2013 Results Just In! Upd 11/20

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Re: 2013 Results Just In!

Post by BumbleBus » Tue Nov 05, 2013 10:20 am

Amskeptic wrote:Image
This had better be in the book...

...that you're finishing this winter yes? :thumbleft:
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Re: 2013 Results Just In!

Post by asiab3 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 10:32 pm

"3, Knee shift"

Why isn't that in your pages about the Double Clutch Wonder?
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Re: 2013 Results Just In!

Post by luftvagon » Wed Nov 20, 2013 12:05 pm

Colin,

Looking forward to 2014! Maybe this time you get to spend a night, and actually get to do some work! :thumbleft:
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Re: 2013 Results Just In!

Post by Amskeptic » Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:07 pm

luftvagon wrote:Colin,

Looking forward to 2014! Maybe this time you get to spend a night, and actually get to do some work! :thumbleft:
Maybe we can get you down and dirty with the simple greasy stuff . . . CV and bearing repacks, for example, or rack and pinion steering boots, and rear brakes for a little black dust.
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Re: 2013 Results Just In! Upd 11/20

Post by Jivermo » Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:59 pm

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The Miami stop was the Alpha/Zeta of the 2013 Itinerary. On Colin's visit last Sunday, we turned a Fisherman's DeLiar scale into an AFM DeLiar scale. This was met with limited success, so Colin took a spare AFM body off for further experimentation and figuring. The best we got was 7/8 of a pound pull (about the size of a good southern crappie), using the whole hook, line and sinker.

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