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Old 10-01-2004, 02:56 PM   #21  
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Kyle

Have you gotten my E-Mails? I also called this morning and I think I spoke with your Mother. She informed me you were at work. Get back with me so we cn try and rectify this. Unfortunately like I stated in my last E-Mail to you we need to follow the steps that Centerforce puts out for warranty. Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.
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Old 10-01-2004, 04:25 PM   #22  
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Ob sucks to hear your news. I run a mcleod Disc with a King Cobra Pressure plate. I had a spec clutch set up, but being i drive the street sometimes that clutch was a pain in the ***. Once i finish building my 514 ci then i'm going with a automatic/stall/transbrake
Another one sees the light about auto trannies! Hooray for you chriscindy6369. You won't regret it I promise.
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Old 10-01-2004, 05:07 PM   #23  
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Thanks roundman I had a Auto in my Camaro Just a built Turbo400 with 5500 8 inch stall and transbrake.
here's a Pic Ran 10.30's Just Motor and 9.23 on the Nos. Auto's are the best! Cant outshift an auto

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Old 10-01-2004, 05:16 PM   #24  
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Thanks roundman I had a Auto in my Camaro Just a built Turbo400 with 5500 8 inch stall and transbrake.
here's a Pic Ran 10.30's Just Motor and 9.23 on the Nos. Auto's are the best! Cant outshift an auto
those are some mighty good times there for such a small tire if my eyes aren't deceiving me! guess you really do need the wheelie bars, huh?
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Old 10-01-2004, 07:08 PM   #25  
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Yea there little slimmer then i want, When we moved into this house my car pics are missing in Action lol. Funny how all here stuff is fine but mine is missing lol. I have several pics of the front end about 18 inches off the ground, i'll look around again and have her look and i'll post them. They look great,
Look at this table

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Old 10-01-2004, 11:32 PM   #26  
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Kyle

Have you gotten my E-Mails? I also called this morning and I think I spoke with your Mother. She informed me you were at work. Get back with me so we cn try and rectify this. Unfortunately like I stated in my last E-Mail to you we need to follow the steps that Centerforce puts out for warranty. Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.
Yeah, sorry about that Jeff.
I was at work from 8am to 8pm
Got home around 9ish
I'll definatly try calling tomorrow, but since it's saturday you probably have it off or something.

Or should I just skip you and go straight to Centerforce?
And I just read the Email a couple minutes ago.
I've yet to pull off my tranny and the bellhousing to check and see how the clutch is.
Don't have access to a lift and it'd be a real pain the the *** on the ground.
It's a bitch just to get the bellhousing out from inbetween my headers

Not sure if I mentioned this above
But my STOCK clutch with a 3" chunk taken out of it lasted longer then my Centerforce Dual Friction.
Just thought I'd point that out
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Old 10-02-2004, 11:12 AM   #27  
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Kyle---I understand that. Work is work. Call me over the weekend and we can discuss it. You will be sending it directly to Centetrforce but me and my Warehouse will handle the RMA Number for you. You just need to let me know when it is out of the car.
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Old 10-02-2004, 10:53 PM   #28  
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So call you when it's out of the car then?
And what was that number again...
My mom tossed it out for some reason[:@]
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