboldt State.... If you've heard anything about the college, it'll make sense... LOL

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the damn hub/rotor is 90 bucks each.

The reason he is having me do the work is because its cheap.

that just went out the window! haha
Must be 2wd? Use a new spindle nut too (supposed to anyway) torqued to 295 lb-ft
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I graduated from Humboldt State.... If you've heard anything about the college, it'll make sense... LOL

Haha best stuff ever! Not that I know.......
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I told my buddy I'm not touching his rotors. The things use a sealed bearing apparently and the 'one time use' spindle nut is 20 bucks a pop and requires 300 ft lbs of torque. I don't have a torque wrench anywhere near that big.

Stupid modern vehicles
LOL I was just looking at my Ford shop manuals online, you beat me to it!
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When I lived in Jackson WY, there was alot of hippie/foreign/natural girls around. Seemed real hot from a distance, but upon closer inspection, legs and armpits hairier than mine! Who knows what the rest looked like!
Who the hell would want to touch some thing that looks like Chewbacca? That is just plane gross.
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