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GRUMPY

06-14-2001 11:46:31




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Nice try, now take your crap with you and don't let the door hit you in the head.




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bob wehrle

06-14-2001 12:34:19




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 Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to GRUMPY, 06-14-2001 11:46:31  
Mr. Grumpy...your name sure fits...how can you call my product "crap"..by doing that it just shows you are a uninformed "GRUMPY OLD &%@^%" The NOWET product is used worldwide on some of the worlds most valuable collector cars. Maybe you are confussing NOWET with a product that used to be available called driwash..that you have a right to call "crap"

Regards, Bob



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The Red

06-14-2001 12:36:29




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 Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to bob wehrle, 06-14-2001 12:34:19  
Sounds like an interesting product. You might want to take a peak at the sentence at the top of the Farmall forum.



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bob wehrle

06-14-2001 12:52:33




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to The Red, 06-14-2001 12:36:29  
Yes it is a unique product...Yes, I was wrong posting on this site...



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C.L.

06-14-2001 16:22:02




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to bob wehrle, 06-14-2001 12:52:33  
Yes, you did post on the wrong site. Don't waste our time and space on our forum with your worthless ads. You are still trying to push your product in your last post, after two people told you to stop. If you respond to this, you better not mention your wax.



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bob wehrle

06-14-2001 16:34:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to C.L., 06-14-2001 16:22:02  
I did not read anywhere that someone told me to stop anything...I was just answering what was sent to me regarding my WATERLESS WASH & WAX...

I said I was wrong posting on this site...I will not post again promoting my product...but as long as you all write to me I will answer...



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C.L.

06-14-2001 17:00:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to bob wehrle, 06-14-2001 16:34:01  
You say no one told you to stop, I'm telling you to stop right now, clear enough? If not, read the sentence at the top of this board. It says, "This is a moderated discussion forum. NO ADVERTIZING OF ANY KIND." This is the last time I warn you. I don't like wasting space on this forum.

If you mention one word about your product in your next post, you're a liar, respond to that.



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bob wehrle

06-14-2001 17:15:05




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to C.L., 06-14-2001 17:00:55  
You are certainly entitled to your opinion as to me being a liar or not..

Yes I now know that advertising is not allowed on your tractor boards...I said I was wrong to post here...

I don't need to be told this is the last time I am warning you...you are acting a like child...just let it go away all by itself...as I said I will not post anything on this site as long I do not receive any emails from this site...thats all that needs to be done...

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Kenny Christopherson

06-15-2001 06:44:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to bob wehrle, 06-14-2001 17:15:05  
Thats not tractor "maintanence" anyways.... It's just to purty it up for shows, which only are in the summer for me, and a lot of people keep their tractors in storage in the winter. So your product is useless to tractors anyways. THEY ARE FOR FARMING, THEY ARE GOING TO GET DIRTY!... Lets just keep it where it belongs- on CARS not TRACTORS... LEAVE IT AT THAT... THATS ENOUGH BICKERING!



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bob wehrle

06-15-2001 09:09:25




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TRACTOR MAINTAINANCE... in reply to Kenny Christopherson, 06-15-2001 06:44:19  
AMEN....



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