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Old 03-07-2014, 06:16 PM   #16
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I would be proud to true tires with this.
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It needs the optional burners installed so after the race you can grill wieners for everyone.

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Very clean, does the grill easily lift off so you can go in with the dust pan and scoop all the tire dust out?
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Very clean, does the grill easily lift off so you can go in with the dust pan and scoop all the tire dust out?

Lifts right up, so you can get rubber out, OR, as was the case last night, when you drop your scissors down in there and need to dig it out!!!
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