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Old 04-28-2015, 08:15 AM   #13351
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Ok, school me oh wise one......How the hell do I add people to the ignore list? that could come in handy.
Go to User CP, then click on Edit Ignore list (on left), then enter username(s) of those individuals. The posts will still show but you will not be able to read the content of it. It will just say something like 'this member is ignored'. If someone else quotes the ignored members post then you will see it.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:19 AM   #13352
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And this s## is legal here.
I can understand.
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Same crap from you over and over and over.....and over again.

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In bold above is the reason you're DONE. The staff of this site have simply had enough of you.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:22 AM   #13353
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Go to User CP, then click on Edit Ignore list (on left), then enter username(s) of those individuals. The posts will still show but you will not be able to read the content of it. It will just say something like 'this member is ignored'. If someone else quotes the ignored members post then you will see it.
My ignore list works better, nobody sees nuthin'
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:24 AM   #13354
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Same crap from you over and over and over.....and over again.

You're a nuisance and haven't made a constructive informative post in months. You just had 30 days off, and here you are again.

In bold above is the reason you're DONE. The staff of this site have simply had enough of you.
May I be the first to say Thank you! That was painful this morning...But I did manage to find the ignore list for him.
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Same crap from you over and over and over.....and over again.

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In bold above is the reason you're DONE. The staff of this site have simply had enough of you.
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I couldn't find my tube of Green Slime, so I used diff lube from the Factory Lite kit on the shock orings, LOL. See how that goes.

I see the Factory RC O-slip stuff and claim of no swelling. Is this one good to order? Or any other recommendations?
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I couldn't find my tube of Green Slime, so I used diff lube from the Factory Lite kit on the shock orings, LOL. See how that goes.

I see the Factory RC O-slip stuff and claim of no swelling. Is this one good to order? Or any other recommendations?
The Factory RC O-slip is really good. I haven't noticed much swelling with o-rings since I have started using it.
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Old 04-28-2015, 11:23 AM   #13358
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In the manual it states to use the 5mm offset spring cups. They are numbered 1-4. I assume the 1 short cup would be for the front and the 1 tall cup would be for the rear and so on. But which one is the 5mm offset? I looked through the forum so I hope this hasn't been asked before.
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I love my new B5M-Lite so much I ordered the conversion kit for my B5r...
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In the manual it states to use the 5mm offset spring cups. They are numbered 1-4. I assume the 1 short cup would be for the front and the 1 tall cup would be for the rear and so on. But which one is the 5mm offset? I looked through the forum so I hope this hasn't been asked before.
The numbers you see are mode numbers. Look at them and you see short -medium and longer ones. 5mm Is the medium sized cup. Front and back are the same.
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In the manual it states to use the 5mm offset spring cups. They are numbered 1-4. I assume the 1 short cup would be for the front and the 1 tall cup would be for the rear and so on. But which one is the 5mm offset? I looked through the forum so I hope this hasn't been asked before.
There are 3 different sizes, the middle one is #5. Just look at the bottoms to see the lengths
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front and rear are the same size cups
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I couldn't find my tube of Green Slime, so I used diff lube from the Factory Lite kit on the shock orings, LOL. See how that goes.

I see the Factory RC O-slip stuff and claim of no swelling. Is this one good to order? Or any other recommendations?
You just used a silicone diff lube to prevent silicone shock oil from swelling the o rings....Why? Green slime isn't silicone based for a reason.
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You just used a silicone diff lube to prevent silicone shock oil from swelling the o rings....Why? Green slime isn't silicone based for a reason.
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I would recommend against the stock orange O rings - I would use the X rings going forward. They're amazing. Make sure to soak them in oil for a few hours before you install them.
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