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Old 05-30-2015, 06:49 PM   #121
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Aaaah, but we can make you a happy camper again, as this one has an easy solution as per the FAQ:

Forums 101 - posting, accounts, basics

Several members have suggested that folks may not realize they are posting to old threads and so after some thought we have added a warning of sorts to let members know that they are about to respond to an old thread. Here's the way it works:

You will see an old thread warning at the bottom of the reply editor if the thread has not been posted to in 145 days. You can still post, but will need to check a box affirming that you know it's an old thread before your post will load. Some folks might rather start a new thread instead and this will serve to remind them that this might be a better option.

I must have NOT checked the box.

So, I guess I can now be unpeaved.
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Old 05-30-2015, 06:52 PM   #122
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So, I guess I can now be unpeaved.
That's what we like to hear.
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People that call themselves Southerners, but live in a state that starts with NORTH.....for those of you that can navigate online so well, I've figured why it's taking so long to wax my 5'er.....and you all being good shoppers.....help me out now, find me a can of LEFT handed wax.....been to all stores in the area, and it's not on any shelf....read 'em all!
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People that call themselves Southerners, but live in a state that starts with NORTH...
Folks north of the Mason-Dixon making smart remarks about southerners.
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Funny how the mind wanders when one is doing such a boring job on a Saturday.
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Easy. It's on the same shelf as the left-handed smoke shifters, 50-yard coils of shoreline and the cans of relative bearing grease!
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Easy. It's on the same shelf as the left-handed smoke shifters, 50-yard coils of shoreline and the cans of relative bearing grease!
Which store? Must be up high?
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Never used an impact gun (not sure what that is) but did use my 18v dewalt cordless drill. Not loud at all.
Drill, yes, I too use a drill. It is quiet. Rattling impact gun, really? They are heard across the campground.
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Drill, yes, I too use a drill. It is quiet. Rattling impact gun, really? They are heard across the campground.
My drill has a torque cut out, so it rattles when it cuts out, unless I've cranked it up tight so it doesn't release. Might sound like an impact gun to the uninformed when it releases. If you use the same torque setting, it lets you put the same amount of support on each jack, too. You can't really do that tightening them by hand.

It doesn't bother me any when others use them. It's a short rat-a-tat-tat for a second or so. Four times and they're done.
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