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Old 09-12-2008, 08:54 AM   #11
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Yeah I was looking at that last night when i was changing the plugs. I bet it will be a chore, but owell.
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I've had my carbs off my brute about 50 times, it gets easier and less frustrating after about the 5th time
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I've had my carbs off my brute about 50 times, it gets easier and less frustrating after about the 5th time
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Remove battery and have a bunch of swivels
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