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 on: Today at 09:43:48 PM 
Started by MattB - Last post by Beerj
Check out bitstamp.net
Might be a good starting point

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 on: Today at 09:42:21 PM 
Started by MattB - Last post by Beerj
All I know is you buy the "coins" at current rate and if all goes well, the value goes up. Then you can move it to some kind of virtual wallet which converts the coins to USD and then you can withdrawl. Xrp is at roughly .40 per coin right now so the initial investment isnt nearly as high as bitcoin but according to some folks, it has the potential to surpass bitcoin in worth. That being said, I don't know if they think bitcoin will bomb and thats how it'll be bigger or if it will surpass current bitcoin rates. But, at .40 per coin, I'd say it's worth a $100 investment. Not a huge loss if nothing happens but could stand to turn that $100 into a lot more money. That's just my understanding of it.

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 on: Today at 09:35:41 PM 
Started by MattB - Last post by TBItoy
Can someone please explain whats going on.  Im just flat out ignorant at this point, but have always been somewhat curious what all the fuss is about.

I took a few minutes to read over the XRP site.  I think I understand that it's a fancier version of something like Paypal...am I in the ballpark?  If so, what does buying into it do for me?  How does me buying into it help XRP? How do I buy into it?  Etc....
Yeah it does sound like PayPal sort of they way they describe the usage of it... But imagine that you had to buy PayPal tokens to transfer value to another party, and there were only a finite number of tokens available, and the speed and ease of use make it desireable to use, therefore giving it some inherent value.

Basically the only reason any "money" has value is that people believe that it does, and hold true that they will be able to exchange that currency for goods/services.

The "fake internet currency" has to have some inherent value, in either how it is created (ex: Bitcoin) or the service/convenience it provides (ex: xrp)

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 on: Today at 09:25:25 PM 
Started by jeeptj99 - Last post by POR
RCV I called them on Monday and had a new shaft on Wed morning at my house. You call them they say almost every time word for word "oh we are terribly sorry about that, email ***** some pictures of the broken shaft and a part number if one is on there and we will get you a replacement coming." you email them and then usually within 2 hours have a tracking number. I wish other companies were that easy to deal with. I get the locker theres a lot of internal stuff but come on, 10 weeks.

That's crappy. I've never had a problem dealing with tg. I just don't understand why everyone hates them so much. I've had more worst dealings with other reputable company's than tg.

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 on: Today at 09:23:38 PM 
Started by TBItoy - Last post by TBItoy
Hand e-brake......
Foot... It works too.

I drove it down to my boss mans house today.

Needs a battery, old one must have died while it's been sitting

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 on: Today at 09:09:27 PM 
Started by TBItoy - Last post by jccarter1
Hand e-brake......

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 on: Today at 09:03:35 PM 
Started by 417chevy - Last post by Eddyj
2x2 1/4 square tube for links. Search for Heiman on sale.

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 on: Today at 08:34:57 PM 
Started by MattB - Last post by clemsonjeep
Can someone please explain whats going on.  Im just flat out ignorant at this point, but have always been somewhat curious what all the fuss is about.

I took a few minutes to read over the XRP site.  I think I understand that it's a fancier version of something like Paypal...am I in the ballpark?  If so, what does buying into it do for me?  How does me buying into it help XRP? How do I buy into it?  Etc....


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 on: Today at 08:08:47 PM 
Started by 417chevy - Last post by mac5005
Several of the shock manufacturers use hydraulic oil that is tinted red with the same dye. 

If it is diesel, then they could have been trying to get a smoother ride without actually changing the valving.   

You can use dexron3mercon or aw32 hydraulic oil as they are the correct viscosity.   

If you notice the ride being stiffer after getting actual oil in them, it would confirm my guess. 

I can get 5 gallons of aw32 hydraulic oil cheaper than dex3mercon and way cheaper than commercial shock or fork oil.   The dexron 3 mercon just has more detergents and will foam faster.

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 on: Today at 08:00:42 PM 
Started by 417chevy - Last post by crawler 129
Pics of buggy ?

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