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Old 06-29-2012, 11:38 PM
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TLR sewing kit maybe?
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Old 06-30-2012, 07:53 AM
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For all the crap folks gave them over previous product announcements / releases regarding timing issues beyond anyone's control?

The general public wouldn't find out about it until I had the product in hand, triple checked, ready to customer ship...period.

Not a hint of a release would you get, until you saw it at the local retailers - for purchase now.
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I would definitely get rid of my xxx-sct to get a 22sct! A few guys at my track are running the 22 shocks on their xxx-scts and they love it. One guy just picked up the sc conversion for his 22 but he hasn't put it together yet.

If they were to release a 4wd buggy of some kind, I think it would be better if it was just a conversion kit. Like a lot of people say, 4wd buggy isn't very popular anymore and it would give current 22 owners to switch if they wanted. And this way they don't have to release a whole new platform. I could develop my thoughts a little more, but maybe someone else has an opinion to.
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i agree with celt. ALTHOUGH its typically the newer folk that get all butthurt about an extra week. The rest of us have come to understand that perfection takes time.

And before you guys think a couple extra weeks is bad, i also paintball, They drop "leaked" pictures of new guns 6-8 months in advance, tease you with release dates and specs, then wait until world cup. Then when its released the smart people realize "oh, this is the same gun, just different colors" while the fankids are drooling and dropping 1200+ on something they already have. sad really
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Well those of us that raced on road years ago waited almost a year for the JRXS after it was annouced and "spy shots" were shown.
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:44 PM
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Well those of us that raced on road years ago waited almost a year for the JRXS after it was annouced and "spy shots" were shown.
I remember that!
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well if the 22sct is true, and it turns out like the JRXS, then it will be worth waiting a few weeks. That car was amazing. I wish the type R (on-road in general) had more going for it right now, I would get a one along with the 22SCT.
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hmmm 22 based on road car?
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Default well there you have it...

Mr. T. Hodge lurking....

Something is brewing indeed.

By the way Todd...22 platform kits are the nicest I've owned.
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Originally Posted by celt View Post
Mr. T. Hodge lurking....

Something is brewing indeed.

By the way Todd...22 platform kits are the nicest I've owned.
And he has owned just about all of them, both off and on-road.
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And he has owned just about all of them, both off and on-road.
Just trying to keep the economy afloat...
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Originally Posted by celt View Post
Mr. T. Hodge lurking....

Something is brewing indeed.

By the way Todd...22 platform kits are the nicest I've owned.
Todd doesnt lurk, haha, he is always watching...one of the things that make him great at his job.
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Todd doesnt lurk, haha, he is always watching...one of the things that make him great at his job.





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i'd like to throw my name in the hat as a volunteer tester for the TLR Beer Coozie!
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Todd doesnt lurk, haha, he is always watching...one of the things that make him great at his job.
The same should be said for you too! When product managers pop on and give advice or ask questiins like you and Dyno and Frank do, it means a lot and speaks to the way you take care of your customers. That's just one of the reasons TLR is such a great company!
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