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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-30-2007, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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LULU's Hand me downs.

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1 perfect stock seat 75.00 obo.

1 New trunk cover 20.00

1 set of OEM shocks clean and shinny 50.00

1 oem crome sissy bar clean and shinny 10.00

all prices do not include shipping

send me a pm if your interested.
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Hey, Everyone! I got my wheel bearings from Lurch and posted his i-trader rating - so buy with confidence!!

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Hey, Everyone! I got my wheel bearings from Lurch and posted his i-trader rating - so buy with confidence!!

Thanks Cindy sorry to hear you are having do much troubble with them. I used a metal tea candle holder and a claw hammer it was made of stanless steel and was a pretty close match LOL.

Dont tell mt GF they are her's lol
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Thanks Cindy sorry to hear you are having do much troubble with them. I used a metal tea candle holder and a claw hammer it was made of stanless steel and was a pretty close match LOL.

Dont tell mt GF they are her's lol

:roflmao: I would love to be a fly on the wall if she found out!!

Mums the word man.
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Thanks Cindy sorry to hear you are having do much troubble with them. I used a metal tea candle holder and a claw hammer it was made of stanless steel and was a pretty close match LOL.

Dont tell mt GF they are her's lol
You are totally cracking me up - McGiver comes in all forms, I guess! The stupidest thing I managed to do was to look at the old bearings, and said to myself, "Hey, these are obviously the same size; and they're shot. Hammer away!" Duh...smacked the good bearings in nicely, quickly followed by the shot bearings...both good and deep into the hub.

Definitely a brain cramp on that one.

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Trunk lid SOLD

New deal on seat or shocks I will trade for a pair of XXL Joe rocket Jordan gloves RED.

Or simiilar type of glove!

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The stupidest thing I managed to do was to look at the old bearings, and said to myself, "Hey, these are obviously the same size; and they're shot. Hammer away!" Duh...smacked the good bearings in nicely, quickly followed by the shot bearings...both good and deep into the hub.

Definitely a brain cramp on that one.
Ohhhh my Gosh! That's sooo funny! Glad I'm not alone with those type of brain farts!

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