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Old February 17th, 2014, 09:42 AM
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good, on to a better subject

when I seen Champion the first thing I thought was Autolite, Autolites have been good to me on carbed engines as it's hard for them to foul on a rich condition, or if you not good a working a manual choke


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I've ran the Autolite's, didn't really have a problem with them persay, just piece of mind, Made in Mexico vs Made in China. The Pro Series Wires are USA made.
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Truck is tuned up and running WAY better

My damned rod fell out of the driver side door this time, so now I gotta take the panel off and get the actuator rod in the cylinder end correctly, guess I didn't have it all the way in and the plastic piece didn't come over and hold it in place.
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Got some new plans in the works as well. Stay tuned.
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Here's how she was when I brought her back home, the hood is up cause I had changed the plugs out:







He painted the hubcaps, the rear bumper, pulled the trim off the passenger side of the truck, threw all my receipts for the shit I bought for the truck in the trash, ripped my CB out, nicotined up the interior from all the cigarettes he smoke
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Doesn't look too bad, could be worse.


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