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Old 05-21-19, 11:55AM   #316
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Double lol, yep. Took yesterday off ,sat around pool while it was filling up. I hate water leaks. Well its time for short block to get off the stand today and go down into the car i think. Install soft plug today, surely something has to go wrong, it always does. Found a new Company called CJ Rumbold past Pittsburgh, We talked in detail about my 400 block. They would love to do the line hone for me. Busy week so i have to get started. Thanks everyone for your input and help.
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