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lardass

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About lardass

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    bakersfield ca.

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    Or if 7767iu6i897 has 88
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    Ho

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  1. Car and all parts have very little time on them. Aprox. 3 trips total. He does get on here much or want to go back and forth. Please call number listed.
  2. Dont trust anyone from Bakersfield.
  3. Come on, you are ruining it for the conspiracy theorists.
  4. Impossible to get rid of that flat spot. We were required to run a single when I raced back in the day
  5. Anyone heard of him and his wife splitting up just 2 weeks ago? My wife asked me that and said she saw it somewhere. I dont see her In any of the pictures.
  6. Thank you. They are the same truck.
  7. Im a little older, wiser and less rich then when I purchased the wheels for the 3100. All 4 wheels on the C OE cost less than 1 on the 3100
  8. I love C O E's. My current project.
  9. How about some pictures of the equipment pad?
  10. These wheel s and brakes worked great for me on lots of cars. They were nice looking and had their place. I wouldnt call them "not very strong" but they dont belong on a 2000 lbs. plus car.
  11. Put these on a few sand cars back in the day. The ones I used were made by CMS wheel. They looked identical to the Bogarts. Dont know if CMS [custom metal spinning] is still around.
  12. All beam cars are. Also most, if not all, Buckshot cars are rear steer. I don't know why anyone building an a-arm car would design it to be rear steer though.
  13. It is mounted up side down because it is meant for a rear steer application. Mounted like this the sand getting into the rack is a concern.

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