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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-20-2001, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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holy crap guys, dont ya'll have anything better to do in the evenings that post to this board? i mean jeez, everytime i log on from work in the mornings there have been 60 or 70 new posts... ya'll need to get outside and work on your rigs or something... mow the yard, paint the house... ANYTHING other than staring at this screen all the time...

i look at this thing at work all day, so its the last thing i want to do when i get home...

(just remember, all in good fun... i love your posts! (seriously though, get a life... ha))



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I would not know since I am a [censored] joke to you and brown!

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Right on for me! I need to get out and do some zook stuff, check out studbilly's post on its comming, my 2 are near the end, have a ball! ahahahhhah

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HAHAHAHA, good one man, but hey, makes for interestin readin at break time at work man!!!!
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TEX- I am a "NEWBIE" and i am hating that title so I post often and about anything just to get rid of that name. LOL! But seriously, at 2:00 am there is not much to do but surf and read this crap...I learn something everyday from you guys and for that I thank ya all! Hope to see you all at the MELT
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Dohh! I have been! I'm in the process of replacing my leaf spring and shackle bushings. If you've ever done that, you know how rusted and froze up they can get! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]Spent all last night just replacing 2 of em! Had to cut the bolt off. Got nice new poly bushings to stick in there and slightly longer shackles.
I only get to surf thru these posts at work - and every morning, there are tons of em to read. Lots of good stuff!
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Yep when you read this board regularly the only inevitable conclusion is that the Samuarai is a totally unreliable vehicle. So many posts about minor troubles and the same thing over and over again and again. Maybe i'm just lucky, got a Zuk sami with 145k miles on it and I never had the troubles posted over and over on this board. Maybe some of the Zuks out there were manufactured in the Yogo factory!

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to much presure

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Oldfart-Theres way more topics on here about upgrades than engine component failures that Ive seen.You dont think the sammy is overall reliable,just check the posts on some other boards.Theres one inparticular that if you go a couple of days without glancing at it,youll be more than a thousand posts behind.

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No complaints..... if my Zuk quits tomorrow I've gotten my money's worth outta it... Really reminds me of my old 62 VW.

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