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03-13-2014 17:23:11

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Fred Grahler (spelling) Weights 3700 Bill says it is made out of plastic.

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03-13-2014 19:30:52

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 Re: super m weight? in reply to VicS, 03-13-2014 17:23:11  
I'll have to look into some more rules. I know up here they don't let us do a lot of fabrication without them trying to disqualify you. I've learned that with my H. And curt I know there are a lot of M's around here that are running 4000 or 4500. Just they have a lot more money into them to get to that weight with topcovers etc. I just decided to put my money were it counted. My motor.

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03-14-2014 10:54:16

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 Re: super m weight? in reply to awchevy, 03-13-2014 19:30:52  
That is the best place to put your money, good call. You can get them as light as you want but they usually pull better heavier anyway.

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03-14-2014 07:41:28

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 Re: super m weight? in reply to awchevy, 03-13-2014 19:30:52  
some people clean the transmission good,fill with foam,then put just enough oil in to cover the bottom of the bull gear . saves a little weight .

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