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kenish
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Comment:Re: Paint? - kenish-12/12/2013
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Comment:Re: Fuel Systems - kenish-7/23/2013
Comment:Re: Fuel Systems - kenish-7/22/2013
Comment:Re: Fuel Systems - kenish-7/22/2013
Comment:Battery swelling - kenish-7/12/2013
Comment:Re: Dire needs - kenish-6/21/2013
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Comment:Re: Risky choice - kenish-5/31/2013
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Comment:Re: Fly by hand - kenish-5/20/2013
Comment:Re: Speedometer - kenish-3/6/2013
Comment:Re: Good point! - kenish-1/9/2013
Comment:Re: Legal issues - kenish-12/26/2012
Comment:Re: Why not values - kenish-12/18/2012
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Comment:Re: Frightening - kenish-10/4/2012
Comment:Re: Great Contest! - kenish-9/24/2012
Comment:Re: Big changes - kenish-8/31/2012
Comment:Re: WOW!!! - kenish-8/7/2012
Comment:Re: No derating? - kenish-5/30/2012
Comment:Re: All or none - kenish-5/9/2012
Comment:Caption - kenish-4/20/2012
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