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Old 08-20-2003, 09:15 PM   #196
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You guys are seriously a bunch of dicks ....

I made the comment about the shock-socks to lighten things up.

Obviously you kids get a little squeemish when it comes to jokes of a sexual nature.
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:17 PM   #197
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by the way, dumbass

I do post on the Grid ....

Heres a response from The Grid posting about my findings during the building of the kit.

Eat it :

#1833 of 1833 by Ben (warpig) on Wed Aug 20 23:01:18 2003:

some of us just "trust" engineers too much.. I used to modify all my
cars when I was a little kid and I had the fastest cars in town... I
had an old school rc10 that I made a belt driven mid mounted motor
before they even thought of that stuff.. all I can say is everyone can
make improvements to anything.. engineers aren't gods


Please take note .. that its only the dumbasses who have nothing better to do than cut down people with legitimate complaints who bash people for their experiences. This guy from SGrid apparently isn't one of them as he agreed with my post

You folks at this site make me laugh.

As for the girlfriend crap, again grow up and get outta here. I know you guys can't handle jokes of that nature over here
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:17 PM   #198
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i think they have something common.

slowharry loves to use feet and this guy love to use rubber socks !

feet and socks !
More similarities!!!
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:20 PM   #199
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I bought brand-new Hudy tools for the job as well, as I'd heard about the AE screws stripping with cheap drivers (the kit L wrenches included). Even still, when I put the tool into the screw, the tolerance was burtal ... the wrench in the allen head of the screws had alot of fore and aft movement. Obviously not acceptable for a -new- screw.
Thats because HUDY only makes METRIC allen drivers (except .078 and .050)and AE uses SAE english capscrews and flathead countersinks screws you wiener.
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:21 PM   #200
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Idiot ....

1.5mm and 2.0mm are the same as these ______ (insert answers here) Non-Metric sizes!

Another genius Go back to math class man ...
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No their not genius.
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:27 PM   #202
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Idiot ....

1.5mm and 2.0mm are the same as these ______ (insert answers here) Non-Metric sizes!

Another genius Go back to math class man ...
You seriously think they are equivilent?!

Man when someone whines about a "poor quality" kit you usually find out that their their building skills need some work

That is just too funny
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:28 PM   #203
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Hahaha, come back to me later when you know the answer

WRONG.

Its funny how my 2.0mm Hudy is the exact same size as ohh lets say a 3/32" allen?
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You seriously think they are equivilent?!

Man when someone whines about a "poor quality" kit you usually find out that their their building skills need some work

That is just too funny
he has the answer to his problem.
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:29 PM   #205
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AMG .... go do the math, you'll see I am right.
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Hahaha, come back to me later when you know the answer

WRONG.

Its funny how my 2.0mm Hudy is the exact same size as ohh lets say a 3/32" allen?
You seriously believe this?

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

A 3/32 is around 2.3 mm genius.
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WOW!
This is a very entertaining thread!!


Keep’em going chorner!!


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Old 08-20-2003, 09:32 PM   #208
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Regardless ... what does this have to to with the Mugen kit which obviously is Metric?

Around 2.3mm, round your answer and thats what size the screw head is dude! It fits, perfectly. Now try the 1.5mm ... The Hudy 1.5mm fits alot tighter than the included AE L wrench; and I have a good feeling you know what I mean

Oh and btw .. Hudy does make US sized wrenches.

Anyways ... my last post here boys ... atleast theres something to talk about on this forum now; so have fun.

Its funny how the bashing threads are the longest on here! haha

have fun guys, later.
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Hahaha, come back to me later when you know the answer

WRONG.

Its funny how my 2.0mm Hudy is the exact same size as ohh lets say a 3/32" allen?
ok my math is alittle rusty but a 3/32 would be equivalent to 2.343mm not 2.0 jackass!!!
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hey dude if that were the case what would be the point of Hudy Making a 1.5 2.0 .078 and .050. Now would'nt that be stupid of them. Now go think about that till your head explodes and then come back and spit out some more dribble. God your pitiful

PS you brought it up
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