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Unread 03-05-2013, 04:42 PM   #31
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Blaine, I totally forgot what an a$$hole you and several others are on this board. I'm going back to never posting again. THAT is why people will stop buying products from you. You're an a$$hole. I apologize for not seeing the beautifully accurate pic of his drop bracket. Obviously, both drop bracket and pitman should be removed. Oh, and since you're the f**king genius, why didn't you mention that bumpsteer and DW are best avoided by having the drag link and trac bar NEAR aligned, but not perfectly aligned. Who's the idiot now? You are. I'm never helping anyone out on this f**king board again. You complete losers sit at your computer all day instead of going outside and actually doing something. What a life.
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Unread 03-06-2013, 01:04 AM   #36
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Anyways O.o I have done the dry test and there is a knocking noise coming from somewhere in the shaft. I still have not been able to pin point it but hopefully with a help of a friend we could find it. On a lighter note, I did get the bushing in and I'm ready to put back the track bar and I also went back to the old bigger steering stabalizer. Does anyone have any advise on which stabalizer is best?
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Unread 03-06-2013, 06:25 AM   #37
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Anyways O.o I have done the dry test and there is a knocking noise coming from somewhere in the shaft. I still have not been able to pin point it but hopefully with a help of a friend we could find it. On a lighter note, I did get the bushing in and I'm ready to put back the track bar and I also went back to the old bigger steering stabalizer. Does anyone have any advise on which stabalizer is best?
They are all the same. One isn't better then another.
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Unread 03-06-2013, 06:30 AM   #38
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Does anyone have any advise on which stabalizer is best?
Which ever comes in your favorite color (which I'm guessing must be red).
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Unread 03-06-2013, 07:32 AM   #39
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Which ever comes in your favorite color (which I'm guessing must be red).
Now that's funny.
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rofl, I grow weary of your schtick.

Anyway, mine was not to be pointing out who is a *** hole vs who, just that this thread has taken a familiar turn for JFTJ, and I lol and lol and lol every time it do that.

So many internet tough guys. hilarious. anyway, I'm out.
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Blaine, I totally forgot what an a$$hole you and several others are on this board.
He's right, you're wrong. That makes him an *** hole? Your skin is practically transparent.
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I'm going back to never posting again.
That's probably best since everything you said required correcting.
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THAT is why people will stop buying products from you.
Doubtful. The market he caters to appreciates the fact that the designer of those parts is a genius and doesn't beat around the bush.
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You're an a$$hole. I apologize for not seeing the beautifully accurate pic of his drop bracket. Obviously, both drop bracket and pitman should be removed. Oh, and since you're the f**king genius, why didn't you mention that bumpsteer and DW are best avoided by having the drag link and trac bar NEAR aligned, but not perfectly aligned. Who's the idiot now? You are. I'm never helping anyone out on this f**king board again. You complete losers sit at your computer all day instead of going outside and actually doing something. What a life.
In case anyone was wondering, this is the definition of butthurt. And just for the record, I wasn't mostly right. I was fully right.
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Unread 03-06-2013, 10:43 AM   #43
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heh heh, did you have to read it out loud?
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Unread 03-06-2013, 11:50 AM   #44
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heh heh, did you have to read it out loud?
I've known for a very long time about your lawyer buddy.
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Then perhaps you also know my friend who came up with a new name for his trade, based on the merging his 2 professions...he was an Analyst and Therapist...
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