Are you sure? I suppose I wouldn't admit that sort of thing over the internet either, but I will leave it at that..
I am here to talk about Sled's.. not about a complete strangers sexual-preferance..
I thouhgt it was a rather interesting convo.
um 81, that was pretty d*m rude, just a slight comment on the side like what I said is probably OK, but I knew when to let the topic die... erik stated it was getting off and so I left it, as you probably should have....
In case you weren't aware of it, people of all different ages and sexes use this site. Joking around is permitted but leave it on an appropriate level. If you wouldn't want your 10 year old son or your wife to see what you posted then don't post it. Just think, FALL is here allready and the snow will follow so control the impulses to act juvenile for your sled!
If you really want to mill the head on the 440, you need to know the squish band. Get to a Yamaha service shop and ask. I've used some light weight solder to measure the "squish" in the cylinder and measure it with a micrometer. If you have to ask how to do this other that what I've said you should take it to a dealer to have it done or leave it alone. 
Give your head a shake,You are fighting a lossing battle,Your scraping with with the head honcho any don,t have a clue.maybe you missed he,s member #2,
Going after me is one thing,
But Hey keep it up, i like the outcome.
You will probably be gone for a number of reasons.
#1 bringing up your g/f into a discussion about cat-shaving. 
#2 Ignoring an admin's request to stop discussing something that can be deemed inappropriate. This is a snowmobile site, not a porn site, or a sex site.
#3 Attacking an admin directly.
"he" or "I" or any of the "moderators" can tell you when to end a conversation. Period. It's "he" and "I"'s site, and the moderators are our trusted staff to take care of morons who let things get off track, then instead of accepting it and moving on, they want to complain and whine and cause a ruckus. Which is what YOU are doing.
Don't forget, you are a guest here, and we only ask to obey a few simple rules.
Don't come back with some smart-mouthed reply to my response here because it will most likely get you into more trouble.
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