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Old 05-22-2002, 12:01 AM
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Seeing that everyone is flocking to this part of the web I thought it would be a good idea to start one for the Castle Hill Drivers
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A bit more plugging for the TCS Trev. LOL

Yes i think this area has become the homeground for racers from sydney.
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Black- Knight did you say that Peter was coming to Castle Hill this Friday?
We also have to work out a name for this gaggle we are working on.
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Well why not. It's algood for Castle Hill too. Plus we might get some interesting comments filtering through.
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what gaggle are you working on?
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Wouldn't you like to know!!!!!!!!!!
Only time will tell
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OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHH i feel so rejected.


I installed a few new pieces on the rally last night, when did tamiya learn that there are different size bearings? the hubs are different size in the long arm kit, and that aluminium arm brace does an amazing job, no slop at all, i still need to get one more though, does anyone have a ball diff that they wish to part with for a TB01?

It is pretty heavy though, ATM sitting at 1670grams
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You just have to knock off another 60 grams


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photo is a bit big trev can you resize it?

I bet he would be even happier if one of them was not his girlfriend and the other a grilfriend of one of his mates.
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Black- Knight did you say that Peter was coming to Castle Hill this Friday?
We also have to work out a name for this gaggle we are working on.
trev check your email - more pressing issues on friday - so to speak...

there's nothing wrong the the existing name...


Besercoe - if you dont know now im sure you soon will... and everyone thought autosalon was big!
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what are you cooking up contact
i hope it includes nitros ha ha
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Originally posted by mugenman
what are you cooking up contact
i hope it includes nitros ha ha
this is not my own gig - but needless to say anything im involved in will be some kind of utopia - where everyone is happy!
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better be good
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Originally posted by Besercoe
photo is a bit big trev can you resize it?

I bet he would be even happier if one of them was not his girlfriend and the other a grilfriend of one of his mates.
Ahem!!!!. Little more info on this coment LOL. Hey its all good
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TJ Re the results being posted. Getting closer to the end of the point score, it would be good to have them uploaded a little sooner than the three weeks it is taking now. I know a lot of people are asking who came where and who did what towards the end of this point score. and it would be nice to get a closer veiw of it.

many people might think it is a watse of time to have a point score, but I think it is great. It adds an added interest into it.

Mate the 540 class is getting interesting now.
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