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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:32 AM   #81
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:33 AM   #82
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@kickstand ...come on dude, dont make things worse. just leave it alone.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:34 AM   #83
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Problem there is pretty much everything is 2000 or older. A few 2003, 2004, and 2005 and those are things like Kia Sedona's etc, nothing newer.
Am I reading the price list right? I can bu a P.C.V. Valve for $.49 and get a warranty for $.05?
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:34 AM   #84
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well i was just saying it could be something cool to build/have if you couldnt afford an H1 or a humvee. they arent that common.
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+ They're built in America.

Hell, you could buy a stripper 2500HD pickup new for $28K, throw the body on for another $10K and be all "Hummer-ish" for under $40K.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:34 AM   #85
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Am I reading the price list right? I can bu a P.C.V. Valve for $.49 and get a warranty for $.05?
That's what it looks like.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:37 AM   #86
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Am I reading the price list right? I can bu a P.C.V. Valve for $.49 and get a warranty for $.05?
Don't forget the dipstick for $.99 and a $.10 warranty!
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Problem there is pretty much everything is 2000 or older. A few 2003, 2004, and 2005 and those are things like Kia Sedona's etc, nothing newer.
they have new stuff sometimes. but they get picked quick
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i thought there wasnt anything there before..... you guys are going to pick this place clean now
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:40 AM   #89
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I would still pay 190 for one that needed to be rebuilt. As long as it wasn't a giant box of parts pulled out of the crusher.
No you wouldn't.

You have to pull it yourself - everything rusted together - with a horrible / scary gantry crane you wouldn't trust to lift a motorcycle.

You're too damned lazy to even think about all of that manual labor.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 11:40 AM   #90
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I understand there are some people that have nothing better to do then run off at the mouth here. I have met a couple of these people in person and they dont have much to say when you see them face to face.
you do not scare me...not even alittle
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No you wouldn't.

You have to pull it yourself - everything rusted together - with a horrible / scary gantry crane you wouldn't trust to lift a motorcycle.

You're too damned lazy to even think about all of that manual labor.
that thing is scary.

and you cant bring in air tools, or torches. they provide torches for like $20 and they wont cut some things
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No you wouldn't.

You have to pull it yourself - everything rusted together - with a horrible / scary gantry crane you wouldn't trust to lift a motorcycle.

You're too damned lazy to even think about all of that manual labor.
Mexicans my friend...mexicans. First I stop by Taco Bell for fuel, then I stop by Home Depot for the labor, then I head on out to claim my engine!

But yes, I am way too damned lazy for all that manual labor.
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and you cant bring in air tools, or torches. they provide torches for like $20 and they wont cut some things
This is beginning to sound like less and less of a smokin deal by the moment.

I iz sadz

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Mexicans my friend...mexicans. First I stop by Taco Bell for fuel, then I stop by Home Depot for the labor, then I head on out to claim my engine!

But yes, I am way too damned lazy for all that manual labor.
Yeah - I thought I had the market cornered on cheap vortec heads - then tried to remove my first set.
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I use those to keep from bottoming out in Mikey's bum.
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you do not scare me...not even alittle
He should scare you, he just sent me a PM and told me he met me and i AM a bitch.....he sounds tough...i'm scared.
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I use those to keep from bottoming out in Mikey's bum.
Puuuuuuuulease....

Your 2" can't even get past my outer layer of blubber. Let alone bottom out. To me all you feel like is one of those farts that squeezes halfway out...

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I use those to keep from bottoming out in Mikey's bum.


I also didn't realize that term was a homonym.
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this thread has spiraled out of control LOL
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He should scare you, he just sent me a PM and told me he met me and i AM a bitch.....he sounds tough...i'm scared.
whoa...maybe I should rethink this?
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