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Old 04-17-2013, 08:30 PM
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You are making a fool of yourself Henry, back off before you have a heart attack.

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That's great that in only a month you've had the opportunity to "hone" into your lead working ability(in a production shop) to the point that you'd feel the need to add onto the suggestions left by the person who told you about that process... just one month ago.

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Old 04-17-2013, 09:19 PM
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Henry, I am terribly confused here, what in the living hell are you saying? This thread is 9 years old. This advice that you have highlighted that I said is almost 9 years old! What in the hell are you talking about?

I have heard others complain about someone telling someone on a forum something they recently learned. What could be wrong with this is beyond me. If the information is correct, I don't care if a clerk at the super market knows it and passes it on, if the information is correct, what exactly is the problem? It's like when you asked about your gas door problem on the Chrysler 300. I explained to you how the position of the hinge pin was so important and explained the geometry of this location to you. In your video just a week later you are explaining it using the exact words I did sounding like it was out of your head! Now, I could care less as you were passing it on so others could learn. I am all for it, but for YOU who first off says I know nothing would use what I told you, funny stuff. But for you who has went off about that subject just as you are right now to do it, that is just too friggin funny!

You are cracking me up Henry, funny stuff. Just do your videos and help people as you are capable to do on these forums and lighten up on your bizarre personal attacks. Life is too damn easy, you are going to blow your friggin heart up like a 305 on nitrous, geeez.

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Old 04-17-2013, 09:45 PM
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Henry, I am terribly confused here, what in the living hell are you saying? This thread is 9 years old. This advice that you have highlighted that I said is almost 9 years old! What in the hell are you talking about?

I have heard others complain about someone telling someone on a forum something they recently learned. What could be wrong with this is beyond me. If the information is correct, I don't care if a clerk at the super market knows it and passes it on, if the information is correct, what exactly is the problem? It's like when you asked about your gas door problem on the Chrysler 300. I explained to you how the position of the hinge pin was so important and explained the geometry of this location to you. In your video just a week later you are explaining it using the exact words I did sounding like it was out of your head! Now, I could care less as you were passing it on so others could learn. I am all for it, but for YOU who first off says I know nothing would use what I told you, funny stuff. But for you who has went off about that subject just as you are right now to do it, that is just too friggin funny!

You are cracking me up Henry, funny stuff. Just do your videos and help people as you are capable to do on these forums and lighten up on your bizarre personal attacks. Life is too damn easy, you are going to blow your friggin heart up like a 305 on nitrous, geeez.

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u r right. i can't lie...I can't and you got me on that, but I still put in the work.doubt you touched lead within the last month at a production. It's ok, it's a great suggestion. No kidding there. I do the same thing. Not above it.
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:56 PM
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u r right. i can't lie...I can't and you got me on that, but I still put in the work.doubt you touched lead within the last month at a production. It's ok, it's a great suggestion. No kidding there. I do the same thing. Not above it.
Then why the heck are you on the attack? I haven't touched lead in the last month, so what? You haven't touched a carburetor on a 59 Rambler, I have, so what? How about metal finishing some dents in a fender using no filler, I did that in the last month, have you? I could care less and it means nothing but it seems to mean something to you so I thought I would ask.

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In all honesty I love the suggestion and would do it exactly the same way, but Barry also suggested 8o grit so I'd think I'd go with that being you haven't even tried the process you suggested.As far as getting the info, it doesn't matter where it comes from, if it's a good idea it's a good idea. I'll give you that much
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In all honesty I love the suggestion and would do it exactly the same way, but Barry also suggested 8o grit so I'd think I'd go with that being you haven't even tried the process you suggested.As far as getting the info, it doesn't matter where it comes from, if it's a good idea it's a good idea. I'll give you that much
I haven't "tried" the process I am talking about have DONE the process I am talking about too many times to count, what in the heck are you talking about? As far as using epoxy like that, nope I wasn't big on epoxy when I was doing restorations but to bring the lead down before primer or filler as I explained I have done MANY times. Again Henry, what in the heck is the point of your barbs at me? A little difference in grit? HUH? Those types of things change on a regular basis, that could change next week to something else. Dude, you are over analyzing this stuff like a conspiracy nut looking at 9-11 videos.

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Old 04-17-2013, 11:04 PM
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I haven't "tried" the process I am talking about have DONE the process I am talking about too many times to count, what in the heck are you talking about? As far as using epoxy like that, nope I wasn't big on epoxy when I was doing restorations but to bring the lead down before primer or filler as I explained I have done MANY times. Again Henry, what in the heck is the point of your barbs at me? A little difference in grit? HUH? Those types of things change on a regular basis, that could change next week to something else. Dude, you are over analyzing this stuff like a conspiracy nut looking at 9-11 videos.

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If the guy just showed you last month that you should epoxy over lead then damn it, let the guy get the last word in cause you're trying to override his advice by adding something to it like "undercut the lead" before spraying epoxy. I think the advice was great but wasn't there a little voice inside telling you maybe you shouldn't have commented on it?
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:15 PM
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Henry, is the information correct or not? I feel very sad for anyone who would have their butt hurt because some added information. Again let me ask you, is the information correct or not?

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Ya see, always trying to be right. Yeah I do think that's good advice but I would have sat that one out.
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