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Old June 2nd, 2014, 09:07 AM
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Mit, whats with the attitude? Your lazy questions of where to mount a switch and how to run wires are being tolerated, but the ego and bravado dont play out well.


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Old June 2nd, 2014, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by defender1844 View Post
pictures? That tuffy box was an awesome shape. Glad it didn't end up in your hands.
Are you in high school Amit? I'm glad everybody here is seeing your childish behavior. Best of luck to you and we all look forward to your thread "Why won't anybody help me fix my truck via the internet anymore".
If you learned how to use the SEARCH function buddy, you could find plenty of pictures of my truck and it's rolling registration.
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[QUOTE Welcome to my ignore list Amit![/QUOTE]

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Old June 2nd, 2014, 10:50 AM
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Sorry Amit; armchair QB here to let you know you look like a prick on this thread.

I'm sure you don't think so but most of the guys here are very helpful given the right information. If people post something like 'search the forum' it's generally because it's been covered before or there are already very helpful threads to advise you on your question. Those gentleman you're dismissing post to this board several times daily and have seen threads that are, in a way, ancient.

Long and the short of it; great your posting a question, nice of you to share an image (a few more of this custom mount would be pretty cool), but don't be so quick to be defensive and abrasive. The forum is very self regulating and very loyal to the gentleman who contribute both know how and informed guidance to more junior members of this community. If you read the posts that's all anyone was trying to do in this thread.
Old June 2nd, 2014, 11:10 AM
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I've closed this thread as it was moving away from the original purpose.

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Soapy water / KY jelly, etc. is is basically a must. Yes, good idea to remove trim panels - only takes 5 more minutes to do so.
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