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I like the 12th and 14th from the bottom, from an artistic standpoint. Nice angles. I think either of those or the bottom one would be the best for a calendar. (The 12th from the bottom might be a little dark though, depends on the calendar design really.) Overall nice work, and great looking Goat! :(

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Great pics, Erik.

And is it me, or does your exhaust seem tweaked?

Whoa, you're right! It does appear to be that way. Darn those tweaky exhausts-- my roommate seems to have nothing but trouble with his.

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' date='Nov 14 2010, 10:27 PM' post='40707']

Great pics, Erik.

And is it me, or does your exhaust seem tweaked?

indeed it is slightly dicked to the left (driver) and I have jacked with it relentlessly to be perfect dead center. when i first put it on it is but then jiggles back to the left with one drive. I have called it a lost cause on centering it really. its not touching the bumper part so at this point i am okay with it. at least it isn't like it was before i fixed it with the two tips rubbing and rattling :/

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indeed it is slightly dicked to the left (driver) and I have jacked with it relentlessly to be perfect dead center. when i first put it on it is but then jiggles back to the left with one drive. I have called it a lost cause on centering it really. its not touching the bumper part so at this point i am okay with it. at least it isn't like it was before i fixed it with the two tips rubbing and rattling :/

Solution: have an exhaust shop tack weld it in place versus the rubber bushing. They charge you little or nothing at all.

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