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while everybody gets rest, ive been working on my paint skills. no matter how easy the pro's make it look, this shit is hard, takes alot of time and cost some green backs.. so next time you see your local paint star, tell them its ok to look gay, just keep up the good work.. and for yall punks that think you got it going on......never drop a fucking tank that has been done up like a pair of sexy draws..what kind of shit is that...

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Well, JamesD came through with a rotor, so got that taken care of. Blue loctite and the proper torque.


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Inner pad and keep go back in.


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