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Old 03-07-2011, 01:06 AM   #71
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Dude, three of us just in this thread are atleast 50-100miles near each other. We can meet. We have a lot of us in LA (the majority of this site)

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You think Brent is listening to this very conversation?
Absolutely.
Everett has a good point too. A Haynes manual is a great investment. I should pick one up for the gf's car soon.
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Brent could be the Dicktator with his underlings to boss around. We would be in a constant state of turmoil because none of us can manage to get along for 12 hours at a time.
Ha....honestly. It's not all of us. Most of us get along great. It's those lifers and their sense of entitlement that is bothersome. Since we chatted saleen I got no issue with you at all

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Absolutely.
Everett has a good point too. A Haynes manual is a great investment. I should pick one up for the gf's car soon.
That Haynes manual has some good info. They explain it well enough that a newb can do it

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Ha....honestly. It's not all of us. Most of us get along great. It's those lifers and their sense of entitlement that is bothersome. Since we chatted saleen I got no issue with you at all

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Yea, I know dude. I was just noting all the turmoil we have. One of us is having a bad day and someone always pushes the right buttons! lol.
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Yea, I know dude. I was just noting all the turmoil we have. One of us is having a bad day and someone always pushes the right buttons! lol.
Oh for sure. And we were all kinda feeling each other out. No biggie. Good to go

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