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Thanks Chris!

Discussion in 'MS- CottonLand Cruisers' started by LoneRanger, Aug 25, 2006.

  1. LoneRanger

    LoneRanger

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    The guys at 49 Tire South treated us right this morning. I finally put the tires and rims I bought at the beginning of summer. (minor delay involving a blown headgasket mind you) Stabilized the ride considerably--debounced my springs. Steering is less squirrelly too. We discovered a busted tie rod in the proce$$.
     
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    Clutchee I'm fun sized! SILVER Star

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    Barry......you have come a long way!:cheers:

    The tires & wheels look GREAT.....not chino like someone thought they would:rolleyes:


    Can't wait till the crawl to see your rig in action!:cool:
     
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    Looks great, chico!
     
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    Nice like fuzzy dice.
     
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    wct49 POWERED BY AMEX

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    metamorphose!!

    from grandma's grocery van
    to a guitar playin mud man

    thanks for the business!

    Chris
     
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    Cheech,

    How many immigrants do you think you'll be able to fit in that beanwagon? :)
     
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    Bad ASS

    That thing looks mean. Mud and rocks don't stand a chance!

    Time to save up for the locker!
     
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    That thing looks great! Wheelin' on the river will not be the same!

    Later,
     
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    Looks great. Shouldn't you be throwing a party or something to celebrate?
     
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    Awesome. Love the black wheels...no bling, all business.
     
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    :cool: :cool: :cool:
     
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    Function is the form. Wait till he puts his his big dumb bumper on.
     
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    Could I engage you as a guest lecturer in my Aesthetics class?
     
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    Yes.
     
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    Greg used to use big words like "teleology" but I think it got pushed out of his brain by all that stuff about lockers and differential ratios.
     
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    Damn proud of it, on both accounts.
     
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    Whats really funny is the fact that he had to disect the word "differential" to understand what I was trying to explain to him. That was then though.
     
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    I think there's room enough in the average brain for teleologies and differentials.

    Who hijacked my thread anyway?
     
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    I'm not sure but he didn't speak much english and was driving a slammed '63 Impala with tires that stuck WAY OUT.:grinpimp:
     
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    Barry, I think you are average, too. ;p

    You did:

    OH YEEAHH! :smokin:
     
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