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Old 02-23-2005, 06:23 PM
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Steve,

When I first looked at the picture of the drop it looked like you had removed the windows from your front room and dropped the engine on the floorboards...........only acceptable if wife agrees, or is away! on second look it is lino.........it is lino is'nt it?

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We have a discount floor covering up the road from us, that is $25 of lino protecting the garage floor. It worked like a treat, I was able to drag it outside and hose it down after the drop. The second garage has red carpet tiles that used to be in our store surrounding the engine stand. It makes for a nicer work enviroment. The wife now visits me in the garage while I work, she didnt do that before the carpet tiles.

If I could just get a TV and lounge chair in there....
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I just had that same discussion with my wife last night. She has agreed to a carpet (removable) radio, kettle, couch small fridge and if I am naught a bed will be added to this. Now all I have to do is find out how naught?
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I don't know if this is one upmanship or just ******* stupid but I have a hairdressers wash basin and chair in mine
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Geez one-upmanship would be something like the turret off a Panzer tank or the ice chest that held the gatorade that was dumped on the Patriots coach... not a washbasin and stylists chair.

However, I do confess that is a hairdresser's saddle chair at the right of the photo above!


(Mark I just realised that you are from my home town so make that a box of Raiders Jerseys)
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Hey look where my boost was going.. I could only develop 0.6 bar because all the pressure was leaking out due to the chipped turbo housing. New K27 on its way from Stephen at Imagineautos... Awsome guy and great advice too thanks PorschePhd



If you are wondering why all the hoses have white bands it is because I labelled them all in place before I started removing them.
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