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Old 04-02-2009, 08:09 PM   #31
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Even so, it would still appear more professional to take this route.

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If you think im wrong, say I disagree, and then politely state any facts or opinions you may have, we would not be in this situation and you would appear more grownup.
My overall opinion is it is not worth to maintain bearings when you can constantly use and replace cheap bearings, cutting down on time and cost maintaining them. In the long haul it will save you many dollars.
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