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    1986 Fineline Hydro

    It is powered by a Blown Alcohol 454 GM Big Block, that is
    bored .030 over
    2 speed Lenco Transmission, with a Cassel gear drive and
    New floor installed
    It has an 871 Mooneyham Blower with 8mm pullies
    are 51 teeth to 55 teeth and a 61 tooth and a 64 tooth for the
    drive, also has Enderle Hat and fuel injection system, with all
    the pills and a Enderle 110 pulley drive fuel pump
    It has a balanced and polished steel, internal balance crank
    shaft, with degree wheel, with Brooks Aluminum Rods
    It has a roller cam with roller rockers and Titanium valves
    Equipped with a Kuhl, gear driven timing
    Mallory Super Mag magneto with extension and Tachometer
    Qualified buyers are eligible for financing, nationwide shipping
    and extended warranties.

    Make: Other
    Model: Hydro
    Year: 1986
    Price: $19000
    Color: Other
    Condition: Used
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    Re: 1986 Fineline Hydro

    I still havn't figured out how they get those back on the trailer?
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    Hooper Utah

    Re: 1986 Fineline Hydro

    back in deep enough to float over the trailer fenders or have a extendable tongue built into the trailer to make the trailer set farther away from the launch rig. the problem is the air management plates (fins) hang down bellow the sponsions even more.

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