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Old 08-13-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Any Husqvarna owners have Ibeat?

Title says it all. Does anyone have the Ibeat EFI diagnostic tool that I could borrow briefly? Hoping someone has one locally so I don't have to drive to Austin.
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If you have to borrow it then doesn't that make it a Ubeat?
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If you have to borrow it then doesn't that make it a Ubeat?
Or we can diagnose it together. Then it would be a Webeat. Call my wife out to the garage...wifebeat. Grill some burgers while we do it...meatbeat.
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Or we can diagnose it together. Then it would be a Webeat. Call my wife out to the garage...wifebeat. Grill some burgers while we do it...meatbeat.


Touche!

If you grilled burgers while blogging about it, would that be a meatbeat manifesto?
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