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Welded Diff for Rally?

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Re: Welded Diff for Rally?
October 18, 2015 08:55PM
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That's because Toyota's have 70 hp perhaps?



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Re: Welded Diff for Rally?
December 01, 2015 07:50PM
Alright so I just got done assembling the Supra diff (: But I'm still having trouble sourcing some aluminum and or steel for the CV adapters. When would it be a good time to call you John? I'm think about possibly ordering the adapters from you if that alright.

-Thanks, Conner
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Re: Welded Diff for Rally?
December 01, 2015 09:01PM
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Alright so I just got done assembling the Supra diff (: But I'm still having trouble sourcing some aluminum and or steel for the CV adapters. When would it be a good time to call you John? I'm think about possibly ordering the adapters from you if that alright.

-Thanks, Conner

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