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Old 10-27-2004, 08:20 AM   #5281
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this is a pic i took out of my hotel room window.
From that picture, I remembered instanly!!!! Steak n Egg!!!! 3.99!!!! And its a BIG STEAK!!!!!!!!
Grreat pictures!!
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Old 10-27-2004, 09:13 AM   #5282
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Welcome back Jason.
I called about 4 weeks ago and left my credit card# w/the lady answering the phone there, and told her I would like a Battery brace. She said you would be making them and would send one out. this was a little while ago..just after all the storms and such down there. Do you still have that or do I need to call again?

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Old 10-27-2004, 10:39 AM   #5283
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Acyrier:

Hi,

I would call again and ask about the batery strap again. I know things are really hectic at the shop right now.

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i still have the order buddy.i am behind right now and will try to get it out to you by the end of the week.we will not charge your credit card until it is shipped.sorry for the inconvenience
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Old 10-27-2004, 06:47 PM   #5285
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Poor guy, Vacations are nice but not when you have to come home to chaos. Maybe you need to hire an assistant to take the load off? (hint, me, me) Just dont burn yourself out trying to catch up that defeats the point of relaxing on vacation.
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Old 10-27-2004, 08:22 PM   #5286
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Speedie:

Hi,

I agree with you about Jason getting some help.....I like you would like to be that person. storms every weekend rain every day nice weather all year round. both Kart and onroad/offroad tracks close by........Jason would be lucky to see me once a week!!!!!!!!!!

Jason:

Hope your meds are helping. also hope things slow down some at work too. not working for awhile. migraines are killing me.

Ray:

Hi,

will call you later.


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Old 10-27-2004, 09:02 PM   #5287
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Sinuses huh Jason. I have suffered with this my whole life it sux. Your going to think Im crazy but there is a few simple things you can do to help. One is humming, sounds stupid right. Wrong it helps alot, it increases airflow through your nostrills and helps drainage. Also passes time. The other is flushing out your nasal passaged with salt water. Its weird to flush water through your nose but it helps alot also. Just a teaspoonfull of non iodized salt in a bottle of water with a pinch of baking soda. It flushes out all the bacteria, and thins the mucus. It helpsto warm it up first. Thats it for doctor Speedie, It helps me alot tho. Especially here in Wisconsin where pollen comes in waves and your not alwayse used to it.
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i still have the order buddy.i am behind right now and will try to get it out to you by the end of the week.we will not charge your credit card until it is shipped.sorry for the inconvenience
Thanks, Sorry to sound rude, I just wanted to make sure it was still going to happen.

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protc3 - Do you think you'll be able to get the 12th kits out the door by this weekend?
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Ya Jason... what do you do all day???? I think he talks on the phone and plays pac man on the puter!!!
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Wha-whta?? Jason playing pac man instead of working on our stuff?-are you crazy Wayne.... its Ms Pac Man. thank you very much.
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Hey All you BMI Drivers .. Have a great time running this weekend . where ever you may be running.. and HAPPY HALLOWEEN to All that have to take the kids out for candy....,
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Default NTC3 steering on electric TC3 Qs

OK I have the BMI chassis on my TC3 and I'm in the middle of installing the NTC3 steering on it. I noticed the BMI chassis has 2 sets of holes where the NTC3 set-up might bolt up to...? Is there a choice in which holes to use for this....? I tried searching this thread but I gave up after an hour...

Any help and/or pics would be great! Thanks.
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Old 10-28-2004, 09:47 PM   #5294
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Jason-When would be the best time to get ahold of you tomorrow?
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OK I have the BMI chassis on my TC3 and I'm in the middle of installing the NTC3 steering on it. I noticed the BMI chassis has 2 sets of holes where the NTC3 set-up might bolt up to...? Is there a choice in which holes to use for this....? I tried searching this thread but I gave up after an hour...

Any help and/or pics would be great! Thanks.
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