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Thread: I feel privileged to be accosted by the Wayalife clique.

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    Nah, just not part of your clique. Not that I’d want to be if that’s how y’all act. There are good people on here though.


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    Does it require another antennae, or can you use your cb antennae?


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    The clique has their talons dug in. Next is the infirmary.


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    Bitches got me back at the top. Yessssss


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkusilverbullet View Post
    After I bent my stock tie rod I went with the RuffStuff DOM tie rod. Bent that one less than a month later. I am now running the RPM Fab Aluminum tie rod and it's been great. I wanted to try out Synergy because I run their drag link and suspension, but I just had to see what the aluminum hype was about.
    good to hear, i'm waiting for the brownsuited gentleman to drop off my alum tie rod and high steer!

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