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A study of the double dyno 19-Jan-2011 At 9:39:55 AM juanes
On 19/01/2011 One Day Hero wrote:
>On 18/01/2011 gordoste wrote:
>I reckon the results of this study are bleeding obvious to anyone who
>has taken an interest in dynos. Years ago I was given the advice 'aim high,
>catch early' by a Nowra legend (who had no Uni qualification to make him
>sound like an expert)

Thats quality advice; clear, concise. You don't need a PHD to understand it. Gold!

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