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Apr 16, 2012 00:00 |  #5581

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

HI




  
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Apr 16, 2012 00:03 |  #5582

Juneb wrote in post #14272755 (external link)
If the workers at the shop would use hand tools to tighten the lug nuts instead of impact wrenches we would be able to loosen and remove them to change a tire . Not everyone carries around a 6 ft chetta bar in their car . besides the tools they give you to do the job really do leave a lot to be desired .

I forgot to warn you about Fricks. Jake#1 es loco en la cabeza.


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Apr 16, 2012 00:04 |  #5583

MOkoFOko wrote in post #14272792 (external link)
I forgot to warn you about Fricks. Jake#1 es loco en la cabeza.

:D:D


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Apr 16, 2012 00:04 |  #5584

MOkoFOko wrote in post #14272735 (external link)
I cannot believe how fast the price of the 1ds3 has dropped. 3 months ago, they were selling for $6000+ (1ds3 discontinued + no 1Dx + no 5d3). Just now, I've noticed a number of them selling in the forums for $3000 shipped!!!! Checked ebay, and the going rate is now $3000-$3200. Craziness.

Does that mean you're picking one up? ;) :lol:


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Apr 16, 2012 00:06 |  #5585

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Does that mean you're picking one up? ;) :lol:

Hellz no. WIthin another 6-12 months, it should be down to $2500, if the pricing history of the 1ds2-->1ds3 repeats itself.


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Apr 16, 2012 00:06 |  #5586

MOkoFOko wrote in post #14272792 (external link)
I forgot to warn you about Fricks. Jake#1 es loco en la cabeza.

yeah you go to watch out for him when hes on the prowl...

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Apr 16, 2012 00:08 |  #5587

MOkoFOko wrote in post #14272805 (external link)
Hellz no. WIthin another 6-12 months, it should be down to $2500, if the pricing history of the 1ds2-->1ds3 repeats itself.

that would be a steal!!




  
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Apr 16, 2012 00:08 |  #5588

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I'm glad that I don't have to bear the weight of whomever it was that taught you copy and paste... :lol:


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Apr 16, 2012 00:08 |  #5589

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yeah you go to watch out for him when hes on the prowl...

You're jake#1, not Jake#2


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Apr 16, 2012 00:08 |  #5590

my 85 1.2 is just not right.... i tried to MF adjust it tonight and its stil not sharp at +20 but its better then before. it hink i might have to take it in.




  
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Apr 16, 2012 00:09 |  #5591

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Yeah, you've got to watch out for him when he's on the prowl...

When did you get back into self-portraiture?


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Apr 16, 2012 00:10 |  #5592

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When did you get back into self-portraiture?

the police snapped this one of me today




  
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Apr 16, 2012 00:12 |  #5593

Evenin all, how is everybody?


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Apr 16, 2012 00:12 |  #5594

what has been seen, cannot be unseen.

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Apr 16, 2012 00:13 |  #5595

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The police snapped this one of me today.

I see. So you're outsourcing. :D


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