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October 13th, 2018, 12:18 AM   #21
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when I said you were "a lying cunt" I was only telling one truth. otherwise there are so many statements there I can't deal with them all without any one point being lost.

You trawl up stuff from what 2009? that's nine years ago that was dealt with then? I mean properly dealt with including a mystified retraction by me. now you can point it all out again but REALLY I mean really, if you're any kind of man (which your not) you'd let it slide because it is 9 years. I don't drag up old stuff. just try growing a pair and sticking to what is relevant. if you have a point to make, mak e a point. throwing 10 pebbles instead of one rock isn't going to get you anywhere. it makes you look churlish.

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October 13th, 2018, 02:05 AM   #22
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Please Answer the question my dear fellow

Given your proven dishonesty dating back 9 years over various specifications regarding finite measurable values

AND your ongoing dishonesty regarding valve spring shims

Why on earth should we believe your claim about the bearings ???????????

Seriously a 100 hp berg ? That's new dishonesty

I don't need to drag up anything. you continue to post blatant untruths to your own gain

So I repeat: why should we trust the little boy who cried wolf for 9 years and cries wolf still ?

????????????????????????????

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October 13th, 2018, 02:33 AM   #23
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Further i do not understand why you are upset with me about NTN vs SKF

this is 100% ORANGEBERG s finding

so why are you pissed off at me ?

doesn't ORANGEBERG deserve some of your undivided care and attention ?
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October 13th, 2018, 08:03 AM   #24
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well I have made my point about the bearings and it is you who have said these things, you rarely if ever quoted Orangeberg after the initial big thread so you are the problem.

as regards the shims, I have been covering them FOC as they have come up. If I cover them FOC then I'm not denying that there was a problem. So there is no dishonesty about the shims.
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October 13th, 2018, 08:10 AM   #25
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Hahaha, so I put shims which were provably going to disintegrate into my motor, and when they disintegrate I get ... NEW SHIMS!?!? Free of charge? Nice!!
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October 13th, 2018, 01:40 PM   #26
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My dear fellow you were posting that you never had any problems with the shims while people were putting up pictures of them failing !

I posted on here 9 years ago that thin shims wouldn't work and you abused the hell out of me for it

Now you claim to have a 100 hp berg ...

That proves your dishonesty

So I repeat

Why should we believe your claim that none of your skf bearing customers have had any problems ?

Just answer the question ....

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October 13th, 2018, 01:43 PM   #27
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And no I am not the problem with skf Vs ntn

It's orangebergs finding so if you disagree with the finding then your problem is with him.

You just take it up with me because he's not here.

He is not here because of you !

Why not Give him a call and tell him he's a lying fwit

02 63601964 is his number In oz

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October 13th, 2018, 08:17 PM   #28
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Man, you have problems. There’s not a hope in hell I’d take the chance of dealing with you if you were the last source for any parts. Your latest rants here being no different to previous is full of showing mental health issues.....seriously.

“the difference was you cunt, I had been doing my best and you were there just to be what you are....a cunt, a foul mouthed shyster“

Not only is Bushie right, good on him for taking it up to ya.

Seek help fella.
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October 15th, 2018, 02:01 AM   #29
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Sometimes I missed the Jerry Springer show, but not since I joined this forum.
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I'm out. Again. Nothing has changed in the six or seven years that I stayed away. Good luck to you all.

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