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Old 05-18-2015, 12:27 AM   #201
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Wow, I just looked back in this thread to page 8, post 76 where I posted my photo chops of your roof raise.

Who ever edited my posts like that almost ruined your thread. Some of the posts are hard to understand because of the editing.

All of this took place back when I was wrongfully banned. In the days that followed after, over 700 of my posts were deleted. Others edited, removing my name.

All the pics I hosted are still safely working.

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Old 05-18-2015, 08:58 AM   #202
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Wow, I just looked back in this thread to page 8, post 76 where I posted my photo chops of your roof raise.

Who ever edited my posts like that almost ruined your thread. Some of the posts are hard to understand because of the editing.

All of this took place back when I was wrongfully banned. In the days that followed after, over 700 of my posts were deleted. Others edited, removing my name.

All the pics I hosted are still safely working.

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I'll have to go back & look when I have more time
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Old 05-20-2015, 01:49 PM   #203
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Wow, I just looked back in this thread to page 8, post 76 where I posted my photo chops of your roof raise.

Who ever edited my posts like that almost ruined your thread. Some of the posts are hard to understand because of the editing.

All of this took place back when I was wrongfully banned. In the days that followed after, over 700 of my posts were deleted. Others edited, removing my name.

All the pics I hosted are still safely working.

Nat
Actually Nat I think most of the deleted pics are my fault, I deleted some to make room for others at the time because it was saying my allotment was used up.
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Old 05-21-2015, 12:56 AM   #204
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Not pics that I saw missing.

It's edited posts.

All good, I look forward to the continuation of the build.

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Old 05-23-2015, 12:42 PM   #205
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Yesterday I relocated my chassis batteries, I removed them from the left side area to free up the storage area into the right side engine compartment, I'm going to replace the two batteries with one AGM, while relocating I was able to remove 14ft of 4/0 cable & 6ft of 2/0 cable
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Old 05-23-2015, 06:36 PM   #206
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How do you keep all the paper from flying off when you drive down the road?

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How do you keep all the paper from flying off when you drive down the road?

The resin from the fiberglass
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