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    Good efforts Denny.
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    Clevite® engine bearings have been used on every NASCAR Champion’s engine since the inaugural season in 1948. Now MAHLE. Look for the MAHLE name on every front fender.

    They make the real Plastigage too....................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser08 View Post
    Clevite® engine bearings have been used on every NASCAR Champion’s engine since the inaugural season in 1948. Now MAHLE. Look for the MAHLE name on every front fender.

    They make the real Plastigage too....................
    Welcome to the forum. Glad you're here, but know that you've posted to a thread that was active in April 2007, eight years past. Not that it's not still relevant, but the folks who posted are pretty much gone other than Pat, who only stops by occasionally.
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