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    Re: Goodbye WRX, Hello Civic Si! New Daily Driver

    I agree with that! Wish I could hear the turbo more than the exhaust. I do like the growl the engine makes though.
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    Re: Goodbye WRX, Hello Civic Si! New Daily Driver

    Nice! Congrats. I bought a 2017 solid red Si a few months ago. Haven't detailed it yet. You know, shoemaker's kid. Hope my paint isn't as tough to detail as your Subbie's paint. You on CivicX forums?
  3. Re: Bought this pressure washer..... but it won't pull from a tank of water... Any help on what pressure washer will?

    It is my understanding a pressure washer with a triplex pump should be able to draw water but if it's not, you can also use one of these:
    ...
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    Re: what are you currently watching?

    American Ninja Warrior
  5. Re: Review my order b4 purchase.. D/A polisher and Polish questions

    I really like Optimum Poli-Seal. Easy to work with, low-dusting, has micro abrasives and removes easily. It's a very very good all-in-one.
  6. Re: Win a Flex Polisher - Guess the Year, Make & Model

    1940 Mercedes Benz Type 260
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    Re: AHHhhhhhhhh...Mexican Coca-Cola...

    I get it all the time, black Mexican Coke that is. It tastes much better with sugar and being stored in glass over aluminum (this last part I'm not so sure about).
  8. Thread: R.I.P. Twinkie

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    Re: R.I.P. Twinkie

    Hostess is selling their brand aren't they?

    Maybe it was "union" employees asking for too much, maybe it was bad management or maybe it was both. Oh well, companies rise and fall every year. It's...
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    Re: Washing your car in your driveway a new crime!

    Don't know about every county in California, but in my county (Los Angeles), I wash my car as often as I like (average once a week) and when I go to the grocery store I walk out with plastic bags....
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    Re: Is this pad still dirty?

    After all you've done to it, I'm pretty sure it's as clean as it's going to get. In fact, it looks discolored.
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    Re: What's a crucial product in your arsenal?

    My PC7424
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    Re: Was my price to high? help

    Sometimes I wonder if the price we charge attracts a particular kind of customer??? I believe so, so with that being said, charge what YOU want to be paid and what you think is fair, then stick to...
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    Re: Made in USA vs world

    I prefer to buy "Made in U.S.A." products too, but it needs to be clearly labeled (because I will not look for where it's made) and it has to be of similar value to its competition. I still believe...
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    Re: Why take the oils off a polish?

    If a customer is paying for swirl removal, than they better get that and not simply filling with polishing oils. For personal vehicles, not so much a problem.
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    Re: "G R E A T" Idea for next contest

    Ode to M105
    Dusting and flashing
    Pain when dry yet cutting sought
    Mirror Glaze indeed
  16. Re: **Random photos of anything... (that YOU have taken)**

    Wow. I'm going to need some clean underpants.
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    Re: Current BOGO Discussion Thread

    Sheepskin wool mitts are my "go to" wash media. I've thought about buying the pads but I gotta go through my current inventory first.
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    Re: Did you know the "baggie test" was patented?

    Well I'm glad I don't have to pay back royalties.
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    Re: Current BOGO Discussion Thread

    Not sure... Is the BOGO changing this week?
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    Re: Dangit!!! Not Again!!!

    That sucks. At least it wasn't your fault, your car and everybody is ok.
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    Re: Autogeek Product Lines

    Megs M101


    P.S. Has it lived up to the hype?
  22. Re: Getting racked over the coals on AG shipping costs

    Ok... I think the number of unreasonable requests has surpassed the allowable limits. :laughing: Not sure if Flash mentioned it in this thread or another, but he's right, a lot more goes into running...
  23. Re: Getting racked over the coals on AG shipping costs

    WHAT??!!! ^^^ It works!!! I never knew about this one.
  24. Thread: CarPro Trix

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    Re: CarPro Trix

    I have an '01 540i with plastic trim, emblems, etc. I used IX and TX separately; they did not stain any part of my car. I didn't use a test spot, (silly me), but I made sure neither chemical dried on...
  25. Re: Getting racked over the coals on AG shipping costs

    I hear you. Customers that don't know the system miss out. It would be great if they had a free shipping over "X" amount of dollars permanently affixed to their home page for all customers to see....
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