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Username Post: grumpyvette WHO!        (Topic#155482)
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
Age: 69
Loc: FLORIDA USA
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03-28-07 11:06 AM - Post#1130414    

MOST OF THE PICTURES ARE A COUPLE YEARS OLD AND WERE TAKEN ON or BEFORE THE FIRST DAY WE GOT ELECTRIC POWER, EVERYTHING WAS BEING STUFFED IN AT RANDOM AS IT LOOKED LIKE RAIN AND MANY OF THE LARGER TOOLS AND WELDERS WERE NOT UNLOADED YET


no Im not a computer, like the rumours say, just an old geezer! in a red shirt and a old hat...notice the similarity to the avatar


















a few more pics, its still a total mess while Im in the process of BUILDING and moving in but IM getting there slowly, I could only get a few of the BBC engines in the shop, I prefer to work on, into the camera/shot

I get asked this frequently

answer, Im just an old (59) now retired HOTRODDER and mechanical engineer ,whos been building cars and engines, helping my friends on a semi constant basis for well over 40 years, raced a few corvettes,G.T.O.s ROAD RUNNERS, CAMAROS, Ive build or rebuild over a hundred engines, swapped suspensions, and learned on the way.

IVE learned to K.I.S.S. (KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID)
IVE learned that a FEW QUALITY parts will BEAT lots of junk
IVE learned careful clearancing and attention to details makes a HUGE DIFFERANCE
IVE learned researching and learning from other people mistakes is FAR cheaper and faster than making your own in a car build.
IVE learned to do extensive research BEFORE buying parts
IVE learned NEVER BUY PARTS that you get on (DEALS) if they dont match your goals
Ive learned that building engines for maximum AVERAGE TQ IN the RPM RANGE youll use the car beats building for maximun PEAK hp numbers
IVE learned asking lots of questions is far cheaper than makeing lots of mistakes
IVE learned that a cars performance depends a great deal on its POWER TO WEIGHT RATIO.
IVE learned that to have fun,your combo must be BOTH dependable and faster than MOST but not ALL the competition (most guys will never afford the expence in being the fastest car in your area)
IVE learned a CAR that breaks down is a TOTAL P.I.T.A. and RELIEABILITY is VERY IMPORTANT!

btw if your interested (look up my home page ,data base) where Im slowly transfering my tons of info into one location for you guys to easily access

http://garage.grumpysperformance.com

and like many of you IM broke most of the time, because of this hobby,but always glad to help out

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 04-28-15 02:43 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 




racereno 
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Loc: Smoky Mtns. NC
Reg: 03-10-02
03-28-07 01:09 PM - Post#1130479    
    In response to grumpyvette

It's nice to to "re-meet" you and put a face with the name. As always, you have my respect and gratitude for helping broaden my thinking and knowledge.

BTW, what is that thing?...the GarageMahal?




 
cowfarmer350 
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03-28-07 01:21 PM - Post#1130487    
    In response to grumpyvette

I'VE learned you give good advice.......



 
awsum55 
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Age: 65
Loc: O.P. Kansas
Reg: 09-27-01
03-28-07 02:40 PM - Post#1130554    
    In response to cowfarmer350

I've learned you're just not that grumpy.

Five things that you cannot recover in life:

* The Stone after it's thrown
* The Word after it's said
* An Occasion after it's missed
* The Time after it's gone
* A person after they die


 
65Bowtie 
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65Bowtie
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Reg: 05-20-01
03-28-07 07:40 PM - Post#1130827    
    In response to awsum55

That really puts things into perspective and a face/garage to the name. BTW if you need someone to leave that garage to in your will I would be happy to throw my name in the hat.

65 Chevy short step C-10, rear fenders stretched 3", 2" cowl hood. Dart big M 540ci BBC, billet solid roller cam, AFR heads, 4L80E, 9.5" Edge converter

03 Chevy 2500HD SB CC Duramax Allison, Hot Juice

Serving America since 1991, USAF "462"


 
82_454_shorty 
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03-29-07 04:10 AM - Post#1130947    
    In response to 65Bowtie

I love that shop!

http://www.PictureTrail.com/gid10257630


 
USMCVietVet 
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Loc: Enterprise Oregon USA
Reg: 05-22-02
04-15-07 04:46 PM - Post#1143744    
    In response to 82_454_shorty

Really nice shop Grump how come no windows?? security??--Again thanks for all the help[ over the years--Glenn

I was--glenn's 3rd 55 previously
55 chevy 210 2 door 350/4L60 RIP(gone)-and missed!!

-1967 CAMARO--red Z-28 /4speed

02 dodge diesel pickup chipped and no muff 6 speed
13 Honda Ridgeline
06 Honda Ridgeline
14 Honda CRF 250 L


 
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
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Loc: FLORIDA USA
Reg: 03-16-01
04-15-07 05:03 PM - Post#1143755    
    In response to USMCVietVet

"how come no windows?? security??--"

yeah! lots of thought went into the security systems, alarms and poured concrete walls,where I bought and built my retirement dream garage, and redundant security levels.....I guess living in miami teachs you to never relie on a single level of security, no sence making it easy on the 0.2% slime that thinks theft is a reasonable gamble

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 04-15-07 05:05 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
USMCVietVet 
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04-15-07 07:03 PM - Post#1143858    
    In response to grumpyvette

Thats what i thought--but then i thought there were just old people in walkers in Florida too --it's easy to trip them up tho --Glenn

I was--glenn's 3rd 55 previously
55 chevy 210 2 door 350/4L60 RIP(gone)-and missed!!

-1967 CAMARO--red Z-28 /4speed

02 dodge diesel pickup chipped and no muff 6 speed
13 Honda Ridgeline
06 Honda Ridgeline
14 Honda CRF 250 L


 
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
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04-16-07 05:33 AM - Post#1144055    
    In response to USMCVietVet

"but then i thought there were just old people in walkers in Florida too "

your mostly correct, MY wife says stuff like this
http://us.st11.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/sunupsund...

littering the florida beachs is way to OLD for me......OR was that IM TOO OLD FOR THAT...NAAA could,nt be that

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


 
USMCVietVet 
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04-16-07 07:24 AM - Post#1144109    
    In response to grumpyvette

YEP that looks like a good Yellow reason to move from the snow belt (did so yesterday) but my wife would n't let me keep her if i could catch one so why try??? Wish you were closer to do your majic with my 427 in the Vette??--Glenn

I was--glenn's 3rd 55 previously
55 chevy 210 2 door 350/4L60 RIP(gone)-and missed!!

-1967 CAMARO--red Z-28 /4speed

02 dodge diesel pickup chipped and no muff 6 speed
13 Honda Ridgeline
06 Honda Ridgeline
14 Honda CRF 250 L


 
ranman 
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04-25-07 11:39 PM - Post#1151114    
    In response to grumpyvette

  • grumpyvette Said:
"but then i thought there were just old people in walkers in Florida too "

your mostly correct, MY wife says stuff like this
http://us.st11.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/sunupsund...

littering the florida beachs is way to OLD for me......OR was that IM TOO OLD FOR THAT...NAAA could,nt be that



If that's your wife grumpy... you have done better in the stock markets than I ever imagined.

I have a friend with a wood framed garage. It's 44 by 80 and has trusses.... no beams or posts.
......... how big is yours........ yes, the garage.

His is filled with cars, beer signs, pin ball machines... probably close to 30 of em...... Tons of car parts and car related paraphenalia.
Need some 8 track Micky Gilly tapes? Need some 4 track Elvis tapes still in the wrapper? Need a windshield wiper spring tension guage? How about an old Oregon road atlas without interstate 5 on it? He's got some old GM am/fm/8 track/CB units. Need an old Juke box? .... or an old 7-UP or Coke cooler from the 60's? ............ He's got enough cool old crap to start a museum.
He likes having 'stuff', but he doesn't work on cars. He can rip out parts like a pro......... windshields, electric window motors and electric seats.............. he knows all about that stuff. He doesn't build engines or work on carbs...... doesn't do his own oil changes or tune-ups. He has stuff.
Grumpy..... you have cool stuff and you have smarts.... LOTS and LOTS of smarts.
Thank you for sharing yourself with us. You make this forum rock....... you make this site what it is. Your generosity is appreciated by everyone here.
I haven't tuned in as much as I used to, but so glad to see you are still holding down the fort.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If plants ruled the world, would they regulate oxygen?


 
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
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04-26-07 03:56 AM - Post#1151163    
    In response to ranman

"how big is yours........ yes, the garage"

AS LARGE as I COULD POSSIABLY AFFORD PLUS SOME....36' deep x 16 feet tall x 74 feet wide
and yeah I wish it were BIGGER but IM THRILLED to have my dream garage as it is simply because I worked and planed and saved to get it for more than 30 years, at 4 times the size,it beats the 20 wide x 32 deep 10 ft tall shop I worked in for 30 years

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 04-26-07 04:00 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
ranman 
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04-27-07 05:21 PM - Post#1152469    
    In response to grumpyvette

  • grumpyvette Said:
"how big is yours........ yes, the garage"

AS LARGE as I COULD POSSIABLY AFFORD PLUS SOME....36' deep x 16 feet tall x 74 feet wide
and yeah I wish it were BIGGER but IM THRILLED to have my dream garage as it is simply because I worked and planed and saved to get it for more than 30 years, at 4 times the size,it beats the 20 wide x 32 deep 10 ft tall shop I worked in for 30 years




Can I have your old one?
My friend is never in his house.... he's always in the garage cleaning something, tinkering or fixing something electronic, ripping power seat tracks or power window motors out of an old Caddy prior to junking it.
Friends pop over there to bs, have a cold one, and see what he netted at the previous weekends garage sale shopping trip.
Anyhow Grumpy, you worked hard and deserved that new 'home'. It's way cool.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If plants ruled the world, would they regulate oxygen?


 
blown55 
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blown55
Loc: Northern Ohio
Reg: 10-06-04
05-05-07 05:12 PM - Post#1158286    
    In response to grumpyvette

Nice to see the face with the name certainly a man with a wealth of knowlege...He$$ he even looks grumpy lol...Regards, Dennis

ifurnotblownusuk...www.cardomain search blown55,picturetrail.com search blown55, IM-dennisatmorris@hotmail .com


 
BrianEsser 
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05-06-07 03:43 PM - Post#1158998    
    In response to blown55

Seeing his amazing shop makes me sigh every time I see my tiny packed garage.

Very nice indeed!





 
enigma57 
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Posts: 9745
enigma57
Age: 70
Loc: Texas
Reg: 10-28-00
05-06-07 04:56 PM - Post#1159058    
    In response to grumpyvette

Nice digs, Grumpy! And many thanks for your wise council and invaluable assistance over the years.

Happy Motoring,

Harry



 
chevy-dreamer 
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05-09-07 12:34 PM - Post#1161213    
    In response to grumpyvette

  • grumpyvette Said:

IVE learned to K.I.S.S. (KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID)
IVE learned that a FEW QUALITY parts will BEAT lots of junk
IVE learned careful clearancing and attention to details makes a HUGE DIFFERANCE
IVE learned researching and learning from other people mistakes is FAR cheaper and faster than making your own in a car build.
IVE learned to do extensive research BEFORE buying parts
IVE learned NEVER BUY PARTS that you get on (DEALS) if they dont match your goals
Ive learned that building engines for maximum AVERAGE TQ IN the RPM RANGE youll use the car beats building for maximun PEAK hp numbers
IVE learned asking lots of questions is far cheaper than makeing lots of mistakes
IVE learned that a cars performance depends a great deal on its POWER TO WEIGHT RATIO.
IVE learned that to have fun,your combo must be BOTH dependable and faster than MOST but not ALL the competition (most guys will never afford the expence in being the fastest car in your area)
IVE learned a CAR that breaks down is a TOTAL P.I.T.A. and RELIEABILITY is VERY IMPORTANT!

http://garage.grumpysperformance.com

and like many of you IM broke most of the time, because of this hobby,but always glad to help out



Thanks for sharing what you have learned. That will help me to avoid some mistakes, but we are all still learning, learning, learning...

I love Chevrolets... all Chevrolets


 
racereno 
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Posts: 285

Loc: Smoky Mtns. NC
Reg: 03-10-02
05-18-07 06:09 PM - Post#1168016    
    In response to chevy-dreamer

Great post c-d, I think we all need to remember Grumpy's 11 Commandments! (we won't mention his 12th...whoops)




 
0utlaw 
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Loc: US East Coast
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08-23-07 02:10 PM - Post#1238111    
    In response to grumpyvette

Now thats a garage. when you fill them with vehicles they get small quick..so I like your thinking.
The idea is to build a garage with an attached or unattached house.....and not the other way around!

If you can weld ice cream, you can fix anything!


Edited by 0utlaw on 08-23-07 02:13 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
SteveStreeter 
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09-14-07 09:26 PM - Post#1254191    
    In response to grumpyvette

Great thread Grumpy. Thanks!

Steve


 
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
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11-22-07 12:38 PM - Post#1302311    
    In response to SteveStreeter




I was asked "whats your current engine, combo,"

well it changes almost every month as I play with it, but heres My current 383 combo, (which Im currently refreshing for a spare)I built the engine SPECIFICALLY to run nitrious , but still be marginally easy to drive on the street, Its certainly NOT a race car but its fast enought to be marginally scary at times

splayed 4 bolt block,4.030 bore ARP studs
.020 copper head gaskets
6" cat 7/16" rod bolt (H) connecting rods
FORGED PISTONS 2016 alloy
SCAT 3.75" stroke FORGED internally ballanced ,4340 crank
CRANE 119661 roller cam & kit (better springs added)
air pump eliminator
jackson gear cam drive
smaller crank pullie
BBK 58mm throttle body
ERSON 1.6:1 BILLET roller rockers
gapless rings
TRICKFLOW twisted wedge heads (ported extensively)
STEALTH RAM(dirrect strait shot from back of valve to plenum) (ported and modified extensively)plus adjustable fuel pressure regulator
SFI 168 tooth flex plate
10 qt custom oil pan/high volume oil pump
windage screen/crank scraper /oil cooler
3000 rpm stall converter
36 LB injectors (soon to be 42 lb)
hooker 1 3/4" headers, 3" exhaust
HOLLEY http://www.holley.com/890-160.asp
taylor 10.4 mm wires
MDS ignition with manual retard dial
3.73:1 rear gears
aftermaket EFI fuel pump
larger fuel lines
trans cooler with powered fan
1.5"deeper aluminum trans pan
175 hp wet nitrous kit (EXTENSIVELY MODIFYED and re-jetted) similar to this



Im currently collecting parts to upgrade to a BBC in the vette, after running various combos/ components and testing over a dozen cams and almost that many intakes based on this basic 383 design
several 700r4 transmission, a couple rear suspension,
and more replaced U-joints , tires and brakes ETC. than you would believe
(being retired hurts the spare cash budget flow rates)


WHAT WOULD I CHANGE IF I WAS STICKING WITH THE SBC 383?

keep in mind the current BASIC combos 12 years old and theres been a bunch of better parts come on line...It was a great combo at the time but it can be improved on now...

Id swap to the 66cc AFR 210cc heads,with L98 angle plugs and ID BUILD/WELD up a CUSTOM EFI intake , similar to the STEALTHRAM,
BUT,BASED on the
http://www.holley.com/300-44.asp



ID swap to this cam, and a 3500 rpm stall converter and a set of 42 lb injectors

http://www.cranecams.com/?show=browseParts& ;act...

http://www.adperformance.com/index.php?main_page=p...

this would probably boost my hp 50-70 hp and raise both ends the useful rpm band about 600rpm, but make it even LESS street friendly to drive, and require a differant set of valve springs

but Im currently collecting parts to upgrade to a BBC in the vette, after running various combos/ components and testing over a dozen cams and almost that many intakes based on this basic 383 design
several 700r4 transmission, a couple rear suspension,
and more replaced U-joints , tires and brakes ETC. than you would believe
(being retired hurts the spare cash budget flow rates)

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 01-06-08 06:40 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
4dr 57 
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09-25-08 04:23 AM - Post#1529031    
    In response to blown55

  • blown55 Said:
Nice to see the face with the name certainly a man with a wealth of knowlege...He$$ he even looks grumpy lol...Regards, Dennis





Yessir, What he said!!

best wishes
stan

It's all good. mostly




 
TheBandit 
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Loc: Oxnard CA
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02-10-09 12:46 PM - Post#1627032    
    In response to 4dr 57

What sort of work did you do as a mechanical engineer?

The Bandit - 1970 Nova
SB355, 9.7:1, XE274, Perf RPM Heads & Int, Demon 650DP, HEI, 1 5/8, TH400, 10" BTE
12bolt 3.73posi , Slide-A-Links, multileaf, 275/60R15 GT Qualifiers on 15x8.5 Convo Pros


 
grumpyvette 
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grumpyvette
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02-10-09 06:46 PM - Post#1627363    
    In response to TheBandit

mostly any darn thing my boss could dream up,and being sent out to cure customer related issues,totally unrelated to my field, like equipment design, and placement, trouble shooting, etc. but I spent a great deal of time working on teli-communications equipment,and testing and cable layout and placement for at&t
(or as my boss frequently said)
( GO SEE THESE GUYs, at THIS ADDRESS,FIGURE OUT A FAST COST EFFECTIVE WAY TO GET THIS GUY HAPPY, THEN HANDLE IT!)
most of my bosses were CLUELESS, about how equipment worked, they figgured if I got the customers equipment working cheaply and fast that was the only requirement they were concerned about
and it didn,t matter how if it required low expence and limited time

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 02-10-09 06:57 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
rusty82silverado 
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12-12-09 12:38 PM - Post#1822691    
    In response to grumpyvette

Thats a nice garage Grump.

I remember almost 5 years ago, I was broke and my only form of transportation at the time, a rusty 1982 silverado, was down. I needed to pull the harmonic balencer and had no money.

Grumpy sent me a private message offering to give me a puller free and he would pay the shipping as well!

I still have the SNAP-ON puller he gave me, must be an expensive tool..

Im not so broke that I cant afford a 20 dollar tool anymore, either.

I still got that rusted 1982 silverado its no longer my only form of transpo' . I just started it up for the first time in probably 4 months. Made me think about this website and grumpy helping me out nearly 5 years ago.

I just wanna say thanks to Grumpy and Im done borrowing your tool if ya want it back.. Oh yea I lost the pointy piece of the end. sorry man!





 
World Domination 
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01-21-10 08:16 AM - Post#1846437    
    In response to rusty82silverado

Can anyone tell me about how to find out about zoning?

For instance, let's say i want to buy some land and build a garage, as pictured above, or park a trailer on it, or.........do whatever.

How do i find out about zoning/regulations etc.?



 
kevindtimm 
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02-17-10 06:38 AM - Post#1864426    
    In response to World Domination

County/Township/Municipal ity you're thinking of moving to will have that information.

2008 Equinox LS - My only Chevy right now


 
grumpyvette 
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02-17-10 06:41 AM - Post#1864430    
    In response to rusty82silverado

Im always glad to help where I can, thanks for letting me know it helped!



READ THIS LINKED INFO

http://garage.grumpysperformance.com

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


Edited by grumpyvette on 04-28-15 02:45 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
grumpyvette 
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02-17-10 06:45 AM - Post#1864432    
    In response to World Domination

your local building and zoning board will gladly provide that info, look on your PROPERTY TAX bill for your property ID number and bring that, down to the building and zoning dept, they can pull up all the info, a legal description of the property and the restrictions, dimensions, set backs etc.

IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


 




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