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Old 01-19-2013, 05:54 AM   #11
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This question was asked 9 years ago.
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:20 AM   #12
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Re: rub rails

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This question was asked 9 years ago.
How unobservant it was for me to not notice that. I feel silly for posting a response.

Nevertheless, there is some good info that other members can use.

I doubt that the original poster will even see the responses.
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This question was asked 9 years ago.
How unobservant it was for me to not notice that. I feel silly for posting a response.
And since when has an old post been a reason for us to not reply? As we gain more knowledge, usually thru actual practice, the responses become all the more relevant. These posts get archived and result in very comprehensive information. I still read the archived forum over on Busnuts. I know the questions have been asked and some of those threads ran for over a year.

Part of asking a question is "Is it doable" and the rest, possibly the most important part, is "what happens if I do it". I'm pretty sure that this will be the only bus we will ever convert and it will need to serve us for the rest of our lives... however long that may be.
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This question was asked 9 years ago.
How unobservant it was for me to not notice that. I feel silly for posting a response.
And since when has an old post been a reason for us to not reply? As we gain more knowledge, usually thru actual practice, the responses become all the more relevant. These posts get archived and result in very comprehensive information. I still read the archived forum over on Busnuts. I know the questions have been asked and some of those threads ran for over a year.

Part of asking a question is "Is it doable" and the rest, possibly the most important part, is "what happens if I do it". I'm pretty sure that this will be the only bus we will ever convert and it will need to serve us for the rest of our lives... however long that may be.

Answer all the questions you want. It seemed like some were not aware of the age.
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Old 01-19-2013, 02:26 PM   #15
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Perhaps the Post Date needs to be made bigger? My excuse, should I wish to claim it, is that I have "old eyes". What do you younger folks fall back on? Youthful impatience?

It's amazing how often we get wound up posting to an old post that the OP has long abandoned (along with this forum). It seems to happen more often during times of bad weather. A sign of boredom?
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Well,one thing is for sure!
There is now more input to search for in the future...that's a good thing
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There is now more input to search for in the future...that's a good thing
Exactly! As a newbie around here, I appreciate revisiting what you that have been on awhile consider old news. I learned some good info today.
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