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No, no, no. That'll never work, Harrier.. Those are WAY TOO CLEAN!
Not only too clean, the front axle is set way too far back.
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No, no, no. That'll never work, Harrier.. Those are WAY TOO CLEAN!
My wife still complains about the dust in the garage from that effort. The date on the picture is wrong, but it was a couple of years ago.

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Not only too clean, the front axle is set way too far back.
Ray, you put your axle where you want and I will put it where I want it. Auto manufactures have been doing it wrong for way too long. I'm trying to make it better.
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