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    4th gear entry street drifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tran View Post
    awesome, now help me fix this
    thats simple, all you got to do is bring it to a scrap yard. ;)

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    thanks man... i couldnt beat the price for $50 budget, its not the best thing in the world but its a huge improvement

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    over 15,000 miles later... some chipping but nothing to bad. the bondo has held up very well and has not chipped at all. i have had the tires change on all four wheels and the machine had no affect

    wheels are off the car since i got new ones

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    lol wow Tran. Nice write-up, AP.

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    Good job...
    Owning a car is one thing but maintaining it is a totally different ball game.As with all the other expenses of daily life, the costs of car repair are increasingly getting higher.
    The only feasible way of keeping tabs on car maintenance expenses is by being able to do the repair tasks yourself.
    I appreciate you man...
    Last edited by Alec8100; 09-26-2014 at 11:46 PM.

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    did these today

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