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Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??

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John Vanlandingham
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Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 25, 2006 07:26PM
From an astute fella who knows worse than NSA is looking for evil-doers o SS.com


>>Hi John,

>>Yeah I borrowed the photo from www.rallyanarchy.com

>>I suppose at one time or another most of us have had our finger up >>our nose. What I found particularly amusing was that your finger was b>>urried, then you looked at the camera, and well pretty much posed.

>>I guess beauty is in the eyes of the person behind the camera.

Are you saying Skye found me beautiful????
He's canadian but I don't think they're all like that....he has a pretty cute girlfriend....

>>Hi John,




>>Anyways on to car stuff.

So SOON?
Just when the speculation about Skye was sounding interesting!!!!

>>I understand that you may be someone to offer "advice" on boingers ?

It has been know to occur, although since a certain overzealous Moderator has been on a self appointed rampage, it has been severely curtailed.

>>Do you offer "advice" for multiple apps or only certain cars?

Yes.

>>From the time that you offer "advice" to the time when I could >>install them, what is the lead time ?

Well the gruesome details of mahalling the forces of nature and coordinating the Industrial Might of Fortress America in a magical dance of amazing dexterity and breathtaking virtuosity are a tale in and of themselves and could in no way be construed as doing bany sort of reccomendation of one product or another.
So generally for custom applications it seems every supplier takes from a week to a couple of months depending on where production is and he trade winds bloweing in the "roaring 40s", but Derek is the Trans-Pacific sailor here so he could talk better about that.
I know the there are finished a certain number of un-pre-ordered parts awaiting only ears to make them happy Subie struts or Misterbitchy or Golf lurking at undisclosed locations near the airport in Seattle.

>>What is the warranty on said boingers and components ?

Well as I was down at the _former_ US distribtor for DMS once looking at a shock broken where the was a lack of a radiius, and Mr Klarkalainenen was saying how the principle, a Mr Drummond had told him flat out "There has never been a single failure of a XMS suspension unit and the one that broke was an installation problem" despite the fact that the replacement was machined completely differently when it arrived 8 months later at full cost, it made me think.
I _I_ were offering garantees on something if I _were_ thinking about selling sumpin, I'd have to say I'd garantee them forever for all contingencies*

>>I want to maintain the status quo here so have chosen the word >>"advice" as a suitable alternative to a different word.

AAAAhhhhhhhh!
But then you know where you can bring this whole thing up and discuss it openly and frankly with fear of having whole poists randomly edited into oblivion just to prove ones self-importance, dontcha????

I'll help.
Go Look>>>>>>>>>>>>>


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* with the condition the stuff remains in the original packaging in a cool dark space.



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Re: Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 25, 2006 08:04PM
We need to get your website organized a little better sometime, John....





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Re: Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 25, 2006 08:36PM
Skye Wrote:
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> We need to get your website organized a little
> better sometime, John....
>
HAHHAHHAHHAHHAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAHAHAHHHHHHAAAAA



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Re: Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 26, 2006 12:16AM
Before you organize the website, perhaps you should organize his driveway and garage.

Although the pretty white gates in the nose picking picture sure look new swanky.

So perhaps the chaos at the asylum is diminished ?
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Re: Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 26, 2006 10:21AM
Guys, please, stop.

That picture was taken when he was single. Now that he is married to a fine lady (not a Cossie crank) and is a father to my gorgeous niece (not to a brake caliper) he is a lot more civilised. There are rumours that now he uses the sleeve of his shirt instead of his stuffed grapeleaf size fingers to clean his intake manifold, I mean nose.







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Re: Hello? Is this the right place for contruction advice??
January 26, 2006 12:59PM
Geez I didn't know everyone would be so excited to see someone picking their nose. I thought it was more exciting that he was chasing the flywheel holes to put on my clutch but maybe that's just because it's my car.





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