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Old 04-22-2008, 03:27 PM   #31
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Who said we can't "back them up"? Once in a while these kinds of things get so drawn out that we (at least me) get a little tired of re-stating the same things over and over again over the years.
I, for one, always thought you had a folder on your computer with different word documents so you could just copy and paste.

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but then whats the point of people making statements if they cant back them up? Thats why ask questions. Many times i'm curious so just because i'm asking a question doesn't mean i'm against it or something.

also as the currie goes.. whats the difference between the stock one and the currie? As far as i know the currie has multiple holes that make it "softer" or harder" but is that it?
A currie is soft enough to allow flex but also maintain off road stability. It works better with the rear sway bar witch like a currie is soft enough to flex but also still help maintain stability. He's not saying discos are bad bad. There better than stock but he is saying that a currie with a rear sway bar is better.

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Old 04-22-2008, 03:35 PM   #33
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I, for one, always thought you had a folder on your computer with different word documents so you could just copy and paste.
I don't but I should, huh!

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