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Re: SCAMMER ON Packard Info
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I've deactivated his account. Thanks

Posted on: 1/6 11:24
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Re: Power Antenna Maintenance
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It could also need a cleaning, or may have petrified grease around the motor gears. But that being said, at least on my 55/56 antenna that is on my 54, it's loud, much louder than a modern equivalent. But I account for that some resonance from the void space it's mounted in and the fender itself. When I tested the antenna off the car, it was much quieter. But still, lounder than a modern equivalent. It has a much larger motor and mast shaft and length than anything modern. Also, it's not fully made of/encased in plastic, so that sound and vibration travel, and the fender shape and void space make for a great amphitheater for that sound.

Posted on: 1/3 14:32
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Re: Hirsch Auto
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Has anyone tried calling them directly? I imagine things have changed since Bill passed away.

Posted on: 1/1 18:09
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Re: Happy New Year!
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Happy New Year everyone. Sorry I've been off radar, been very sick with a break-through COVID since early this week.

Even though I have all three vax shots, I still got hit with Omicron. Like a very bad flu/cold. Both my wife and I work from home, and we rarely go out except to the store. No one else in the family we have been in contact with is sick. So must have picked it up in our running errands prior to XMAS.

Still nowhere near 100% and going into day 5 of this. I'm sure if I wasn't always vaxed and masked, it could have been much worse, but even still. Not fun. I think I need another nap.

Stay safe out there folks.

Posted on: 1/1 18:07
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Merry Chistmas
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Merry Christmas everyone! Hopefully, your holidays are bright, your fire is warm, and your roads are salt-free.

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Posted on: 12/21 9:25
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Re: Website
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It works for me still. When you reply to a post, it inherits the test from the individual post you are replying to. SO if the post already says "Mike" vs "Mike's 53 Clipper", then your post with also say "Mike" you can change the title, as you can see in the test post I just created.

Posted on: 12/13 13:46
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Re: Mike's 53 Clipper
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Test

Posted on: 12/13 13:42
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Re: Website
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It's not a browser issue. This happens when the post is added, not viewed. A single quote is safe. An accent may not be.

Posted on: 12/13 13:35
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Re: Website
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Don, I'm not seeing what you are seeing.

My project blog still looks the same. I added a new topic in a forum and the topic "Test's 123" and it worked just fine.

Could it be the type of character you are using?

As threats increase, so do the various protections that have to be in place. One is the code the checks and detects what could be malicious code insertions/SQL injections.

So if it sees certain char sequences it strips those.

Posted on: 12/13 11:32
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Re: Battery Central Mall
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Also with smaller vendors, that battery could have been sitting on the shelf for a couple of years before you got it!

Posted on: 12/9 14:52
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