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Old 04-04-2006, 06:23 AM   #31
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double posts

Just edit it and change what it says to something else for your next post - just do it quickly or it will be out of order.
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Old 04-04-2006, 10:09 AM   #32
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eh im just going to let it

eh im just going to let it slide.... ill be more careful next time
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Old 04-04-2006, 10:23 AM   #33
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how do you guys delete double posts on this site?
I can actually delete double posts, but it will also erase any replies that were created by clicking "reply" for that post. I cna either dive into the mysql tables or I can wait until my forum software is done which wont have that limitation.
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Old 04-04-2006, 11:25 AM   #34
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It sounds like someone just insulted your mom. It's very big of you to let it go.
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Old 04-04-2006, 08:35 PM   #35
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I can actually delete double posts, but it will also erase any replies that were created by clicking "reply" for that post. I cna either dive into the mysql tables or I can wait until my forum software is done which wont have that limitation.
aaaHA! so the problem lies with microsoft!

and yea when i just read the post on the top of the page it does sound like that...
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Old 04-04-2006, 08:45 PM   #36
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I can actually delete double posts, but it will also erase any replies that were created by clicking "reply" for that post. I cna either dive into the mysql tables or I can wait until my forum software is done which wont have that limitation.
aaaHA! so the problem lies with microsoft!

and yea when i just read the post on the top of the page it does sound like that...
No way. MySQL is not a microsoft product. They have some silly version of an SQL database, however... I won't even touch the thing.
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No way. MySQL is not a microsoft product. They have some silly version of an SQL database, however... I won't even touch the thing.
my bad... i forgot what i used when i learned all the .net stuff... i couldve sworn it was mysql... nah.
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I've been wading thru the different threads on indexing. Those of you who did this, was it worth it on a Honda?

I'm not wanting to drop $20 on washers if it doesn't
do any good.

I'm picking up a new set of NGK plugs today, & will play around with them trying to find a plug that naturally seats at 0? in each hole.

Any long term comments on the side gapping too?
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I've been wading thru the different threads on indexing... I'm not wanting to drop $20 on washers if it doesn't do any good...
I bought tuneup parts yesterday, for my first time indexing plugs. Instead of getting an indexing kit I got 2 sets of plugs. With any luck I'll find one that works well in each hole.

Mine are the kind with crush gaskets. This lets you turn them a bit further to get them aimed. If yours are the bevel-fit without gaskets then you don't have that luxury.
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