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Old 10-24-2003, 07:45 PM   #1
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hydraulics

give me info on hydraulics... price, how to hook up, best kind, anything. im young and know absolutely nothing except that i want hydraulics on my car.
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Old 10-24-2003, 07:50 PM   #2
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Well, thats one way to destroy a fine automobile.


Try asking in the Honda section, they would probably know more about it.

Also, try not to bark orders. You wont get much responce by saying 'give me' at the beginning of your post. Just state it as question, you'll probably get more feed back.
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Re: hydraulics

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Well, thats one way to destroy a fine automobile.


Try asking in the Honda section, they would probably know more about it.

Also, try not to bark orders. You wont get much responce by saying 'give me' at the beginning of your post. Just state it as question, you'll probably get more feed back.


right on RedNeck383 .

the only info i can give is , i think PEP BOYS sells the fuzzy dice that hang from your rearview mirror ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, that will soon be on the floor from all the bouncing
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Hey, if you want to get your wheels off the ground the right way... Let me know... I know how to do that.

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Kidding aside...

ProHopper.com

Has a How-To section... hope that helps.

And since you state you don't know much, I'll introduce you to your new best friend. Say hello to Mr. Google. He can take you to jabillions of websites that tons of information on whatever you need.
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Re: hydraulics

Do people still do hydraulics? I thought that was soooo '90s.
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Do people still do hydraulics? I thought that was soooo '90s.
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