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Old 04-18-2017, 03:02 PM
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:16 PM
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WTF is this
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:49 PM
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I am at a loss for words.
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Here we go again...

Who are these stupid things for??? Site regulars ridicule them. Newbies will just be misinformed by them. The uninitiated won't be drawn to the site because of them.

So basically the only thing they accomplish is generating negative buzz amongst site regulars...
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Because tires and brake pads aren't the best bang for your buck but a brace is?

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Because tires and brake pads aren't the best bang for your buck but a brace is?

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+1 on tires lmao. Only thing I agree on this list is a test pipe
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You fell for it again. I was trying hard just to ignore it.
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The boulevard??? Is that still even a thing?

Even if it is, I don't think its the place where I will most enjoy my new 'race suspension'.

It really feels like someone is taking a set of generic scripts built for reuse in any/all automotive forums, and trying (failing) to edit them for use here.
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I understand trying to ignore this garbage, as the admin had instructed we do. But how about keeping this stuff contained in it's own subforum? Or giving us the ability to add the curated content editors into our ignore list? It can't be hard difficult. or could it?

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Some things are just better left unsaid..

Specifically, #2. Nice work, OP.

At this point, I am unsure if OP is trying to troll us all or..
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