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Big deal. I recently installed fuel injected lug nuts and I can keep up with traffic on I95.
 

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Big deal. I recently installed fuel injected lug nuts and I can keep up with traffic on I95.
I95 in DC is a parking lot... not exactly a tall order with stopped cars.... 馃ぃ
 

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Does each Deere in the family have a "Santa Pipe"?
 

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Big deal. I recently installed fuel injected lug nuts and I can keep up with traffic on I95.
Wouldn't be an issue around DC- I95 if mostly crawling anyway, lol.
 

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I tilted mine down to keep water out . . . winds up cleaning off the wheel.
If you tilt it down it kicks up and blows dirt everywhere. Any water that manages to get in there is gone with the first turn of the key. There is no possible way for water to make it to the engine through the exhaust unless it is forced in there.

-Eli
 

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depends on the time of day, walking on 95 is sometimes quicker.
Not looking forward to the drive through CT on the way to Westerly tomorrow. I suspect Rosie O'Donnell could do the inchworm down the highway faster than the traffic.

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