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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby LetsFlyaKite » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:32 pm

Kamikuza wrote:Leash? what leash?
LetsFlyaKite wrote:a special trip to the hardware store is REQUIRED
OMG what is wrong with you?!

So you took on a DIY project, bought some spare parts, then screwed the assembly up due to a lack of knowledge and research . . . but it's someone else's fault. :roll:
You don't have a leg to stand on, you posted instructions for a leash and a pad, and you're sticking up for a company when you don't even know the whole picture. I don't know who you are, you probably work for dynabar since you are constantly kissing their ass, or at least I would hope you do.

Anyway, your wrong, and that's been proven throughout this entire thread.

Have a nice day.

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby iriejohn » Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:32 pm

LetsFlyaKite wrote:
Kamikuza wrote:Leash? what leash?
LetsFlyaKite wrote:a special trip to the hardware store is REQUIRED
OMG what is wrong with you?!

So you took on a DIY project, bought some spare parts, then screwed the assembly up due to a lack of knowledge and research . . . but it's someone else's fault. :roll:
You don't have a leg to stand on, you posted instructions for a leash and a pad, and you're sticking up for a company when you don't even know the whole picture. I don't know who you are, you probably work for dynabar since you are constantly kissing their ass, or at least I would hope you do.

Anyway, your wrong, and that's been proven throughout this entire thread.

Have a nice day.
For your information Loctite 243 contains Tetramethylene dimethacrylate which I believe is classified as a hazardous compound subject to international postage restrictions and possibly also local postage restrictions.

Sorry to spoil your day.

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby LetsFlyaKite » Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:14 am

Nice try, but that's when a chemical is shipped by itself, not when it's mixed with other chemicals to neutralize it. You can get loctite shipped from any online store.

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby iriejohn » Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:33 am

LetsFlyaKite wrote:Nice try, but that's when a chemical is shipped by itself, not when it's mixed with other chemicals to neutralize it. You can get loctite shipped from any online store.

Sorry to spoil your day
Ah, so you do know about Loctite after all and must therefore know how to use it!

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby LetsFlyaKite » Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:17 am

iriejohn wrote:
LetsFlyaKite wrote:Nice try, but that's when a chemical is shipped by itself, not when it's mixed with other chemicals to neutralize it. You can get loctite shipped from any online store.

Sorry to spoil your day
Ah, so you do know about Loctite after all and must therefore know how to use it!
I don't know where you're getting at, but we've been talking about loctite now for 6 pages, how do I NOT know? You must be stoned if you haven't figured that out by now.

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby Kamikuza » Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:49 am

LetsFlyaKite wrote:
Kamikuza wrote:Leash? what leash?
LetsFlyaKite wrote:a special trip to the hardware store is REQUIRED
OMG what is wrong with you?!

So you took on a DIY project, bought some spare parts, then screwed the assembly up due to a lack of knowledge and research . . . but it's someone else's fault. :roll:
You don't have a leg to stand on, you posted instructions for a leash and a pad, and you're sticking up for a company when you don't even know the whole picture. I don't know who you are, you probably work for dynabar since you are constantly kissing their ass, or at least I would hope you do.

Anyway, your wrong, and that's been proven throughout this entire thread.

Have a nice day.
If you could just point out in the pictures I posted where the leash is...

Here's an idea--I'm not sticking up for a company; rather, I'm mocking you.

My wrong what?

The only thing proven in this thread is that you made a mistake and are having a tantrum about it.

If you could just point out where I've been wrong in this thread, that'd be great...

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby Kamikuza » Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:53 am

LetsFlyaKite wrote:Nice try, but that's when a chemical is shipped by itself, not when it's mixed with other chemicals to neutralize it. You can get loctite shipped from any online store.

Sorry to spoil your day
Any DOMESTIC online store.

So if you bought your hook as a spare part locally, THAT retail store would be responsible for sending out Loctite and informing the special snowflakes who don't know how to tighten a nut properly.

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby knotwindy » Sun Jan 29, 2017 4:45 am

@ kami
It's not nice to tease a helpless animal :roll:

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby LetsFlyaKite » Tue Jan 31, 2017 1:05 am

Kamikuza wrote:
LetsFlyaKite wrote:
Kamikuza wrote:Leash? what leash?


OMG what is wrong with you?!

So you took on a DIY project, bought some spare parts, then screwed the assembly up due to a lack of knowledge and research . . . but it's someone else's fault. :roll:
You don't have a leg to stand on, you posted instructions for a leash and a pad, and you're sticking up for a company when you don't even know the whole picture. I don't know who you are, you probably work for dynabar since you are constantly kissing their ass, or at least I would hope you do.

Anyway, your wrong, and that's been proven throughout this entire thread.

Have a nice day.
If you could just point out in the pictures I posted where the leash is...

Here's an idea--I'm not sticking up for a company; rather, I'm mocking you.

My wrong what?

The only thing proven in this thread is that you made a mistake and are having a tantrum about it.

If you could just point out where I've been wrong in this thread, that'd be great...
You never answered my question, do you work for dynabar or are you just a huge ass kisser?

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Re: Rideengine and which spreader bar

Postby Kamikuza » Tue Jan 31, 2017 2:55 am

Oh that was a question was it? You need to phrase questions in such a manner that the recipient realizes it a question, and if you can't do that, finish with the universal symbol indicating the sentence is a question...ie. a question mark.

Such as: Leash? What leash?


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