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  1. a custom built drive line will start at $400 well here in Cali anyways...
  2. cell phone/plans, wireless internet air cards, both dish TV providers, home security... hellz i can even hook you up with high speed internet, local and long distance, and you gotta check out the real time digital video phone!!! http://jeffbarretto.shopacnrep.com/
  3. if you get a good suspension kit all will be good... that thing needs a stiffer ride ftw!!! dont take any short cuts and you will be happy when all is said and done... take pics and post them up right here!
  4. go peep out some Pro Compe Xtreme mud terrains! for the dough, they own all those tires...
  5. ^^^damn guys! i feel like a slacker... take all these ^^^ oppinions into consideration and you will be fine. IMHO depending on tire size go with the 2/3... BTW post pics!
  6. it also depends on how the engine was broke in when it was brand new!
  7. i dont know a good sight except maybe fullsizechevy.com but Edelbrock, Competition, and Lakewood all have aftermarket bars... someone has just a relocation bracket also. i'll make some calls! edit: the only one i can confirm for your ride is the Edelbrock part # 5262... still waiting on call backs!
  8. my teriyaki chicken... 3/4 Lbs chicken breasts or thighs... i like both if you know what i mean 1 bottle sake (rice wine) 4 Tblsp soyu (soy sauce) 4 Tblsp mirin (sweet rice wine) 2 Tblsp sugar *grated ginger what i do... poke chicken using a fork. mix other ingredients in a bowl (you will only mix in 2 Tblsp sake). marinate chicken in the fridge for 15 minutes. you now have 15 minutes to drink the rest of the sake. heat some vegi oil in a frying pan. first, fry the skin side of the chicken on medium heat untill the skin is browned. turn the chicken over to fry the other side on low heat. pour the sauce you used to marinate the chicken into the pan. cover the pan and steam cook the chicken on low heat untill done. remove lid and simmer untill the sauce becomes thick. stop the heat. slice chicken and serve on a plate. pour thickened sauce over the teriyaki chicken. lightly garnish with graded ginger. i like to eat mine with steamed rice... or maybe some sushi! keep in mind, although i'm hawaiin this recipe is japanese style. enjoy! im gonna make Mels mac and cheese tomorrow night so i thought i should contribute.
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