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iv been on the site for a month but i decided its time to introduce myself my name is Dalton and im 16 and lives in Niagara falls and i own a summit white 2002 montana thunder awd and my mom owns a 2006 montana sv6 in the same colour and before that we had a 89 gp.



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' date='Jul 1 2011, 01:31 PM' post='56487']

Welcome to FP!

For your sig, add tags, so it appears. :(

sigs need to be no bigger than 600x150 so youll need to shrink and crop it first.

thanks :cheers:

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i will get a good one eventually im trying to fix up the 02 so it would look good in a pic. is it hard to replace rocker panels and rear hubs anyone know btw its versatrak. lol i want to scrap it and build a gtp and rig the versatrak to it. but i know it wouldnt handle the power.

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I think it'd be virtually impossible to run the AWD in a GP... what makes you want to scrap it? Rear hubs aren't too bad on a FWD, but I've never done them on a AWD probably slightly more difficult...



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The partys over MTZ but your just in time to help clean up.

grab a mop! :lol:

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