[Spridgets] Brake bleed question

Larry Daniels ladaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Apr 29 17:42:59 MDT 2008

Damn, I'm on the road for a couple of days and just got my email or I would 
have readily agreed to the deal for Peter before he could nix it.

Considering that we are talking of 5 gallons, I think they will need new 
facilities closer to our paddock.  Maybe with a handrail leading to the door 
for the last couple of gallons (in and out).

And, Peter, considering the (leftover) brew would be shaken and stirred, I'm 
thinkng the inevitable explosions would be less harmful in the bed of the 
Ute than inside your Mini.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter C" <peter at nosimport.com>
To: "Deikis, John G" <John.Deikis at va.gov>; "Larry Daniels" 
<ladaniels at sbcglobal.net>; "Spridgets" <spridgets at autox.team.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 11:19 AM
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] Brake bleed question

> Well now, that would be well shaken by the time I got home in the Mini, or 
> even the Ute, mis-spent as it is.
> Or, we could consume in situ.
> Pity the racers, and they had better have fixed the pissoir at Grattan, 
> which is (singular) substandard at best, like the track surface.
> Peter
> =
> At 11:08 AM 4/29/2008, Deikis, John G wrote:
>>Just last night I was looking through recipes to have something ready
>>for Grattan. I was thinking of something a bit more summery than stout,
>>though.  How about an American Pale Ale?  I'd trade Peter 5 gallons for
>>a set of rear shocks (exchange, of course).
>>PPP and I are pretty loyal to Ron (much to his dismay), but we can be
>>with some good micro-brew (we are both a bit partial to Stout and
>>Porter) or
>>Martinis or Manhattans.
>>Be aware, though, that Ron lets Peter torque his (lug) nuts.  I'm not
>>sure what to make of that.

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