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Old 08-18-2003, 09:30 AM
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This is why shops stay in business and do quite well.Johnsongrass, I would have tried a short piece of rubber gas line hooke to some hard line, boosted the tank up into place and cut the old line to fit the new line. Sounds easy, maybe it would have worked? 4jaw, dynamite would have been the answer for that car, I refuse to work on fwd cars anymore, I do more damage than good. btw, Johnson, is that your late model in your avatar? love dirt tracking, late models are my fave come on out to Bakersfield Oct 11 for the Bud nationals. 100 lapper, whooohooo! Dan
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