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Brettm57

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Re: Sad news about txracer, Jeff Burnett
« Reply #30 on: November 11, 2021, 03:27:03 pm »
I had these stickers made up a year or so ago.  I have one on every sled and ATV I own, and have given them out to family and friends.
1971 634 Puma, 1972 340/440 Puma, 1977 Pantera, 1983 EL-JAGRE, 1980 Jag w/295 Wankel power, 2003 Z 570, 1967 Rupp A-Bone/MC90, 1984 MXK Mirage/Briggs Flathead-alky fueled

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    Re: Sad news about txracer, Jeff Burnett
    « Reply #31 on: November 12, 2021, 01:13:48 am »
    Here he is with my King Kat when he came down for my garage get together.
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    Re: Sad news about txracer, Jeff Burnett
    « Reply #32 on: November 12, 2021, 11:11:14 am »
    Here he is with my King Kat when he came down for my garage get together.
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    He called me right up after that to tell me about riding your KK!  Definitely a high point for him!

    When someone passes, you hear the expression "It won't be the same without them." all the time.  For me, it's more than just an expression when it comes to Jeff.

    The biggest reason I rarely race a sled any more is because it's just not the same without him at the track.
    1971 634 Puma, 1972 340/440 Puma, 1977 Pantera, 1983 EL-JAGRE, 1980 Jag w/295 Wankel power, 2003 Z 570, 1967 Rupp A-Bone/MC90, 1984 MXK Mirage/Briggs Flathead-alky fueled