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Old 03-25-2006, 02:57 PM   #71
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Re: For that matter, so are non

Originally Posted by krousdb
Originally Posted by SVOboy
For that matter, so are non DIY alignments. If you're selling drugs in NJ anytime soon swing buy and I'll put some coilovers on for you, should only take about 2 hours.
You shuold make RH77 sign a release form before you install them, especially if he has a bad back.

Bounce, bounce, bounce.... down the street. I am used to it and it's not bad for me because I stay off the interstates and the roads are fairly smooth. But the times that I have to drive on I-79 the incessant bouncing turns my brains to mush.
Honestly, I do have a bad back (another good call), ironically (degenerative disc disease). For the most part it's OK, but yeah, the jolts probably would be a bad idea. L4-L5 and L5-S1 are both shot, so I don't personally have shock absorbers in my lower back, and if the squished disc pushes against the spinal cord due to inflammation, my leg goes numb and hurts. Wish I would've known that when I was lifting 300-lb patients as a Medic/Firefighter 5 years ago (found out around 2 years back).


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