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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:17 pm 
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That is a good looking wheelie Mark. \:D/

"maybe santa will bring him some wheelie bars."


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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:22 pm 
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Thanks guys!!! I finally get to see what it looks like!!! =;  =;  =; Thanks JERDOG for posting it!!

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Mark70Nova wrote:
Thanks guys!!! I finally get to see what it looks like!!! =;  =;  =; Thanks JERDOG for posting it!!
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I E MAILED YOU COPIES..Oh and anytime you want to see it live from the outside I do have a helmet and will trv  ;-)  j/k

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That wheelie was perfect, just what I want for my elky, can anybody help me do this to mine???????? =;  =;  really, I'm not kidding, makes great photos =D>  =D> send me a mail, you will be paid, in beer that is =;  =;  \:D/  \:D/  \:D/  I have 60"  wheelie bars just waitin to go on too =;

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Wheelie bars?  Mark says those are for wimps.   =;

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ROTFLMAO!!!!! MM, wheelie bars??? I don't need no stinkin' wheelie bars!! =;  =;  =;  =;  Elkyman, the trick is to have Jerry ride in the bed of the El Camino, waaaaaay back by the tailgate.. 8-[  8-[  Seriously though, thanks for the compliment! It takes alittle work on the front end as well as the rear suspension. 5" of travel in the front, with the extension as loose as possible, for the rear you'll have to talk with one of the Chevelle experts on here. Good luck, have a safe flight! O:)  O:)

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Awesome wheelie mark. Looked like 60' with rear wheels \:D/  \:D/

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Mark70Nova wrote:
ROTFLMAO!!!!! MM, wheelie bars??? I don't need no stinkin' wheelie bars!! =;  =;  =;  =;  Elkyman, the trick is to have Jerry ride in the bed of the El Camino, waaaaaay back by the tailgate.. 8-[  8-[  Seriously though, thanks for the compliment! It takes alittle work on the front end as well as the rear suspension. 5" of travel in the front, with the extension as loose as possible, for the rear you'll have to talk with one of the Chevelle experts on here. Good luck, have a safe flight! O:)  O:)
I don't mind riding in the back. But don't duct tape my mouth next time

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I don't understand why you guys made Jeff ride in back too. :-s


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I don't understand why you guys made Jeff ride in back too. :-s
Thats where the blender was

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Margaritaman wrote:
Wheelie bars?  Mark says those are for wimps.   =;

LMAO now \:D/  \:D/  \:D/

Mark, I have an extremely loose front end suspension now, and I have added over 120lbs. to the rear of the elky now O:)  O:)   With a 116 inch wheelbase, it is hard with a big block that far forward of the c/g of the chassis, so, I either keep adding weight to the rear, remove more from the front, both, or use a pressure reliefe valve to launch the front of the chassis under the frame \:D/  \:D/  I need to scale it again and see where I'm at now.  Still, you carry that chassis well, and you have done a good job.
AS far as putting Jeff in the back, hope he can hang on to flat black tin I have over the bed, and it's real HOT in the sunlight too [-X

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Awsome Wheelie!! I hope mine does it next year..

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