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post #1 of 42 Old 10-16-2003, 5:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Full Hindle system

Does a full Hindle system give ample clearance to change oil filters?
Those of you who have had one installed for a while, how well does the system hold up over time?
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Re: Full Hindle system

I just can't bring myself to answer these questions again (after about 35 previous responses to the exact same question . . .).
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Re: Full Hindle system

so, you'll waste your time with a wiseass reply
excuse the hell outta me

its not like i'm asking a 'what do you think?' or a pipe A vs. pipe B

there are only 5 pages of hits for hindle + clearance............



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Re: Full Hindle system

5 seconds to post a fun and humorous, smartass reply.

5 minutes to type out some diatribe that has been posted 35 times.

Reading the noob's pissed off response at some fun humor

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Re: Full Hindle system

With Abtech joining in on the Boothisms, this is going to turn into a race to see who gets to respond to these types of posts first.
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Re: Full Hindle system

The answer is yes, although I had to really wiggle a filter I bought at Pep boys.

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Re: Full Hindle system

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Voodoo954 : so, you'll waste your time with a wiseass reply
excuse the hell outta me

its not like i'm asking a 'what do you think?' *or a pipe A vs. pipe B

there are only 5 pages of hits for hindle + clearance............
Had you set the search to look from beginning to older, you would have had 9 pages of hits. We don't answer these questions to repeat ourselves, and even though it would require you to actually click on a few likely threads, you would have found not only the answer to your questions, but a lot of other valuable information as well.

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Re: Full Hindle system

my hindle rubs my oil filter but all you haqve to do is unbolt the can and push down on it to get the filter out
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Re: Full Hindle system

not to add insult to injury here but how hard would it had been for Hindle to simply put some bend in the headpipes near the filter to gain some clearance?
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Re: Full Hindle system

I gotta say this is a pretty funny thread
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Re: Full Hindle system

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Voodoo954 : so, you'll waste your time with a wiseass reply
excuse the hell outta me

its not like i'm asking a 'what do you think?' *or a pipe A vs. pipe B

there are only 5 pages of hits for hindle + clearance............
The regulars always seem to piss off the new members. I think it is some kind of indoctrination. Many have left in anger and others stop visiting for periods of time. Just suck it up and realize that some other friendly members will eventually reply in a positive manor. I find it interesting that most of the wisenheimers don't even own blades anymore, they just like the site. I feel your pain so hang in there.
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Mattress : I gotta say this is a pretty funny thread
You think so?
It seems like Bullshit to me, every time someone new comes on and asks a question he gets railed by the older members for not knowing or not using the search engine that brings up pages and pages of useless threads that more than half don't even have the search word in. If you have 1000's of post you must like seeing *yourself in print so repeat, repost or give constructive help. The smart ass comments lend yourself to a title of TROLL.

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Re: Full Hindle system

He posted a question, got a humorous yet helpful hint....it's funny, you need to get a sense of humor.
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