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Old 12-31-2010, 04:07 PM   #11  
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it happened on my moms SUV. we pulled off the extra parts that we could and just had to let the rest burn off. it definitely wasn't a pleasant ordeal.
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got a bag on my x pipe once. I left that **** there and just bought some vodka, cranberry juice, and rolled a blunt. never thought about it again lol. true story. hope this helps lol
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Old 12-31-2010, 05:22 PM   #13  
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^^ lol...

Well I was browsing the net last night and supposedly a similar thing happens often to bikers and they all say use easy-off oven cleaner...I tried it and it didn't work..

I guess i'll just drive around for a couple days with the windows down...shouldn't be too bad as long as i'm not caught up in too much traffic.

When it's all burned off I guess i'll try cleaning up the x pipe with some coarse sandpaper since I don't have a drill and etc on hand.
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withdrawn...

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Saw that article on your site a while back Cliff. I'm sorry for your loss
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Saw that article on your site a while back Cliff. I'm sorry for your loss
I apologise--tonight is one of those that brings more of that, it is NOT something to joke about...
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got a bag on my x pipe once. I left that **** there and just bought some vodka, cranberry juice, and rolled a blunt. never thought about it again lol. true story. hope this helps lol
hell yeah! (minus the cranberry juice. lol)
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I just drove around for awhile and let it burn off, a nice spirited twisties run will get it off=P

You're normally too focused to smell the bag anymore.
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