Re: [DMCForum] Re: Rails for Andrei
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Rails for Andrei

I have that page marked in my book.  I just don't have $10/ft + shipping  to
put into this bar, but I was going to get the supports from them.  So far
the steal support cost me the most @ $26.  Everything else came out of the
restraunt before it was torn down. I put a picture of it under 2767_picts on
the yahoo site, its dark but it was to show the lights at night.  Its 17ft
long and the end is 6ft

Ford gets every penny they can out of a design before changing it.  When was
the last time they put effort into a new f150?  I have a 1986 E150 sitting
in my parents back yard, most of the parts on it are the same as the 2003
E150 my uncle drives.  Even the mustang Fox body was '79 - '93 then the new
body still used much of the 79 technology.  I really like many ford products
but they really need to invest in new technology, and make it available
throughout their ENTIRE product line.


----- Original Message -----
From: "content22207" <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 5:23 PM
Subject: [DMCForum] Re: Rails for Andrei

> You know who my industrial supplier of choice is:
> Every single item in their 3,000 page catalog seems to be in stock in
> Atlanta -- order today and Fed Ex delivers tomorrow.
> Check out the BSPT fittings -- a real life saver when re-plumbing a
> PRV (they actually have about 4 pages scattered throughout the
> plumbing section):
> Slight clarification Re: Ford Motor Company -- Ford only NEEDS to
> engineer a new car every 20 years. If you get it right the first time...
> Bill Robertson
> #5939

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