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Thread: Harrop Eaton ELocker Versus GU Family Wagon Hubs?

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    Harrop Eaton ELocker Versus GU Family Wagon Hubs?

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    Is that you @MB?
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    Sounds like him

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    Sure does. A certain semi intelligible style that seems familiar.
    Just get an e-locker & get Harrop in Coburg to fit it.

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    What's the go with the dodgy links at the end of the legit post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    What's the go with the dodgy links at the end of the legit post?

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    If it isnt MB I am getting worried about another virus mutation. Those web address fragments might be loaded with something?
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    Twice now the same OP has done this, here’s my original query:

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    IF YA DONT GET STUCK YA AINT TRYIN HARD ENOUGH........OR YA TOOK THE CHICKEN TRACK

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    Haha well there you go, it was MB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    What's the go with the dodgy links at the end of the legit post?

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    Well that is interesting. He covered the links by changing the colour to black. I too thought it was MB and there was a couple of Odd references (turns out they are the links). They must look different on Tappa. I can't see them until I go into edit. If you see this again please report.

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