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Old 04-18-2013, 12:47 PM   #324881
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Old 04-18-2013, 12:51 PM   #324884
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Psychology starts with a P. You can't explain that.
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so it's been Pshawn all along? Now I feel dumb.

Sorry, Pshawn!
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so it's been Pshawn all along? Now I feel dumb.

Sorry, Pshawn!


you guys are retarded sometimes.
I am not sure if that nickname is better or worse.

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Pshaw, Pshawn.
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Hopefully nothing serious.
Two problems prevent one side of the drivetrain from running, and one problem adds an additional 20 minutes of service time to servicing an axle.
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I realize that we were misspelling your name, Pshawn, but I think that comment was a little overboard and borderline rude.
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Why isn't your team an official club?
It has to be rechartered every semester, and nobody submitted the paperwork and went through the whole process.
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i am sure you are really upset.
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lol at everyone having difficulty spelling Pshawn's name correctly.
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It has to be rechartered every semester, and nobody submitted the paperwork and went through the whole process.
Then it's your own fault, right?

Sorry, you guys need to get your act together. If you think you have the most power, take control and do what needs to be done.
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Running into a concrete wall at full speed is less force than getting hit by a weaponed robot, but it is still enough to cause one of the huge drive motor connectors to pull apart, and make the press fit bushings to rotate and misalign.

Also, I found that Loctite will glue a steel sprocket onto an aluminum shaft and takes an incredible amount of force to remove.
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Then it's your own fault, right?

Sorry, you guys need to get your act together. If you think you have the most power, take control and do what needs to be done.
You're cute when you're trying to act like a big kid.
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Also, I found that Loctite will glue a steel sprocket onto an aluminum shaft and takes an incredible amount of force to remove.
Pull apart as in unplug? Zip tie it.
How are these bushings used?

Awesome. Was that loctite red or blue?
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It was quiet. lol
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