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Crandis16

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Crandis16 last won the day on July 9 2012

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About Crandis16

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  • Birthday 12/16/1990

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    Middlefield, Ohio
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    Outdoors, Bass, Engineering, going fast, being loud

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  1. so, my alternator seems to have spontaneously combusted.

  2. god dammit, it's getting warmer and all I want to do is have somewhat of a system setup instead of buying parts like clutches and exhausts

    1. Carbon

      Carbon

      I literally just replaced my clutch and exhaust last week

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  5. I don't know what people call you an asshole, how can they see you as an asshole when you go around doing awesome stuff like this for guys who get screwed over. What you are doing is great, keep it up
  6. It's always something when running an older car

  7. i think i will probably just drop a new motor in it. We have a place called Attarco here that sells Japanese motors for older cars like this. Problem is, i have NO clue what kind of motor it takes. I could put it in myself, but i don't want to. Probably pay someone to do it who could use some cash. Any local takers? Have you checked the forums to see what engines are compatible for a direct engine swap?
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  9. Whatever floats your bubble dude. Sometimes I switch it up. I can screw through the holes in the rubber just fine, but my large screws don't like to come out through the rubber. I'm going to try socket head cap screws next with the female machine thread end to hold it.
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