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    Loringh May 11, 2010

    some details please


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Like the fellow said, it would be very helpful to let us in on the secret as where this hole is.

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Well, it would be nice to know where the hole is!

Gas tank? You're sunk.

Seat cover? Live with it.

Body? Bondo, my man.

Engine? Oh, boy, how'd that happen?

Could be all in your head.


Posted on Nov 05, 2008

In what?

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