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Old 10-08-2004, 10:13 AM   #1
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Exclamation What is a "Cheap Trick"?

A "cheap trick" is either free or inexpensive when compared to the benefit it gives. The "Fulltime Power Outlet Mod" is certainly a cheap trick, since costs only pennies and provides a big benefit. The "Trailmaster Inversion Mod" is also a cheap trick since it costs nothing and improves the travel and reliability of the Trailmaster 6" lift. The "Deckplate Mod" might also be considered to be a cheap trick, since it costs relatively little, while still giving proven results that rival those of intakes costing hundreds of dollars more. However, the Supercharger would definately NOT be considered to be a cheap trick.

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True Dat! you forgot about the Mudflap mod, now this is something that will be done for you if you are not careful!
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Cheap Trick rules!!!

Edit: oh sorry bout that just read your whole message...
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