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    Here ya go guys....have fun. lol
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    It would be a balmy 85* in Steel's shop if he would move a little faster

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    your wife is going to kick your ass if she sees that piston on her table cloth! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    That thing needs a longer rod
    Dont we all...lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Sass View Post
    your wife is going to kick your ass if she sees that piston on her table cloth! lol
    here's my way and thanks for the tip about the table cloth!! put a paper towel down first..
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    Quote Originally Posted by banshee100hp View Post
    here's my way and thanks for the tip about the table cloth!! put a paper towel down first..
    Lol...when you finished that piston you didnt fk around.......table cloth....technically I own it.
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    I think we should have a "busted parts lets see them" thread.
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    that is true you own that table cloth along with the slap upside the head from the misses yea lets see them broken parts..
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    Racing season starts in a couple months.....going to see how far you can go with a set of eagle rods....should be interesting....will post when I have the answer.
    Will they bend or rip in half lol
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    If they are the H-beam Eagles, they will live through quite a bit. As for the I beams, I have not seen lots of luck with those.
    I still don't see what happened with that top piston.
    Now this I can read;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
    If they are the H-beam Eagles, they will live through quite a bit. As for the I beams, I have not seen lots of luck with those.
    I still don't see what happened with that top piston.
    Whew! I thought it was just me and the fuzzy pic. Maybe he needs to use a laser pointer Eagle aren't bad rods, but in another thread he mentions spinning this thing 9500.....



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    They are h beams....different motor....they will hold 18-1900hp or bust.
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