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Old 01-21-2014, 07:39 PM   #1751
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When someone says Cadillac Converter.. when it's Catalytic Converter.

When someone tells me to my face, my Glock is a Generation 2, when it was made in 2008, has Finger Grooves, Thumb Rests, 2 Pins, and a Rail... and still wants to argue when I present facts saying otherwise.

I'm a Cadillac converter.
I converted from Caddies to Lincolns a long time ago.
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I'm a Cadillac converter.
I converted from Caddies to Lincolns a long time ago.
I love the big boat cars... I loved my old Caddy... but if I get another landyacht, it's gonna be a lincoln. Rear wheel drive.
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Old 01-21-2014, 08:11 PM   #1753
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I love the big boat cars... I loved my old Caddy... but if I get another landyacht, it's gonna be a lincoln. Rear wheel drive.
Fords... Fords should have been a deal breaker for me...
I ain't fixing that sh!t.
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Fords... Fords should have been a deal breaker for me...
I ain't fixing that sh!t.
Why fix something that's not broken?
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Why fix something that's not broken?
It is broken, it was made by Ford. The only way to fix it is to make it something else entirely
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See my post about the tractor made in the 60s and still being used.

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See my post about the tractor made in the 60s and still being used.
Well yeah, but it's probably got a diesel in it that wasn't made by International...

My Grandpa has an old Ford tractor I want really bad, it really messes with my head though because it has a positive ground...
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Well yeah, but it's probably got a diesel in it that wasn't made by International...
It uses gas. Not a clue what kind of engine is in it though.

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My Grandpa has an old Ford tractor I want really bad, it really messes with my head though because it has a positive ground...
Not sure what that means.
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It uses gas. Not a clue what kind of engine is in it though.



Not sure what that means.
Well it definitely isn't a diesel. :P

Someone smarter might be able to explain this better but conventional theory of electricity says that electrons flow from positive to negative...

Then there's electron theory that says the exact opposite, basically it grounds from the positive side of the battery, I'm telling you it really f***s with my head.
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Well it definitely isn't a diesel. :P

Someone smarter might be able to explain this better but conventional theory of electricity says that electrons flow from positive to negative...

Then there's electron theory that says the exact opposite, basically it grounds from the positive side of the battery, I'm telling you it really f***s with my head.
Welcome to the world of Physics. Ever wonder why scientists are mad? This is why.
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