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Old 08-07-2013, 09:06 AM   #36
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Honestly the guy before me seemed like one of those ppl who knew just enough to **** everything he touched up... the guy before HIM was awesome but luckily the guy who did the HIDs/stereo only had the car for 4 months. You know, I never even looked but the goddam hi beams might be crossed... when I turn the hi beams on I can't see ****, I just go back to the HIDs on a dark road lol. I really never even looked because I have almost never driven the car in the dark and never in the rain so its never been an issue till now that I go to work earlier and its still dark out.

On my 95 Cobra when I hit the hi beams it lit up everything, I had those housings dialed in though... Hmmm, more to gander at... I might be selling the car soon tho, just had ANOTHER followup on my left knee yesterday... progressive arthritis and cartilage loss. Wife is actually pushing me to sell it and then buy an automatic next year...
Awe. U ever have an injection in the knee? I had this one called Durolane. It's a nutrient injection. Took two months but it finally worked. They told me I had arthritis and tendinitis. My knees back to normal now. Also had a shoulder surgery. That's what laid me up from driving my Stang all summer.

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I'm probably going to sell it, hell I might list it when I get home... Would be a lot harder to sell it in the wintertime so if I'm going to do it I might as well do it meow.
I feel sad for you.
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[QUOTE=351stroker;1751026]Awe. U ever have an injection in the knee? I had this one called Durolane. It's a nutrient injection. Took two months but it finally worked. They told me I had arthritis and tendinitis. My knees back to normal now. Also had a shoulder surgery. That's what laid me up from driving my Stang all summer.[COLOR="Silver"]

I just had shoulder surgery in September of last year and that sucked!! Long road to recovery.
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Awe. U ever have an injection in the knee? I had this one called Durolane. It's a nutrient injection. Took two months but it finally worked. They told me I had arthritis and tendinitis. My knees back to normal now. Also had a shoulder surgery. That's what laid me up from driving my Stang all summer.

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I feel sad for you.
I have not had that done but I will mention it to the ortho next time I see them. But the MRI showed my cartilage is very deteriorated and I have arthritis but who knows.

Don't feel bad for me, if I sell it I'm going to replace it with an 04 GT/Mach or I might even give the S197 a try but dunno. I can do everything to the 79-04 cars myself.



Or I'll get a Lightning.
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I have not had that done but I will mention it to the ortho next time I see them. But the MRI showed my cartilage is very deteriorated and I have arthritis but who knows.

Don't feel bad for me, if I sell it I'm going to replace it with an 04 GT/Mach or I might even give the S197 a try but dunno. I can do everything to the 79-04 cars myself.

Or I'll get a Lightning.
Or a Raptor. Lol. Surgery is always an option. Getting fixed is golden. I am starting to feel great even tho I don't have 100% range of motion but its coming back. I can at least drive my car again. If I can't keep my 5 speed I might as well buy a truck. And mod it too. Lol.
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I'm actually kicking around getting a Powerstroke or a Cummins for family/towing/trips and those are hella modifiable. Problem with Cummins is they wrap it in a Dodge. Problem with the Powerstrokes is good luck finding a 7.3L with low miles that isn't $tons.
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I'm actually kicking around getting a Powerstroke or a Cummins for family/towing/trips and those are hella modifiable. Problem with Cummins is they wrap it in a Dodge. Problem with the Powerstrokes is good luck finding a 7.3L with low miles that isn't $tons.
Lol. I feel ya. I love diesels. Just not the maintenance on the 3/4 or 1 Ton.
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I know this is an older thread, and I don't mean to revive it, but I just wanted to thank everyone for the input and help on this. I ordered my HID's yesterday from HIDExtra. I purchased the 6,000k 35w Bi-Xenon lights. Can't wait to install them!
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