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Old 11-11-2005
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The parking brake solution is of utmost importance to me.. with a manual transmission I can't live without it.
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oh man! sorry for being inconsiderate.... get well soon!
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The parking brake will actually be easy since it's all built in to the caliper. Even the bracket the cable runs thru is cast into the caliper. The only thing I need to figure out is if the Taurus cables will be long enough to connect to the stock long cable that comes from the pedal. Since this weekend is all tied up for me, perhaps I'll mess with it on Monday while getting pics.
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This looks interesting. I hope your hand gets better as well.
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Screw your hand, get back to building stuff, nancy-boy!
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It wasn't a screw, Brian, it was a SCREWDRIVER...don't you listen...
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It wasn't a screw, Brian, it was a SCREWDRIVER...don't you listen...

My bad. I'll give myself 30 lashes and send myself to bed with no desert.
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Oh, yeah, like THAT'S a burden -- c'mon, I know there's no deserts where you are -- you have to go somewhere arid for that...you know, like where's there's camels or cactus or something...
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Oh, yeah, like THAT'S a burden -- c'mon, I know there's no deserts where you are -- you have to go somewhere arid for that...you know, like where's there's camels or cactus or something...

Ok, I'll just send my brother to bed in the desert.
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he's already there though
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