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Offline brokenbudget

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Re: 14-16" degree wheel
« on: September 14, 2011, 12:30:20 pm »
yeah al, that may work fine. however i like to use what i like to use. i'm going to be pretty firm on kristian to get me a good replacement for the one his boy broke. the thing i liked about the comp cams one was you didn't need to use a wrench on the stub to turn the engine over (car/truck), you just put your hands on it and twisted it. i liked the openings for this reason. it isn't going to be just for chainsaws. and i need a good one that will take the abuse. plus, the indented numbers and incraments were nice when your hands got dirty. sort of like a grip on a handle :)
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