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John
Member Since: August 9, 2011
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Comment:Chip - John-7/28/2014
Comment:older car pitfall - John-7/9/2014
Comment:nice slide - John-6/24/2014
Comment:Re: Recall? - John-6/18/2014
Comment:flex duct - John-6/5/2014
Comment:not really surprised - John-5/12/2014
Comment:XP - John-4/29/2014
Comment:Haynes not so bad - John-4/29/2014
Comment:weak crutch - John-4/25/2014
Comment:DARPA - John-4/24/2014
Comment:Re: SMART GLASSES - John-4/24/2014
Comment:Nice, but... - John-4/10/2014
Comment:calculus - John-4/2/2014
Comment:Re: Skeptical - John-2/5/2014
Comment:Re: 4 Banger - John-2/5/2014
Comment:Skeptical - John-2/4/2014
Comment:cooling systems - John-12/9/2013
Comment:Re: Great Idea - John-12/5/2013
Comment:any day now... - John-12/4/2013
Comment:Great Idea - John-12/4/2013
Comment:Jag - John-11/20/2013
Comment:Re: REBOOT - John-7/9/2013
Comment:Environmental - John-7/9/2013
Comment:Helms shop manual - John-6/5/2013
Comment:Tranny fill port - John-1/9/2013
Comment:Re: 3D Input - John-1/2/2013
Comment:Re: Game Development - John-12/12/2012
Comment:Re: Still Favorite - John-12/3/2012
Comment:that's normal install - John-10/25/2012
Comment:Buttons on the dash - John-10/10/2012
Comment:Ethanol - John-9/27/2012
Comment:Re: Cheap Design - John-8/27/2012
Comment:Not so sure - John-8/23/2012
Comment:Re: Cheap Design - John-8/23/2012
Comment:plastic design - John-8/23/2012
Comment:F1 700Hp - John-5/14/2012
Comment:Neptune to Samsung - John-3/23/2012
Comment:Funny article - John-3/14/2012
Comment:Re: Economics - John-3/9/2012
Comment:Re: Told you so... - John-3/8/2012
Comment:sonar detection - John-3/6/2012
Comment:plastic bottles - John-1/30/2012
Comment:Re: Weight Wins - John-1/25/2012
Comment:Cars of the 19-teens - John-1/24/2012
Comment:USB is great - John-1/20/2012
Comment:Locktite Everywhere - John-12/13/2011
Comment:Great Funny News - John-11/15/2011
Comment:Not quite the same - John-11/4/2011
Comment:nope and nope - John-11/3/2011
Comment:Good and the Bad - John-10/21/2011
Comment:mercedes - John-10/21/2011
Comment:Ride Comfort - John-10/18/2011
Comment:Innovative - John-10/4/2011
Comment:Dump Trailer - John-9/26/2011
Comment:Star washers - John-9/9/2011
Comment:Glove boxes - John-9/6/2011
Comment:Re: Basic is best - John-8/30/2011
Comment:seat airbag modules - John-8/25/2011
Comment:just a comment - John-8/19/2011


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