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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-21-2001, 05:33 AM
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does anyone know anything about a max muller.... mxnhid
says he has an ecm for me. any help would be great
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Wasn't Max Muller the first man to reach the North Pole? Or was he the man who first went into space?

No, wait. I'm pretty sure he invented those Poo Pigs. Ya know? Thise little rubber pigs that when you squeeze them, brown "poo" pops out it's rearend.

What I do know is Max is a stand-up, mild mannered, good fellow.

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He will come through for you. Do you have his address?

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Thanks for the good words guys. I think this lady is a little nerveous about her 50$ since it took me 5 days to send out her ecm. I didnt tell her it was my birthday on friday and that i wasnt sober from JEEPN's birthday party till today (tuesday), staggering around town trying to mail stuff. Plus all these orders of pig poo have got me backed up with the worst case of constipation like you wouldnt believe. Seriously though, i appreciate the good word.
Tim im going back to your state today to pick up my new (new to me) audi. Only made for one year and only 187 of them shipped and sold to the states. Built in 91 and with the 20v turbo engine. That and i have to mow my grandmothers lawn.... Later. Max

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Sweet deal, where 'bouts you headin' to?

Got yerself a little multi-day hangover? JEEPN too? Huh, I better warn Bob that you guys might try to take away his "title" from last year's Zookin'.

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Im off to Syracuse and the north side of lake onieda. I dont really drink, you know, Bobs title is safe. Im headed out and taking my computer with me so i can network it into the laptop and get all these wheeling pictures burnt on to a cd. My uncle is a guru in networking and just about anything else to do with computers. I did however go up to maine with JEEPN and watched him try out his samuri with one of his yj buddies. It was a really nice drive up a hill with a beautiful view. And i thought you babied your rig! Mark was like this "Max can you grab that branch before the leaves scratch my rig" "what was that noise?? Did you hear that? I better stop and check it out! ..." "Mark, I think i know what that noise was" "what is it? No wait there it is again! im pulling over" "No Mark, its Orion (my dog) he has gas...Bad dog!" Mark has gone and put the parinormal in to parinoid.

Here is a question for you though. He has a calmini spring under kit on. If he were to put yj's on spring under same config and all, and still had the same 31's on would he gain any axle clearance? I dont think so myself, i think itll just be better riding and more articulation, but it shouldnt lift the axles up any higher with the same tire?

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Hey Max,

stumblin' around town drunk, huh? Can we call ya' Otis?

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BAD DOG!

I know that was you just blaming Orion.

There were some nice spots to the mountain, CharlyA climbing the vertical rock face and how about the time you said "We're going over"? Never did though, thanks to my expert paranormal paranoid driving and that new Pony carb, I'm just glad it didn't stall.

The Zuk was making some strange noises, and not just the locker pops, those I'm used to. I think it was my E-brake cable not being attached on one side, but I was a little concerned with the homemade body lift coming off (oh, I forgot to mention it?). Then again, it's not nearly as bad as what you drive, so you're probably used to being paranoid. That and I have really good insurance.

Yeah, it's a nice place to play, a little something for everyone, but downright FUN (challenging) for the more stock guys. We leave the more hardcore stuff (we went up the easy way) for non-break-in runs and for when we have more time. It's a lot of fun in the winter when it's all a big glacier, you have to run chains at all 4 corners to make it.

Yes, any help with the YJ springs, staying SUA?

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