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Ed.A
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Post Sat. Dec. 01, 2007 6:39 pm

I have the Inlet in place, dragging in Cold Air quite nicely. 3" PIPE Fits the inlet port on the ChanningIII perfectly, another benefit is it quiets the fan noise by at least 1/2. Thanks to those that posted their Inlet set-ups and ideas that were mentioned, they were wicked helpful.
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Post Sat. Dec. 01, 2007 6:39 pm

...Oops

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Post Sat. Dec. 01, 2007 11:05 pm

they were wicked helpful.
what are you from Connecticut or something? hehe
Burning coal is definitely worth the extra work involved.
"Good enough" is not good enough.

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Post Sat. Dec. 01, 2007 11:07 pm

e.alleg wrote:
they were wicked helpful.
what are you from Connecticut or something? hehe
Smartass :lol:


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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 8:44 am

Ed.A wrote:
e.alleg wrote: what are you from Connecticut or something? hehe
Smartass :lol:
Sounds more like Baston, you know where you pak the cah. He He! :twisted:
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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 9:20 am

Wood'nCoal wrote: Sounds more like Baston, you know where you pak the cah. He He! :twisted:
Nope, see we here in Connecticut don't have accents, we just have terminology that gets shared between the other N.E. States. ie: Wicked. I park my car, unlike Uncle Teddy who paks his cah in the bay :P

I also have a bad habit of calling everyone "Kid", kinda like people from Philly calling guys "Boss."

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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 9:29 am

Ed.A wrote:
Wood'nCoal wrote: Sounds more like Baston, you know where you pak the cah. He He! :twisted:
Nope, see we here in Connecticut don't have accents, we just have terminology that gets shared between the other N.E. States. ie: Wicked. I park my car, unlike Uncle Teddy who paks his cah in the bay :P

I also have a bad habit of calling everyone "Kid", kinda like people from Philly calling guys "Boss."
I beg to differ-I've heard accents in Conn. Maybe they were transplants from Baston, dahling.
Are you being critical of "the swimmer"? :devil:
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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 10:01 am

Wood'nCoal wrote:Are you being critical of "the swimmer"? :devil:
Who me? Never :mrgreen:


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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 10:05 am

Ed.A wrote:
Wood'nCoal wrote:Are you being critical of "the swimmer"? :devil:
Who me? Never :mrgreen:
Rush Limbaugh was talking about a speech Teddy made about a week ago about global warming and the alleged rising sea levels. I thought it was interesting, since Ted is such an expert on matters involving rising water. :wine:
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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 11:01 am

Wood'nCoal wrote:Rush Limbaugh was talking about a speech Teddy made about a week ago about global warming and the alleged rising sea levels. I thought it was interesting, since Ted is such an expert on matters involving rising water. :wine:
I'd say Teddy has all the expertise required to comment.
Don't forget how he squashed the Windmill Field off of Nantucket, alternate energy is great thing as long as he doesn't actually have see it. :roll:

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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 12:30 pm

Ed.A wrote:
Wood'nCoal wrote:Rush Limbaugh was talking about a speech Teddy made about a week ago about global warming and the alleged rising sea levels. I thought it was interesting, since Ted is such an expert on matters involving rising water. :wine:
I'd say Teddy has all the expertise required to comment.
Don't forget how he squashed the Windmill Field off of Nantucket, alternate energy is great thing as long as he doesn't actually have see it. :roll:
Yes, Ed, I had heard about that.
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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 2:01 pm

Be patient,remember,

Kennedy's and life, just don't go together!

Teddy's just a little overdue...

BK
"Corn Stoves", It is morally wrong to burn something you can make into Whiskey!

BK

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Post Sun. Dec. 02, 2007 2:48 pm

bksaun wrote:Be patient,remember,

Kennedy's and life, just don't go together!

Teddy's just a little overdue...

BK
I was very young when John and Robert were killed, I do remember Bobby's funeral train on television. I respect them, they did do a lot of good for the country, but I don't like Ted and I don't agree with what he stands for. To me he's just a bloated old windbag.

Better get back on topic now!
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