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Wiring
Posted by Charly57 on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 8:59 PM

While wiring the interior of a Tamiya WRC Subaru, any ideas on how to simulate ty-raps?

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  • Member since
    December, 2010
  • From: Antioch CA
Posted by JM485 on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 11:54 PM

You should repost this in the Interior Detailing section, I think you will get a lot more replies.  Best of luck.Thumbs Up

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Posted by BigTallDad on Tuesday, December 06, 2011 5:46 PM

JM485

You should repost this in the Interior Detailing section, I think you will get a lot more replies.  Best of luck.Thumbs Up

Thank you! I thought I was the only member that cared about this!

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  • From: Antioch CA
Posted by JM485 on Tuesday, December 06, 2011 10:48 PM

Don't get me wrong BTD.  I don't have an issue with people posting in the wrong section from time to time, and I really think he will have better luck in the other section.  I've seen you comment multiple time on posts like this, and instead of bluntly saying to move it, I think it should be said that moving it will benifite them because it most likely will get them more replies.  People make mistakes, it is that simple, there are way worse things to worry about and I understand the need to help them, but i say let mods handle the majority of the situations as I have seen some new members get angry about people not answering their question and only telling them to move their post.  If I had an answer for his question, I would have posted it right here.  I really don't want to start an argument here.  I mean no disrespect and I am sure I am out of place here but that is just my opinion.  Good luck in your building.Thumbs Up

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