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Man that was a pain in the Butt!!
although it took me 5hours(including stopping to eat a steak and potato, hehe), it was well worth it..
All grins here.. My brother couldnt stop laughing.. we kept on comparing his stock foreman to mine... i cant wait to get all the plastic back on and see what she can do!!
Later guys!!!
 

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WAS IT REALLY THAT BAD ??? IM ORDERING ONE NEXT WEEK AND IF IT IS THAT BAD THEN I MAY HAVE TO CALL IN RE-ENFORCEMENTS
 

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i need to to just drop mine off of at Truegrits house and let him do it!!
 

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you goin to need some reinforcements.. And probably a heater... it was a little chilly here last night.. Have fun!! its not to hard.. the springs took me the longest, Well puttin the new stiffer springs in that is.. the stock ones are easy to get out.. i didnt pull the clutch out either. i just put a towel under it all the way around incase i dropped anything... Everything went back together.. you might want to read Truegrits writeup so you can get an idea of what you are doin.. it helped me out alot!!!!
 

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i need to to just drop mine off of at Truegrits house and let him do it!!
make that 2 and i will buy Truegrit a steak and some potatoes!!
 

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hey if you lived close to me i would put it in for a steak and potatoes! haha. if i had the right tools it would have been a piece of cake....but using needle nose pliers and a screw driver instead of a spring tool??? oh well..........
 
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