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local

Hah! I grew up in Hamilto, moved to the "country" by gr 6. Back then, a 20 minute drive from dowtown put you in BURLINGTON. I even delivered the GLOBE & MAIL all along the Lakeshore Hyw, from the...
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closing ceremony

Well Ontario, Just sitting here watching the closing ceremonies for the '06 Olympics. From about as close to mid town as one can get. i can see the downtown BAY, the Legislature, and the back of...
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stopping fast

Well, yea! but moreso than just for me, I have a 7 year old child with Cerebral Palsy that depends 100% getting into & out of the car as well as even tightening up her straps on her own car seat....
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pads, etc

That sounds like some pretty good advice on those pins each time you change the pads. Boy, what a difference in just my "everday" braking. I "know", at this point, when I have to jam the brakes ON,...
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Posted By marwen

caliper

Oh boy, what a nutty few days this has been with this caliper.

Apparently, there is a tube that has to be installed in between the front & the rear within the actual actual caliper. I HAVE NEVER...
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Posted By marwen

replaceing stud

BE STILL MY HEART! ! !

I actually went to the retailer/auto service today and simply told him how it was. In fact, I didn't even have the work bid -- (shuck - it was far too high!)

"HOW CAN WE...
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Posted By marwen

Brake Pad R&r Job - Locked Up '96 Plymouth Voyager

The pads wore out far too fast because the factory caliper seemed to stay engaged most of the time. Consequently, I had to replace the rotor, the caliper (I replaced it with a rebuilt - aftermarker...
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Posted By marwen

How Do I Replace A Snapped Stud?

As a rule, I like to keep the threads on my wheels lubricated with an axel grease. Months and months will go by and I can still get into by brakes, or whatever.

About two months ago. I took the...
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Posted By marwen

thread & bleed

that's what i needed to know

hanx

marwen
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Posted By marwen

What Direction Is The Thread

I have to replace the rotor on a 1996 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER. Taking off the caliper only takes a 10M lug to remove the two hold-on bolts. In order for me to remove the rotor, I see that all I have to do...
02-07-06, 11:15 AM
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Posted By marwen

ink cartidges

Sharp advice

You are probably correct as far as using
"aftermarket" inks in the office atmosphere.

When I depend on working with graphics and "MATCHING" colours from one printer to another, ...
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Posted By marwen

Types of Computer OS

Is this forum for PC only of is there a MAC content as well?
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Posted By marwen

DVD problem

The bottom line is that your unit "just isn't 'seeing' your input signal. 95% of the time it's nothing more than a dirty disk. ... and the dirt might even be incredibly miniscual. Try investing...
02-03-06, 08:35 PM
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Posted By marwen

After Market Inks

DON'T DO IT!

Yes! They are cheaper.

In the long run, guaranteed, you will screww up you ink jets!

let alone the fact that you have just totally destroyed whatever the manufacturers PROFILE...
02-03-06, 08:18 PM
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Posted By marwen

stuck photos

Without a doubt, WATER is your salvation!

Simply take the sheet of glass and immerse into water at about 68? F for B/W and about 100? F for coloured images. If it is a mix, try to soak the...
02-03-06, 08:08 PM
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Posted By marwen

Superimpose

The industry standard is indeed PHOTOSHOP.

Doing what you ask is about as simple as pouring yourself a cup of coffee with your eyes closed!

There are MANY ways in PS to do the same thing. ...
02-03-06, 07:24 PM
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Posted By marwen

Collage

As much as I hate to destroy your idea. The probability of all of the covers being a consistant material is not good. In all probabilty, ELMERS would do the job but, what you need to do is to...
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Posted By marwen

stripped wheel nut removal

That's an easy one. Place the whole thing into a vice. Start to drill (hopefully from the center) a small a hole as you can that will go 100% thru the unit. Progressively use larger drill bits...
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How Do I Change A Rotor On A 1996 Plymouth Voyager

1996 Plymouth Voyager. Apparently my caliper has been sticking on the L. front wheel. Consequently, I now have to do a brake job, but that has also escalated to pads, a new caliper, and a new...
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