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i like how my single post started a barrage of great posts
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OK, just stumbled across this thread while at work, and now I look like Frankie the Laugh Out Loud Retard! That and I think I shot coffee out of my nose.
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mmm coffee outa the nose, another frequent ranger problem when u forget the blinker fluid, and the exhaust bearing goes out... damn coffee









this is great i love R-F
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I think its 88 MPH John but before you attempt such a feat make sure that your flux capactor is fully charged or a readily available 1.21 gigawatts of electricity.

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Oh and remember to bring extra plutonium, or you will have to wait for a bolt of lightning......


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Oh and remember to bring extra plutonium, or you will have to wait for a bolt of lightning......
Don't need it since I got the "Mr. Fusion".

BUT: there's no deuterium stations near me so I have to get my own. Takes 3,247 bottles of cheap bottled water to separate out .031 ml of deuterium. Sometimes I wonder why I bother...of course, .031 ml lasts for 6 months, so it's not so bad.

Sam's club bottled water has the most in it and it's pretty cheap.
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I went and got my blinker fluid checked, and I tried adjusting my torsion bars on the highway at 85mph yesterday and I gotta tell you guys, I don't know how you all do it! haha you guys are pretty funny i must say, I'll try and do some more research next time before I just post questions like that. My bad guys!

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Don't need it since I got the "Mr. Fusion".

BUT: there's no deuterium stations near me so I have to get my own. Takes 3,247 bottles of cheap bottled water to separate out .031 ml of deuterium. Sometimes I wonder why I bother...of course, .031 ml lasts for 6 months, so it's not so bad.

Sam's club bottled water has the most in it and it's pretty cheap.
Sams club, I didn't remeber seeing those in the year 2015......... ha ha.....

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Oh man the madness continues I just spit all over the computer screen I figured that laughs were done but man was I wrong.

Its good to see the new guy is understanding. Spend some time here you will be able to jump in on the hazing of the new guy.
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How about the time machine from "My Science Project" that would fit in the back of a Ranger for a good mod---and you don't have to do 88 or have plutonium.
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[takes notes furiously]
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hahahahahaha

damn good idea!!!
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u guys have quite the imagination..
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I just got cross drilled rotors on for the rear of my truck (stock axle)... I was thinkin about getting the cross drilled brake lines too so that i could really optimize the cooling and there stop much faster. Is this a good idea? Also, I was thinking about getting the the brake master cylinder breather so it could cool off up front too with some fresh air...
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And don't forget the Tornado or other brand throttle body spacers!!! That's my all-time favorite question that repeats on here...
lol yea i have one and its a waste of money..i got 23mpg ONE TIME..its always 19 in the summer and 16 in the winter...

DO NOT forget to do a full v12 engine swap...WHILE your going 88mph..WHILE your crankin your tbars
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Crazy Back to the Future vid.
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man all of you forgot the worst problem you have to adjust your bug shield to allow for down draft without the adjustment you wipers wont work and then you need rain x
to repell water lol
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[smacks forehead] OH YEAH! The bugshield...I completely forgot about that...
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[B]be carefull with the reainx youll shoot your eye out
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get the foose powerball and mark your territory
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Holy crap. He ripped a hole in the space time continueum and broughtthis thread back.


This is like crossing streams bad.
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