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    2006 Playtech J-arm

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  1. Brand new set of boxed and tig welded trailing arms powder coated gloss black and never used. Arms were set up for microstubs on playtech sandrail, but ended up running midboards instead for sale $200.
  2. I don't remember what I paid for the line adapter to large tank, but it was well worth the price. I purchased it from Cabelas for around $35. It works great... way better than using the small 1lbs propane bottles. There are 2 types of big buddy heaters mine is the one with the quick connect fitting. The reason that it is a little pricey is because it has the quick connect and a built in regulator on the line. Trust me... spend the dough!
  3. Is there any way to run a 1999 cr250 rear wheel on a 2003 cr250? The axle bolt on the cr250 is larger, is there any kit or spacer that you can use? I have a 1999 spare rear wheel from my old bike and was looking to make it work for my kids bike. Thanks
  4. Looking for detailed trail maps for my Lowrance HDS-5 baja. Does anyone sell an SD card with all the trail maps on it? Thanks
  5. Looking to find someone local in OC that does exhaust coating.
  6. The best bang for your buck is to stroke it! If you have the dime CNC'd heads would do a hella job also!
  7. Thanks, that is what I was looking for. I've already sent them an email.
  8. I have an older keystone 5th wheel toy hauler. No be in back above ramp door. I was looking to change that with a double queen electric bed like the new models, but can't find any. I heard they were made by happi-jac, but can find no beds on their website. Any help appreciated. Thanks
  9. Thanks, That is what I'm going to do. I was not sure if the standard small block stuff would work. :D
  10. First time builder with a used frame I purchased. Frame is a 2005 scorpion mid engine mid travel. Initially had 4 cyl ford with vw transaxle. I have a new built and welded transaxle and have put in a used 1994 Chevy 4.3 v6. This motor came with all the front pulleys, brackets, power steering , alt, water pump, and a/c pump. Is there pulleys you buy to replace the unused components for the power steering pump and a/c pump? Is there another set of brackets that you can use to make some more room in the front of the engine? Or do the new brackets have to be fabricated and a belt found to fit? I would like to stay with the serpentine system if possible. Thanks, Chris
  11. Yes, it did. I'm going to check the codes next trip.
  12. Didn't think of that, but its worth a try. Thanks

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