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Old 12-10-2012, 08:24 PM   #11
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Google dug this thread up for me, I didn't realize how old it was until I posted. I already posted on this issue IN my own thread. Nobody had any helpful insight. I wasn't asking for help only commenting on something posted by someone else. Then* not "than". That's why I think it may be the pinch bolt. Does pointlessly talking sh*t on forums make you feel good about yourself?
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:55 PM   #12
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Google dug this thread up for me, I didn't realize how old it was until I posted. I already posted on this issue IN my own thread. Nobody had any helpful insight. I wasn't asking for help only commenting on something posted by someone else. Then* not "than". That's why I think it may be the pinch bolt. Does pointlessly talking sh*t on forums make you feel good about yourself?
seriously? Yes it does make me feel good.
And it not your pinch bolt that is your problem but go ahead with your stupid assumptions
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:06 AM   #13
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seriously? Yes it does make me feel good.
And it not your pinch bolt that is your problem but go ahead with your stupid assummptions
Lol well by all means, flame away. Just happy I could help with your self esteem issues.

Oh? And you determined this from the single post I made on the issue? I'm not sure how good your advice on cars is. You have enough trouble with spelling. I hope people don't actually let you touch their cars?

It's* Assumptions*
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:29 AM   #14
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LOL you got me I do suck at spelling.
Anyway FYI I wasn't being a dick in my first post you are the one that let a Internet post upset you I was trying to be helpful and let you know most people ignore old threads and you should start a new one.
And yes I know it's not your pinch bolt because I know what the function of that bolt is and it has nothing to do with steering slop adjustment. See even though you think I'm a dick I did try to help you but I will stop now so you can continue proof reading forum post.
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Haha. Touche. You make a very valid point. I apologize. It's a frustrating subject for me cause 1) nobody had helpful suggestions when I started my own thread on the issue, and 2) I was pretty damn excited that I thought I had finally solved my problem. I still plan on checking the pinch bolt, but if you're right then it's back to the drawing board. :-/
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