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09-08-2009 08:52 AM
deadbodyman hehehe .You what really burns my Butt? Besides ebonics? lighting a fart with tight pants on....
09-08-2009 08:44 AM
302 Z28 I'm gonna go work on my breaks, then I have a selenoid that is sticking. Oh and yeah thos door hinges also have a fitment issue.

Vince
09-08-2009 06:28 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by deadbodyman
If you dont stop lighting them brain farts you'll melt the switch and not be able to turn it off,Watchit...
I gotta go pull a motor/engine (the big thing in front of the car connected to the tranny) that'll give me a fitment for sure.....
09-08-2009 06:23 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by wretched ratchet
"my wiff thru a fitment for me but I fooled her and turned my hearing aids off"
If you dont stop lighting them brain farts you'll melt the switch and not be able to turn it off,Watchit...
09-08-2009 06:14 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by poncho62
One clown on another forum told me that "prolly" is proper internet terminology.........He can spell out terminology, but can't spell probably.

And, another fav.......If one more guy spells "brakes" as "breaks".....I am going to snap..........
AWE come on Ponch ...give me a brake...
09-08-2009 06:10 AM
deadbodyman I'm having a ****ment fitment... ...LOL they caught me again..A sheet feet !!!!
09-07-2009 10:33 PM
jimfulco I thought fitment only applied to expensive highbrow furrin-car parts that have no application in my life.
09-07-2009 06:55 PM
61bone Yup, sounds like a fitment to me.
09-07-2009 07:27 AM
Irelands child Brian - you opened a good topic that requires deviation - there are lots of duel e-r-r-r dual meanings to pour a-h-h-h-h-h pore over.

Dave W.

(Those are two of the worst examples I see here and a couple of the other forums I frequent)
09-06-2009 07:11 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR
After all that this is the only one that comes close.

"A thing fitted to another in order to accomplish a specific purpose."

It is still is refering to a "function" like the hinge components and latch fitment more than an appearence "fit".

An interesting thing, spell check your post with "fitment" in it! LOL

Brian
Brian , Lets not get started on hinges again ,,,,and their fitment on GM trucks....LOL.....Sorry Vince
09-06-2009 07:07 AM
deadbodyman hey ding, I like the part about a quick ez erection against the right hand......
09-05-2009 11:44 PM
MARTINSR Everyone of those is regarding "Function", not appearance.

Brian
09-05-2009 11:38 PM
dinger Here's part of a page from Google I copied.

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fitment - use in sentences





Preposition: of

* system: For many sporty cars, certificates showing the fitment of such systems are a condition of insurance.

Converse of object

* shower: White corner style bath, with antique style tap and shower fitment over the bath.

* allow: Also included are fixing points to allow simple fitment of PCBs for addressable systems.

* enable: Alan Whenman makes some final alterations to the ashpan to enable correct fitment to the bottom of the firebox.

* require: The previous government had decided not to require the fitment of ATP on the privatized rail network.

* include: Mods include the fitment of a quality kit and full flip paint job.

* have: The awning has all fitments built-in to allow for quick easy erection against the right hand side of transporter.

Adjective modifier

* universal: Reducing vehicle speeds Work is required to develop harmonized standards for Intelligent Speed Adaptation systems with the aim of eventual universal fitment.

* original: With the exception of the cubicle cisterns all are original fitments dating from 1899.

* standard: Plus the standard fitment of stylish 14 " Sao Paulo alloy wheels & the choice of Metallic or Pearl Effect paint.

* light: Exposed feature timber roof trusses and beams. black wrought iron style ceiling light fitment.

* other: It was modified to remove the other un-cool fitment, namely the pedals.

* mandatory: Foden Vehicle manufacturer Will offer choice of analog or VDO digital until mandatory fitment required.

Modifies a noun

* program: We are now reaching a point in the TPWS fitment program where significant safety benefits are being obtained.

Noun used with modifier

* bathroom: Only where a planned maintenance program of work is more than 18 months away will the Responsive Repairs team consider renewing a bathroom fitment.

* tire: There also is an online tire fitments and pressure calculator.

* engine: Prior to engine fitment the engine bay was cleaned to bare metal and undersealed.

There's more. Go to google and use the advanced search. I don't know what's right or wrong, today was the first time I heard of the word. I've never used it.
09-05-2009 05:23 PM
MARTINSR After all that this is the only one that comes close.

"A thing fitted to another in order to accomplish a specific purpose."

It is still is refering to a "function" like the hinge components and latch fitment more than an appearence "fit".

An interesting thing, spell check your post with "fitment" in it! LOL

Brian
09-05-2009 02:20 PM
eloc431962 And this http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&d...ition&ct=title . Cole
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