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    18" Bucket seats, fair condition, covers would look nice after a spin in the washing machine, includes stringer mounts $225.00 for the pair. SOLD!
    Spitzer carbon fiber scoop with holding rope deflector, and tray for single Dominator, $250.00. I might consider building a new tray for 2x4's to your dimensions for an additional $100.00 SOLD!
    Two pairs of 392 Hemi headers, both in good condition, $200.00 per pair.
    Lifeline Chute jacket, sized for man approx. 5'10" 175lbs, very nice condition, will need recert to race, $400.00 SOLD!
    Lifeline helmet restraint 40"-44" like new $50.00 SOLD!
    Spun aluminum fuel tank with cap and mounting brackets, no dents, one small scratch near bottom, will clean up nicely with a scotchbrite pad, don't know how many gallons, I would guess 8? 33" x 10" $50.00Back up for grabs!
    Aluminum flywheel for 392 Hemi, 172 tooth, $150.00
    Pair of early Predator carbs, good condition, $120.00 Sold!
    Oberg oil filter on custom billet mounts $75.00
    Polished ND alternator $60.00 Sold!
    10 spline Chevy crank button for Lenco shaft, with spacer, $50.00 SOLD!
    Spicer driveshaft 27 3/4" extended, 25 1/2" compressed. good cond, $75.00
    Menkens elephant ear hydro prop 11 1/2 x 17", 1" shaft, good condition $150.00
    Road trailer tires and rims, new tires, less than 2k miles, great condition, 205/60R13 on 4 on 4" bolt pattern with 5th tire and rim spare. I know the 13" rim sounds small, but these were on my flat road trailer and they looked great. I can show pics of them mounted if interested. $150.00
    Buyer to pay all shipping charges, items are in San Jose Ca. Thanks for looking, Todd~
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    A few more pics.....
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    For what it is worth, I have had several pm's in one hour on the chute jacket with the same question being asked, what size is it? I don't know. If it's a must to know, I can call Lifeline and have them pull the file on it. It was one of two made for me back in 96. It was made for my ex-girlfriend. She was 5'10", 145lbs, big boned and big chested. I'm 6'2", 205lbs and I can get into it and zip and latch everything, but it is tighter than I would care to wear. I feel it would fit a man in the 5'10" 150 to 180lb range very nicely. The jacket was only worn a few times, has zero color fade, a travel bag and is in great condition. Thanks for looking, Todd~

    I'm going to call Kent tomorrow and find out exactly what size it is. I know he still has the file on it as he pulled it up a few months ago when he made me a new jacket. My current size is a large plus 2" so I would guess this jacket for sale is probably a medium. Don't freak out on the fact that it was built for a woman, Lifeline has a standard set of measurements they use for all sizes, and if you fall somewhere in between, you will end up with what I did, a large plus two or whatever it may be.

    Allright latest and last update. I went back to storage today and picked up the sold items and the life jacket. Would you believe it has a tag on it saying what size it is? I feel like an idiot now (I know whats new?). The jacket is a Medium, 40-42.....any takers? Todd~
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    I see an alternator & bracket.. but no info.?
    Are they for sale, & if so what did it come off of.

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    What size is the outlet on the tank and are there any return inlets? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili View Post
    I see an alternator & bracket.. but no info.?
    Are they for sale, & if so what did it come off of.

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    Yes it was listed near the bottom, under "Polished ND alternator" but it is spoken for now, sorry, Todd~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murray PE 857 View Post
    What size is the outlet on the tank and are there any return inlets? Thanks.
    It's a basic dune buggy type tank with one 5/16 or 3/8 outlet on the bottom, no returns. Bungs could obviously be welded into it to suite the application. I currently have two people asking for shipping charges for it saying there interested, but no one has outright said they want to buy it, consider it sold. Hope that helps, Todd~

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    Todd whats the turn buckles on the bottom of the scoop? I am interested in the scoop! Can you still run those kind of rope defectors? Are those just sticker numbers? thanks...Garrett
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlogged View Post
    Todd whats the turn buckles on the bottom of the scoop? I am interested in the scoop! Can you still run those kind of rope defectors? Are those just sticker numbers? thanks...Garrett
    It was the hokey set up I used to keep it on the boat. The stainless tubes in front, and turnbuckes in the rear all went down to the nitrous or EFI boses on my intake manifold. The front was fixed so the rear had to apply the tension. The numbers are vinyl, and will come of, but I won't lie to you, it will be a little bit of work, or I would have allready done it. "Technically" the rope deflector is not legal......however I did pass IHBA and NJBA tech with it. There are still several boats racing with simalar set ups, I think as long as it is built and attatched well, techs might be willing to turn there eye on it. It is like I stated, carbon fiber, but you can't tell from the photo, it's not close enough. I don't know what the current price is on them , but years ago it was a $500 scoop. Let me know if you want to pull the trigger on it, Thank you, Todd~
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    Im intrested in the scoop is it still for sell?

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