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hoss




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Posts: 135
Lakeville,oh
Posted: 2005-03-22 on 07:39   
The car looks good but I have one question.....Where is the front end?
Oh wait,another question.Why is there no motor sitting in it?


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Bob




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Posts: 351
Canal Fulton Ohio
Posted: 2005-03-22 on 11:49   
We're thinking of running it as a modified so we threw away the front end. It should be alot easier to make a feature as a modified. You don't see a motor in those pics?? Sounds like somebody was up too late racing online or something???

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hoss




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Lakeville,oh
Posted: 2005-03-23 on 07:11   
Well HOW BLIND AM I ???????I will have to take off my pure stock glasses and try some late model glasses.
I guess I'm just not used to seeing a motor sitting back so far.....I guess a little attention to detail might help Huh??!!


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Canal Fulton Ohio
Posted: 2005-03-23 on 10:36   
I'm not sure if Late Model glasses are better than pure stock ones, but if you're using the ones that came with your car they might be a bit too scratched/dented to see through. I think they sell those in the trailer so you can pick up a new pair soon. You will be there for test day right???

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hoss




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Lakeville,oh
Posted: 2005-03-24 on 06:54   
We may be there for test day???? McClelland just informed us that one of the heads we bought from you know who had been welded(alot),valve seats were too far gone to repair and the guides were loose and coming out. Alot of damage for only 6 races Huh!!We took the heads off the other motor.At least I know the castings are good.Money is now getting very tight.

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Bob




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Canal Fulton Ohio
Posted: 2005-03-24 on 09:54   
Well that sucks! You'd sure think those "professionals" that get the big bucks for stuff would put things together that would last more than 6 races. If you end up needing heads or yours are pretty wasted let me know. I may just have what you need.

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