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Old 06-04-2006, 05:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Streamin 65
LOL!!! I'm very pleased with the ride of the new axles, but there's NO WAY I'm gonna compete in that contest. With my luck, I'd have to slam on the brakes for some reason and there would be POR-15 everywhere! --dave
It's just an imaginary contest-no dangerous feats involved.

Here's another.

. . . . my new axle is so soft that if drove 60 miles with a dozen raw eggs balanced on the edge of the dinette, and none of them broke.

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Old 06-06-2006, 10:16 AM   #16
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Good stuff!

Originally Posted by Streamin 65
It pulled beautifully, almost like it was on rails. The 10" brakes had plenty of stopping power. So far, I'm extremely pleased with the new Dexter axles! --dave

That's good stuff! Thanks for the update. Dexter makes a great product!

I am confident that you will have many happy miles ahead!

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Old 06-06-2006, 03:45 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by markdoane

Great news. I would like to propose a contest in honor of your new axles.

See if anyone can top this:

. . . My new axle is so smooth I drove 50 miles with an open can of POR-15 paint on the kitchen counter.

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My new axles will be so smooth, I plan to drive 150 miles with a dining table setting for four with Wedgewood china and Waterford Crystal and an open bottle of Two-Buck Chuck.
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