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Old 04-23-2010, 05:55 PM
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the MAF product looks beefier and the flange is substantially thicker too.

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ignoring the fact that i hate jto, this statement tells you why you should go with maf
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:15 PM
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Yeah, I got the MAF in hand already. thanks Ige! Just trying to figure out coatings now.
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I just picked my header up from the powder coater this afternoon. The new header came out very nice and I know that years from now it will still be in great shape.

When I dropped it off earlier this week, the guy remembered doing headers for me a few years ago. He asked how they were doing, so I popped the hood on the Bronco and we took look. They still look as fresh as the day I picked them up.
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When I dropped it off earlier this week, the guy remembered doing headers for me a few years ago. He asked how they were doing, so I popped the hood on the Bronco and we took look. They still look as fresh as the day I picked them up.
sounds like you've found a quality powdercoater ricardo...care to share the name with us
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sounds like you've found a quality powdercoater ricardo...care to share the name with us
Pristine Powder Coating in Englewood. Lee is the owner/operator and used to own a FJ40.
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Richardo, how much did it run you? Feel free to PM me if you'd rather. thanks!
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It was right about 2 benjamins.
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