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Where does your pet load fall?

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Unread 09-03-2012, 07:55 PM
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Re: Where does your pet load fall?

...........if, in fact there are immature people following these posts, who cares.... not me.

Being the Captain of your own ship, if you overload and she comes apart, it's your face, not mine.
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    Re: Where does your pet load fall?

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    Originally Posted by SidecarFlip View Post
    ...........if, in fact there are immature people following these posts, who cares.... not me.

    Being the Captain of your own ship, if you overload and she comes apart, it's your face, not mine.

    for sure bud, for sure.
    You can always buy a bigger gun to get your "needed" speed. You can't buy another face. The failure I had today was a rather mild one with a minute amount of bolt etching and possibly a ruined case. If I'd been pushing it, it could have been a lot worse.
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