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post #721 of 1943 Old 10-22-2010, 08:56 PM
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Those emblems are in my possession so it is just a matter of when and where they will be applied, probably to main side of the front fenders.

Scott doesn't even know what I look like so I'm not sure he's the most qualified to make that determination.

Me ---> <--- Scott

I'd love to get some kind of DXF file on those and be able to duplicate them in on the Haas. Could machine that emblem anywhere then. I'm sure there's a copywrite though.

Hey I remember that post in your build, he still hasn't found it huh. That stick pokin cracks me up every time I see it too.

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post #722 of 1943 Old 10-22-2010, 09:10 PM
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I'd love to get some kind of DXF file on those and be able to duplicate them in on the Haas. Could machine that emblem anywhere then. I'm sure there's a copywrite though.

Hey I remember that post in your build, he still hasn't found it huh. That stick pokin cracks me up every time I see it too.
Guess I'm going to have to go back and find it! Is it post #159? How about #272? #631?? This is gonna be tuff!

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Speaking of that post, here is how the American Wheat turned out. Who says homebrew always has to be dark and nasty?


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I know where you are! Didn't take that long afterall. Now I'm gonna have nightmares!! Scott---><---Mike

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post #726 of 1943 Old 10-23-2010, 04:34 AM
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Speaking of that post, here is how the American Wheat turned out. Who says homebrew always has to be dark and nasty?

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Speaking of that post, here is how the American Wheat turned out. Who says homebrew always has to be dark and nasty?
Ahhh, good ole home brewing! Never made dark and nasty, only clear spirits that was better then any liquor store could sell. I need to drag out the old still start doing that again when I have more time.


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Oh Man Kieth, that is a sweet set up. Electric even, nice! I don't know about where you live but every state I've ever lived in that is a big no-no. I've been curious about how much mash you have to make and how long that process takes to get to a finished product. A member of my home brew club brought a jar to our Oktoberfest picnic. It smelled like rocket fuel but was oh so smooth when you drank it, almost so smooth it was scary. I'm not sure I drink enough spirits to justify the cost of making one of those but I have had interest. Nice setup for sure.

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isn't it technically all illegal if you are making more then 2 gallons a year anyways? I thought that was what the law allowed you to make for personal consumption
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mmmmm.....mustang=good

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isn't it technically all illegal if you are making more then 2 gallons a year anyways? I thought that was what the law allowed you to make for personal consumption
It varies a lot by state. Many don't have limits on how much you can brew, a lot of states allow 100 gallons per adult. Texas for instance allows up to 200 gallons per year. MI has no limit but your not allowed to give away more than 20 gallons in a year. You can check here for state specific information.

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mmmmm.....mustang=good
Nice! I thought about getting those Powered By Ford emblems but apparently those come from Shelby and require a lot of hoops to jump through to get replacements.

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Any chance you will put a Kenne-Bell SC on your engine?

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isn't it technically all illegal if you are making more then 2 gallons a year anyways? I thought that was what the law allowed you to make for personal consumption
That's correct. Small amounts for your own personal consumption is allowed but cannot be sold. 2 gallons is about all I would make from large bin of fermenting apples or other fruit or potatoes.

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