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Old 12-21-2003, 02:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Did this to a 1st Gen long this weekend

Well,

My birfs were making alot of noise so I asked the wife to get some new longs for me for X-mas... ( I've got a little over a year on the existing longs )

I was snow wheeling this weekend, backing up with the wheels totally cranked to the left and " POP " I knew exactly what it was.

Oh, and changing birfs suck, but they suck even worse when your changing them in the snow, while it's raining...

I changed the birf out with a stock one, went about 300 yards and " POP " the other long went.. I said FAWK it, I'm going home..

Anyway, not training to create anymore dram here, my 1st gen longs lasted over a years which is just fine with me, the the new one will last that long, I'll be happy.. Just wanted to share some carnage...
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Guess that's why he treats the cage and stuff now
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