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I stayed right across the street from Emirates Stadium when I was in London. It's not a great neighborhood, I really enjoyed it. The reference was more 1932 Tod Browning but either way is fine.
London is White. Emirates is a library. #FOYG


To stave off any Nancey's, did you find out the red vs white in North London?
 

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To stave off any Nancey's, did you find out the red vs white in North London?

Shit, I was staying in public housing with friends next to the "Arsenal" stadium and thought it was cool. Looked it up in the internet a few minutes ago and it told me Emerites or some shit. Don't know the details, hope I didn't offend. I'm Galaxy all the way so fuck those guys. Still was cool to see it when I was there.
 
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Shit, I was staying in public housing with friends next to the "Arsenal" stadium and thought it was cool. Looked it up in the internet a few minutes ago and it told me Emerites or some shit. Don't know the details, hope I didn't offend. I'm Galaxy all the way so fuck those guys. Still was cool to see it when I was there.

Oh When The Spurs, Go marching in !
 
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What I planned on being a couple hour upgrade, turned into most of two days of work. Just the normal stuff of rusted bolts, spinning nutzerts and the like. Got the B&M shifter installed between breaks in the A/C.
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What I planned on being a couple hour upgrade, turned into most of two days of work.
This always seems to be the case for me. So much so that I no longer give my wife a time, when she asks how long that work will take. :cautious:
 
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This always seems to be the case for me. So much so that I no longer give my wife a time, when she asks how long that work will take. :cautious:

I have gotten used to the A/C in this rig while driving it daily. The more involved projects, I aint been skeerd to outsource the work. Bad part is, all the big jobs have been done. Still have the tummy tuck to do but we have a good crew out here if help is needed.
 

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Still have the tummy tuck to do but we have a good crew out here if help is needed.

The TT isn't difficult. The only part that is a pain is making the exhaust fit properly between the right rear shock and track bar. Generally, this requires cutting and moving the two rear hangars (on the tail pipe side). You may also have to cut the tail pipe itself, and possibly the muffler, so you can move and twist them slightly. I've used a combination of lap and butt joint clamps to secure the exhaust connections. This makes adjustments and removal super easy.

These are the style I'm referring to, but you'd need to verify your exhaust pipe size. If you haven't done it already, you may need to shorten the pipe in the rear, so it doesn't get crushed between the rear bumper and a rock. I'm guessing you've already done that though! ;)


 
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Another bolt-on project done. Thought I was going to need to pull the bumper. Figured out just to take all the bolts out except the passenger rear bolt and swung it out to get the bolts on underneath the bumper.
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Have a Lube locker on order. Never have tried one before. This will be a fun clean up of the RTV I slathered on there. Then I'll put the Barnett cover on.