Re: [DML] Re: Treatment of Newbies (was: Leaving The Group)
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Re: [DML] Re: Treatment of Newbies (was: Leaving The Group)

I have been working on D's for over 20 years.  The problem is that I enjoy working on the mechanical side and have never worked on the interior.  So I would be considered a newbe when it comes to the inside.  I own every manual ever printed and rarely need help.  When it comes to certain parts such as the dash I had a hard time and really appreciated the step by step instructions I found on this list.  It made a lot more sense than the manual.

So if answereing questions bothers you, then don't answer.  Just don't complain that some of us like to discuss the do's and don'ts when it comes to how to do it....

Just my two cents.


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