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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRcOp01o View Post
    Man that Is Awesome!! looks like we will both be following each others builds very closely haha. and BTW your BRG is my inspiration for my BRG so I may copy you a little.
    highest form of flattery right there. Cant wait to see what you do with your BRG

    loving the B-Spec mazdaspeed thread of yours. That 3 point strut mazdaspeed strut brace is *drool*

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRGNA8 View Post
    highest form of flattery right there. Cant wait to see what you do with your BRG

    loving the B-Spec mazdaspeed thread of yours. That 3 point strut mazdaspeed strut brace is *drool*
    Thank you! The B-spec has many plans just need to get some little things sorted out in life and that thread will be chugging along.
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    1993 Eunos Roadster B-spec by Mazdaspeed
    http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....819#post222819
    1993 Mazda Miata LE
    https://mazdaroadster.net/showthread...233#post244233

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    ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
    - Advanced Cam Timing +14 Degrees
    - Arrive Intake Pipe (Satin Black)
    - BeatRush Radiator Cooling Panel
    - Fujitsubo Legalis-R Catback Exhaust
    - GarageStar Lightweight Alternator Pulley
    - GarageStar Lightweight Water Pump Pulley
    - Gates Racing Performance Timing Belt
    - Koyorad 36mm Hyper-V Core Aluminium Radiator
    - Mazdaspeed Ignition Leads
    - Mazdaspeed Induction Air Box
    - Mazdaspeed Oil Cap
    - Mazdaspeed Panel Air Filter
    - Mazdaspeed Radiator Cap (1.3 Bar)
    - MiataRoadster Short Shifter
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
    - OEM Mazda Intake Manifold (Satin Black)
    - OEM Mazda Rocker Cover (Satin Black)
    - Samco Silicone Coolant Hoses
    - SARD Sports High Flow Catalytic Converter
    - SARD Sports Racing Thermostat
    - Toda Racing Lightweight Flywheel (4.5kg)
    - Toda Racing Sports Clutch + Spigot Ring


    SUSPENSION & HANDLING
    - BeatRush Rear Strut Brace
    - GarageStar Delrin Door Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Engine Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Front Strut Brace
    - Ohlins DFV Coilovers (7F, 4R)
    - RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links (F+R)


    WHEELS, BRAKES & TYRES
    - Dixcel Type M Brake Pads (F+R)
    - Dixcel Type SD Slotted Rotors (F+R)
    - Goodridge SS Braided Brake Lines
    - Goodridge SS Braided Clutch Line
    - H&R TRAK+ 5mm Spacers (54.1 Hubcentric)
    - Pirelli Cinturato P1 Tyres (185/60/R14)
    - RS-Watanabe Type-A (14x6.5 +4.5 Final Offset)
    - RS-Watanabe Centre Caps
    - RS-Watanabe Lug Nuts
    - RS-Watanabe Valve Stems


    EXTERIOR
    - B1 Hybrid Polarg Parkers + Tail Lamp Bulbs
    - Bosch Aerotwin Wiper Blades
    - Depo Clear Front Indicator Lamps
    - Front Number Plate Mounting Bracket
    - JDM Eunos Fog Lights
    - KG Works Chrome Washer Nozzles
    - Nielex Fuse Box Sticker
    - NoPro Washer Bottle Relocation
    - OEM Mazda Genuine Front Lip
    - Philips 4300K Crystal Vision Headlamp Bulbs
    - Raybrig Crystal Reflector Headlamps
    - Runabout M2 Mirrors
    - ZOOM Engineering Amber Side Indicators
    - ZOOM Engineering Eunos Lotus Emblem
    - ZOOM Engineering Retro Fuel Lid


    INTERIOR
    - Arrive Mahogany Wood Handbrake Handle
    - ArtWork Dewa Cluster Needle Caps
    - Carbing DASH Foot Rest Pedal
    - CocoMats Sisal Floor Mats
    - Garage5 Brushed Aluminium Vent Rings
    - HKB Boss Kit
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Gearshift Boot
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Handbrake Boot
    - JASS Performance Sun Visor Plugs
    - JDM Eunos Sunglass Holder
    - JDM Eunos Chrome Door Sills
    - Joyfast Chrome Gear Knob (Super Short)
    - Joyfast Chrome Handbrake Button
    - MOMO Futura 350mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - Nakamae Aluminium Door Locks
    - Nakamae Cup Holder
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Belt Line Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Lower Package Tray Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Side Step Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Transmission Tunnel Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Upper Package Tray Trim
    - Nardi Classico 360mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - Nardi Tokyo Horn Button
    - RetroModern Knurled Dimmer Switch
    - RetroModern Knurled A/C Fan Knob
    - RetroModern Knurled Trip Reset Stalk
    - RevLimiter Custom Gauge Faces (Type RS)
    - RevLimiter Custom HVAC Panel (Version Stirling)
    - RevLimiter Door Sill Inserts (Type MX-5, BRG)
    - RevLimiter Retro Power Window Switch
    - RS Products Classic A/C Fan Knob + Sliders
    - RS Products Classic A/C Trim Ring
    - RS Products Classic Retro Gauge Cluster
    - RS Products Classic Retro Hazard Switch
    - Vintage Mazda Chrome Cigarette Lighter
    - Zeromotive M2-1002 Style Pedals
    - Zoom Engine Start Push Button

    SOUND & AUDIO
    - Nakamichi CD-400 Headunit
    - Pioneer JDM Eunos 2" Tweeters
    - Polk Audio DB651 6.5" Coaxial Speakers


    MAINTENANCE/OEM REPLACEMENT/MISC
    - Carbon Canister Delete
    - Front Tie Down Hooks Removed
    - Hella Sharp Tone Horns
    - Reconditioned Boot Fuel Line Metal Shroud
    - Reconditioned Power Window Tracks & Bushings
    - Reconditioned Rear Plastic Windshield
    - Reconditioned Wiper Arms
    - OEM Mazda Camshaft Seal Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Clutch Master Cylinder Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Clutch Slave Cylinder Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Coolant Auxiliary Hoses Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Coolant Overflow Tank Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Crankshaft Seal Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Door Strikers Replacement
    - OEM Mazda External Tensioner Belt Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Fuel Filter Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Heater Hose Grommet Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Heater Hose Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Idler Bearings Replacement
    - OEM Mazda NA6 Oil Pressure Sender Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Panasonic Battery Replacement (Replaced 28/07/2016)
    - OEM Mazda PCV Valve Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Deck Fuel Line Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Deck Fuel Pump Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Parcel Shelf Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rocker Cover Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Shifter Insulation Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Latch Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Latch End Cap Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Striker Plate Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Third Brake Light Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Timing Lower Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Timing Upper Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Water Pump Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Fuel System Overhaul

    12/09/2019

    OEM Fuel System refresh and overhaul
    Decided to do a full fuel system overhaul. Given that the car is 23 years old, I decided to replace everything to do with the fuel setup. This means the fuel vapour valves and lines, fuel pump sock filter, assembly gaskets, fuel feed and return lines, filler pipe and gasket and a new fuel cap. All parts used were all genuine OEM Mazda parts.

    Getting ready. Removing everything.



    Seats out, let's clean a little bit.



    OEM Freshness.



    Fuel hose has done its duty for the last 23 years.



    Old VS New.









    Done.



    All the old stuff which is going straight to the bin.




    Many thanks to my friend Zico who helped source these parts and have them sent over to me and who also helped and assisted with the install.

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    ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
    - Advanced Cam Timing +14 Degrees
    - Arrive Intake Pipe (Satin Black)
    - BeatRush Radiator Cooling Panel
    - Fujitsubo Legalis-R Catback Exhaust
    - GarageStar Lightweight Alternator Pulley
    - GarageStar Lightweight Water Pump Pulley
    - Gates Racing Performance Timing Belt
    - Koyorad 36mm Hyper-V Core Aluminium Radiator
    - Mazdaspeed Ignition Leads
    - Mazdaspeed Induction Air Box
    - Mazdaspeed Oil Cap
    - Mazdaspeed Panel Air Filter
    - Mazdaspeed Radiator Cap (1.3 Bar)
    - MiataRoadster Short Shifter
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
    - OEM Mazda Intake Manifold (Satin Black)
    - OEM Mazda Rocker Cover (Satin Black)
    - Samco Silicone Coolant Hoses
    - SARD Sports High Flow Catalytic Converter
    - SARD Sports Racing Thermostat
    - Toda Racing Lightweight Flywheel (4.5kg)
    - Toda Racing Sports Clutch + Spigot Ring


    SUSPENSION & HANDLING
    - BeatRush Rear Strut Brace
    - GarageStar Delrin Door Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Engine Mounts
    - Mazdaspeed Front Strut Brace
    - Ohlins DFV Coilovers (7F, 4R)
    - RacingBeat Sway Bar End Links (F+R)
    - Mazdaspeed Front Sway Bar (22mm)
    - Mazdaspeed Rear Sway Bar (14mm)


    WHEELS, BRAKES & TYRES
    - Dixcel Type M Brake Pads (F+R)
    - Dixcel Type SD Slotted Rotors (F+R)
    - Goodridge SS Braided Brake Lines
    - Goodridge SS Braided Clutch Line
    - H&R TRAK+ 5mm Spacers (54.1 Hubcentric)
    - Pirelli Cinturato P1 Tyres (185/60/R14)
    - RS-Watanabe Type-A (14x6.5 +4.5 Final Offset)
    - RS-Watanabe Centre Caps
    - RS-Watanabe Lug Nuts
    - RS-Watanabe Valve Stems


    EXTERIOR
    - B1 Hybrid Polarg Parkers + Tail Lamp Bulbs
    - Bosch Aerotwin Wiper Blades
    - Depo Clear Front Indicator Lamps
    - Front Number Plate Mounting Bracket
    - JDM Eunos Fog Lights
    - KG Works Chrome Washer Nozzles
    - Nielex Fuse Box Sticker
    - NoPro Washer Bottle Relocation
    - OEM Mazda Genuine Front Lip
    - Philips 4300K Crystal Vision Headlamp Bulbs
    - Raybrig Crystal Reflector Headlamps
    - Runabout M2 Mirrors
    - ZOOM Engineering Amber Side Indicators
    - ZOOM Engineering Eunos Lotus Emblem
    - ZOOM Engineering Retro Fuel Lid


    INTERIOR
    - Arrive Mahogany Wood Handbrake Handle
    - ArtWork Dewa Cluster Needle Caps
    - Carbing DASH Foot Rest Pedal
    - CocoMats Sisal Floor Mats
    - Garage5 Brushed Aluminium Vent Rings
    - HKB Boss Kit
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Gearshift Boot
    - J-F Customs Tan Leather Handbrake Boot
    - JASS Performance Sun Visor Plugs
    - JDM Eunos Sunglass Holder
    - JDM Eunos Chrome Door Sills
    - Joyfast Chrome Gear Knob (Super Short)
    - Joyfast Chrome Handbrake Button
    - MOMO Futura 350mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - Nakamae Aluminium Door Locks
    - Nakamae Cup Holder
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Belt Line Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Lower Package Tray Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Side Step Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Transmission Tunnel Trim
    - Nakamae Quilt Mat Upper Package Tray Trim
    - Nardi Classico 360mm Wood Steering Wheel
    - Nardi Tokyo Horn Button
    - RetroModern Knurled Dimmer Switch
    - RetroModern Knurled A/C Fan Knob
    - RetroModern Knurled Trip Reset Stalk
    - RevLimiter Custom Gauge Faces (Type RS)
    - RevLimiter Custom HVAC Panel (Version Stirling)
    - RevLimiter Door Sill Inserts (Type MX-5, BRG)
    - RevLimiter Retro Power Window Switch
    - RS Products Classic A/C Fan Knob + Sliders
    - RS Products Classic A/C Trim Ring
    - RS Products Classic Retro Gauge Cluster
    - RS Products Classic Retro Hazard Switch
    - Vintage Mazda Chrome Cigarette Lighter
    - Zeromotive M2-1002 Style Pedals
    - Zoom Engine Start Push Button


    SOUND & AUDIO
    - Nakamichi CD-400 Headunit
    - Pioneer JDM Eunos 2" Tweeters
    - Polk Audio DB651 6.5" Coaxial Speakers


    MAINTENANCE/OEM REPLACEMENT/MISC
    - Carbon Canister Delete
    - Front Tie Down Hooks Removed
    - Hella Sharp Tone Horns
    - Reconditioned Boot Fuel Line Metal Shroud
    - Reconditioned Power Window Tracks & Bushings
    - Reconditioned Rear Plastic Windshield
    - Reconditioned Wiper Arms
    - OEM Mazda Camshaft Seal Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Clutch Master Cylinder Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Clutch Slave Cylinder Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Coolant Auxiliary Hoses Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Coolant Overflow Tank Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Crankshaft Seal Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Door Strikers Replacement
    - OEM Mazda External Tensioner Belt Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Fuel Filter Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Fuel System Overhaul
    - OEM Mazda Heater Hose Grommet Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Heater Hose Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Idler Bearings Replacement
    - OEM Mazda NA6 Oil Pressure Sender Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Panasonic Battery Replacement (Replaced 28/07/2016)
    - OEM Mazda PCV Valve Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Deck Fuel Line Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Deck Fuel Pump Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rear Parcel Shelf Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Rocker Cover Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Shifter Insulation Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Latch Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Latch End Cap Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Soft Top Striker Plate Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Third Brake Light Gasket Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Timing Lower Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Timing Upper Cover Replacement
    - OEM Mazda Water Pump Replacement

    19/10/2019

    Mazdaspeed Front & Rear Sway Bars
    I was able to get a set of these Mazdaspeed sway bars, thanks to my friend Zico. I had always wanted to get a set. However, with most discontinued Mazdaspeed items, it was becoming harder and harder to come by. Zico sent me a link from Yahoo Japan Auctions one day letting me know that a set of front and rear Mazdaspeed sway bars were available and needless to say, I decided to jump on them.

    When I got my hands on it, I realised that there was slight surface rust and a little bit of corrosion on the sway bars. Not to worry, as I had already planned to refurbish these anyway. Why did I bother doing this when they wouldn't be noticed by anybody once installed, you may ask? It's because if I had installed it as is, although other people might not know that there was surface rust on the sway bars, I will...and eventually, it'll eat away at me. If something can be made better or fixed/cleaned up before it goes in, you best believe I'm going to take that route, even if it means taking a long, tedious road to get there.

    The process to refurbish these sway bars wasn't hard. It just took a Dremel with a sanding bit, some etch primer, degreaser and spray paint, patience, time and care. I had originally wanted to get rid of the Mazdaspeed logo on the sway bars and have a new one made up, however I realised that it wasn't a sticker. It's more like a plaque affixed on the sway bar itself. I decided to mask it up and leave it as it since it was in relatively good condition considering the age. Plus, it means that there would be something authentic and still original left on the sway bars from when Mazdaspeed were producing these items way back when.

    Using the Dremel, I sanded the sway bars back down to the bare metal. Then, I used a couple of layers of etch primer before sanding it back with some 400 grit sandpaper to smooth out any rough patches and to get it ready for paint. For the paint, I used the same paintcode as the car (i.e "HU", which is British Racing Green/Neo Green). Mazdaspeed items are usually green and I thought it would compliment the car well once it was resprayed in this colour.

    Surface rust.



    Mazdaspeed logo.



    In the process of sanding the corrosion/surface rust and back down to bare metal on the rear sway bar.



    Closeup of work in progress.



    Rear sway bar fully sanded back and ready to go.



    Comparison shot of a fully stripped back sway VS original.



    Sanding away.



    Done. Ready for some etch primer and then paint.



    Degreaser to get rid of fingerprints, oils, anything else off the sway bar before the primer is applied.



    Mazdaspeed.



    Taped up, ready for paint.



    Not the most sophisticated setup here, but hey, it works!



    Three layers of etch primer before getting it sanded back and smoothed out with 400 grit sand paper.





    First layer of green on the sway bar.



    Letting it dry before applying further coats.



    Finished product. One set of refurbished Mazdaspeed sway bars.







    It turned out better than I had originally anticipated. Can't wait to install these. Once I get new bushings for these, I'll be looking to put these on ASAP. Many thanks again to Zico for helping me source these sway bars.

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    6,000 rpm - mere mortals would shift HarryB's Avatar
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    Yay, Steve's back! You my friend are a madman, amazing attention to detail. I know very few people that would spend the time needed; hell I know very few that would even drop these off for blasting and powdercoating even! Hats off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryB View Post
    Yay, Steve's back! You my friend are a madman, amazing attention to detail. I know very few people that would spend the time needed; hell I know very few that would even drop these off for blasting and powdercoating even! Hats off!
    Hahahaha thanks for the kind words Harry! Appreciate it! Just awaiting on some OEM bushings that I ordered to arrive and once theyre here, its time to install these babies ;)

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    5,000 rpm - there be torque here! MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Yay more updates!

    AHHHHH you're the one who outbid meeeeee. I have been looking for MS sway bars forever. Happy to see they're on a friends Roadster!
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    1993 Eunos Roadster B-spec by Mazdaspeed
    http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....819#post222819
    1993 Mazda Miata LE
    https://mazdaroadster.net/showthread...233#post244233

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    Great work as usual, Steve! For future reference a orbital sander makes quick work of such work but a dremel tool is definitely very useful for the tight areas. Really one of the best BRG builds hands down.
    '01 NB2 aka MisF1re: http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....218#post207218
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRcOp01o View Post
    Yay more updates!

    AHHHHH you're the one who outbid meeeeee. I have been looking for MS sway bars forever. Happy to see they're on a friends Roadster!
    Hahaha hopefully another set pops up for you mate! I think from memory this one was a "buy it now" than an auction? Zico I think contacted the seller and came to an arrangement to purchase it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greasemonkey2000 View Post
    Great work as usual, Steve! For future reference a orbital sander makes quick work of such work but a dremel tool is definitely very useful for the tight areas. Really one of the best BRG builds hands down.
    Thanks mate! Yeah I wish I had an orbital sander! I was thinking exactly that when I was about to tackle this. I still need to get one. All I had at the time was the dremel and about 1.5 hours and 5 sanding bits later, it was all stripped back haha.

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! zco's Avatar
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    This thread is just constant goals ! Great job on the swaybars man, they turned out real good !

    Quote Originally Posted by MaRcOp01o View Post
    Yay more updates!

    AHHHHH you're the one who outbid meeeeee. I have been looking for MS sway bars forever. Happy to see they're on a friends Roadster!
    Quote Originally Posted by BRGNA8 View Post
    Hahaha hopefully another set pops up for you mate! I think from memory this one was a "buy it now" than an auction? Zico I think contacted the seller and came to an arrangement to purchase it.
    Yeh, it was just a 'buy it now' / 'prompt decision' purchase, no other bids were made.. The original link is here https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/d385303939 .

    Probably a different listing Marco? But I'll probably be bidding against you on the next set hahah

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    5,000 rpm - there be torque here! MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Wow I did not see those. I wish I had haha
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    http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....819#post222819
    1993 Mazda Miata LE
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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! lifebyevan's Avatar
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    I recently discovered this thread and want to tell you Steve that your craftsmanship is impeccable. I had loads of fun reading through your build and I will definitely be taking inspiration from it when working on my car. If you have any updated from the last year or so, I would love to know what’s going on with the BRG nowadays.

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! HMT's Avatar
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    I have to second that. This is just one of the best threads in the internet

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    Update! Update!
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    1993 Eunos Roadster B-spec by Mazdaspeed
    http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....819#post222819
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    https://mazdaroadster.net/showthread...233#post244233

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here!
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    Good for You that you got them...WOW!!! You sure put in a lot of work on them and they sure look MIGHTY FINE!!!
    Best Always
    and in
    ALL WAYS,
    Chris Zinn

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