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Old 03-14-2004, 03:26   #1 (permalink)
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eerrrrr, g'day there,

I may be really silly and behind the times, but I see this notation in various posts: "TIKFD6"

can sombody tell me what it means??

C'mon, give an old fart a bit of leeway............
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Old 03-14-2004, 03:30   #2 (permalink)
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That's one of the regulars... and if it is in various posts, he's probably being quoted on his words of wisdom!
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EBXR i think he means, what does TIKFD6 mean.

It is my nick on FF.
What sort of car do you drive creature?

You can work out what i means if you say it fast.
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ah ha, now I understand. Thanks for that
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just an EL Fairmont wagon with headers an' a big zorst, an' a SS cold air induction thingy with a Crow cam, lowered with King springs front an' rear with munroe sensatrac shox. Sorta greyish colour.

Boy do I feel stupid
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What rims???
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nothin' special, just CSA Magnum, 15"X7. Decided against the 16''s as I couldn't afford the tyres. Trying out Hankook "silicon" tyres at the moment. So far so good, but i am having a bit of trouble getting them balanced. I don't know if it is the tyre shop or the tyres yet. I will find out tomorrow when I go to my "prefered" tyre shop, and get them re-balanced
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Sounds nice.
Any pics?
It would have to be a pretty rare thing being a EL Fairmont wagon.

With the tyres decent 15" tyres cost as much as 16 or 17" tyres anyway.
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