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umm 100 in MN with humidity.. id bet its the same or worse here..and its been 95+ for like weeks

..better yet come here in the winter.. and try to fix yer ride...-30*. with the nub'n of hands you have after about 2min of trying to use em lol



we are teh kings of extreme here... 70 one day.. 0 the next.. its crazy but keeps **** interesting

**** yer couch Andy. Your cold coldest days i skinny dip in the ocean.. I'm gonna rock your winters like a hurricane.

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umm 100 in MN with humidity.. id bet its the same or worse here..and its been 95+ for like weeks

..better yet come here in the winter.. and try to fix yer ride...-30*. with the nub'n of hands you have after about 2min of trying to use em lol



we are teh kings of extreme here... 70 one day.. 0 the next.. its crazy but keeps **** interesting
Yeah and all your old people come to my state to die WTF is with that dude?
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^its cause our old folk cant take the extreme temps, and the extreme temp change, here....plus we dont want any old foggies runnin around up and diein!
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haha yea... i have no prob with the old farts invading your states. :P
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As long as there are young ladies movin in to take their places I'm fine with it. Old people smell bad and drive slow.
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Oh there are plenty-o younge ladies here....but then again Florida has a ton of bikini clad hotties runnin around....
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Oh there are plenty-o younge ladies here....but then again Florida has a ton of bikini clad hotties runnin around....
I vacation there so dont worry, I've got it all planned out. If you guys wanna go, we own some condos on Sanibel Island. Yes, spring break. Yes, cheap hobo wine.


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^Yes and Yes! Dandelion Wine?!
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nah. A sock, moldy bread, and fruit snacks. And yes, you can m ake wine out of those 3 things.

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Or we can use my brewing stuff!
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WOW this thread went along way away from where it started.
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WOW this thread went along way away from where it started.

Yup, the new leaves are installed. I guess a mod could lock it.

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Yup, but actually back on topic....I removed the rear sway and I gained maybe 3inches of flex...any one got any other ideas? could actually be the lack of a block?
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Looks good dude

I need 1" lift in the rear as my front end is sitting .5" higher. Bigger block for now i guess.
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^ Thanks! I would go for the shackles man. blocks really mess things up!
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hmm yea maybe we need to make our own BS thread..we tend to just destroy real ones..heh

Aaron thatd be **** if we could rumble down there for a vacation..

get bigger tires.. they will flex better.. :P
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Yeah, but I was wondering if its because of the spring being directly on the axel tube...maybe we need to through some shackles on and-ez!?
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well ****.. lets do it before them damn things get rusted.. but what u gona do about the front then, torsion crank for shiizie?
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thats what i was thinkin...and yeah t-bar screw job......perhaps BL while we mess around
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hellz yea.. if we are busting *** and sweatn.. lets make it worth it.. but bl and 4".. you better have tires SOON lol.. or you'll look be mad clown'n lol
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haha...i look that way anyways!
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werd.. i look lame as hell right now too.. but i go to court tomarrow, so i shall put the 35's back on tomarrow.. i ordered flares.. but they wont be here for a while id think
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