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Old 05-18-2013, 05:28 PM   #6871
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Yada yada yada!
And your preference?
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OC btw I had awning poles out last night staked and strapped.


Now we got to find a way to keep the awning fabric phrom vibrating
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And your preference?
I don't mind watchin n-car .....

I'd rather watch a home town dirt race tho.
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I don't mind watchin n-car .....

I'd rather watch a home town dirt race tho.
Me too, as long as they don't have doors & fenders and look like a wedge of cheese.
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OC btw I had awning poles out last night staked and strapped.


Now we got to find a way to keep the awning fabric phrom vibrating
Good man, I found out in FL this year that I could tie a length of 550 cord from one arm across the matl to the other arm stops it. May try to put a clip on the hem about half way and use Velcro around the arms.
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I personally like racing of any kind. Land, sea, air, it's all exciting!
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Old 05-18-2013, 05:47 PM   #6878
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Good man, I found out in FL this year that I could tie a length of 550 cord from one arm across the matl to the other arm stops it. May try to put a clip on the hem about half way and use Velcro around the arms.
Good idea I was thinkin a small pool noodle down each edge or something of the like.
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I personally like racing of any kind. Land, sea, air, it's all exciting!
You're in the land of sprint cars, Eldora, Chillicothe, Limaland, Fremont, Sandusky and a bunch more. Love Eldora.
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You're in the land of sprint cars, Eldora, Chillicothe, Limaland, Fremont, Sandusky and a bunch more. Love Eldora.
Oh yeah. I started my business in Jack Hewitt's old race shop. There is an old guy nearby that has Tony Stewart's first dirt car that he built for him. Trost's Tresler Comet Service Center, from days gone by, has built and raced at Eldora for decades. My cousin is currently racing for one of the big teams, but not sure which one.
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