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Old 01-13-18, 10:37PM   #1
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Any good, anyone run them
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Oops wrong bars
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Old 01-13-18, 11:44PM   #3
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Looks like Comp.Engineering slide-o-links. Similar function to cal-tracs. The neoprene bushing in the middle softens the ride for street use. I have a cal Trac bars. type bars they work very good. I would assume the comp. Engineering bars do too
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My brother just put them on his 73 GTO, heís going to need them. Donít know how that 10 bolt going to hold up tho
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Old 01-14-18, 12:57AM   #5
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For a leaf spring car, the hot ticket is the single split leaf spring with cal tracs. Sliding rear spring bracket. There is a local street race guy runs in the eights with that set up and a 10.5 tire
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What's your brothers combo?
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Old 01-14-18, 05:06PM   #7
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Hell with yours brothers combo. Need more of that brunette
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I'm still partial to the air bags.
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505 ci IA11 block..heís got a set of Dave Wilcox 400 CFM Wide Ports, 72 cc...in the works. going to be a pump gas deal, should be 10.75-11.1 compression Says he going to kick Dragncar butt. LOL

Big big roller .487 lobe .876 lift with 272/280 duration. On a 110 lobe.
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I like the first bars better.
He is going to have to pick his 10 bolt of the ground and get a real one first. Bet I could beat him with 100HP less.
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Do you mean 74 GTO. A 73 is coil spring ?
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I like the first bars better.
He is going to have to pick his 10 bolt of the ground and get a real one first. Bet I could beat him with 100HP less.
He’s looking at a Ford 9”,
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Hereís my choices

Rituxan once every 4 weeks, intravenously takes 4 hours first time to make sure there no side effects.

Or Rituxan and chemo both, thatís my Choiceís.

I can just try the Rituxan see if that works if not then go with both. Chemo will need a port because it deteriorate the vins.. eventually
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No grentee either will work. Did I say I donít trust doctors.

Anyway took blood again today, no heads up that they were going to. I said to the nurse no one said anything about having blood work today, I thought the appointment was for him to deside the course of treatment. She looked at me and said itís all money. Why am I not surprised, at least she was honest.
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