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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-08-2009, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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air mix screw

i was curious if anyone had one laying around?



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Did ya find out how many turns is too many?
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Did ya find out how many turns is too many?
nah dinged the end with the drill bit now it doesnt turn



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Ahhh, whooops!

I bet Cindy has one, or several.
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Yea. I still don't understand why they sealed them... Well. I guess I do... But they should know peoplz are going to play around with it...

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Yea. I still don't understand why they sealed them... Well. I guess I do... But they should know peoplz are going to play around with it...
You can thank our Government and tree huggers, it's an EPA regulation to cut down on "green House" gases, because of the Global warming BS.


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I'm kind of a tree hugger, and I don't think global warming is BS.
But that's no excuse to keep a man from tweaking his ride a little bit.
I sure hope you find that screw!

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I have an extra one now that I have new carbs on the way. If you send a PM I will get your address and get it moving your direction.

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I'm kind of a tree hugger, and I don't think global warming is BS.But that's no excuse to keep a man from tweaking his ride a little bit.
I sure hope you find that screw!
You should come up to Alberta in January or February for a couple of weeks during a Minus 30*cold spell, and you would be all in favor of global warming!! <BG> It`s hard to believe in any kind of global warming when you are working outside intemperatures like that.

I`m not giving you a hard time msh, mankind has certainly managed to turn ever increasing areas of this world into wastelands and cesspools.

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You should come up to Alberta in January or February for a couple of weeks during a Minus 30*cold spell, and you would be all in favor of global warming!! <BG> It`s hard to believe in any kind of global warming when you are working outside intemperatures like that.

I`m not giving you a hard time msh, mankind has certainly managed to turn ever increasing areas of this world into wastelands and cesspools.
Unfortunate, but true! There is only one earth, and it's resources are limited.

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