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Old 09-12-2012, 01:04 AM   #4021
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Your 332i and I can go sit in the shade of your garage and look pretty while you get browner and look more like a working class brown person.
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Get home, eat, already time for bed.

On the positive side, got a new Taiwanese made mirror cover for the van. At $22 shipped brand new, I didn't expect much. Quality isn't great, but to my surprise, instead of just a mirror cover, it's the entire mirror, glass, mounting bracket, and even new nuts for attachment.

I will have to make a final farewell to the aging Hello Kitty tape on my mirror sometime soon.
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On the positive side, got a new Taiwanese made mirror cover for the van. At $22 shipped brand new, I didn't expect much. Quality isn't great, but to my surprise, instead of just a mirror cover, it's the entire mirror, glass, mounting bracket, and even new nuts for attachment.

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lol, the tape is starting to turn kinda brownish now. First the non-black colors all faded, then the black faded too, and now it's just turned into a stringy brownish white blob smeared on my mirror that doesn't do anything now.
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lol, the tape is starting to turn kinda brownish now. First the non-black colors all faded, then the black faded too, and now it's just turned into a stringy brownish white blob smeared on my mirror that doesn't do anything now.


nothing that some duct tape can't fix
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nothing that some duct tape can't fix
Yeah, but no need to fix it if I have a replacement that costs as much as 2 rolls of duct tape.

I'm really annoyed with the misaligned pulley though. So much squeaking, and $88 replacement alternator I didn't need to buy.
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It'll be strange for that Herro Hitteh tape to not be there. lawl
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Yeah, but no need to fix it if I have a replacement that costs as much as 2 rolls of duct tape.

I'm really annoyed with the misaligned pulley though. So much squeaking, and $88 replacement alternator I didn't need to buy.
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