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Old 01-17-2013, 04:27 PM   #125
disston
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Originally Posted by chollo9 View Post
I have been known to post smart-ass replies on this forum. This post is not one of them.

Bill's post quoted above is meant as good advice. "Over your head" often leads to expensive damage, not just frustration.

We all had to learn to crawl before we learned to walk. Aftermarket parts, especially aftermarket electrical parts, are tantamount to running, sprinting even.

Disston is a saint.

You already owe him a case of beer. And a carton of cigarettes. Or the equivalent of each.
Me too, me too! I think sometimes "Now I've done it. They'll throw me out for sure, for that one". The Chollo says he agrees, LOL.

You are right about what Bill says. Electric is not something to learn in a day. Baby steps at first are advised.

( for your info I quite smoking a year and a half ago. I haven't had a drink in 15 years) (but if somebodies buying I might consider it)
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