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Old 05-31-2006, 08:24 AM   #16
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LoL....

Hey man, the bent steering turnbuckle suggests otherwise!!! LMAO!

Yeah... i think i may do... the 108/27 will be fine for the huge 1:5 scale nitro track.. but i will need to go lower for everywhere else so i don't have much choice really...

I"ll let you know how i get on..
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