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Why I never had much confidence in Kenny Brown parts

Discussion in 'Cobra R's' started by ac427cobra, Feb 13, 2006.

  1. ac427cobra

    ac427cobra FULLTILTBOOGIERACING.COM Staff Member Super Moderator

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    I still have some of these KB Delrin kits left if anyone is interested.

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  2. alexandros

    alexandros Member Established Member

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    Who can make a hardmount conversion? Price? I am liking more tire space as well.
     
  3. legwound

    legwound New Member

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    how much extra space do you get in a fox by going to hardmount?
     
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    mrmustang Husband/Father/Son Established Member

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    You had to resurrect a 7+ year old thread to ask this question?

    Really
     
  5. legwound

    legwound New Member

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    Over in Corner-Carvers the thread etiquette is to not start fresh thread on old subjects. I carried that over, and figured the other content in the thread was the best way to give context to my question.

    Thanks for your helpful reply.
     
  6. mrmustang

    mrmustang Husband/Father/Son Established Member

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    Yet you post here and realize that it is not there, and you have at least been lurking here for TEN YEARS so you should know by now what works and what is looked down on. Here we believe in fresh threads because some of the people, or vendors involved in the older threads may no longer be with us. You really are not a newbie, so trying to deflect, you will eventually learn, does not work. Instead, swallow your pride, admit your mistake, learn from it, and move on. You only get to make a first impression once. How you respond will be "the" tell for you from now to eternity.

    I'll leave it at that

    Bill
     
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