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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by jultzya
    beenthere...

    True, but why make it obvious?
    (I think we have enough DIY)
    So the bulls eye should be deleted from the site?

    Why make it easy?
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  2. #15
    What I'm really getting at, is that everybody is jumping in line to help the DIY, and forgetting about profit these days.

    I know, this thread wasn't started by a DIY, but the info is put in front of a DIY.

    The bull eye at the top of the site is helpful to HO. It allows them the opportunity to PURCHASE a sizing program. Point being, someone is making money for his expertise!

    We just need to realize where this is heading. I know there are a wide variety of sites that will sell to anyone. Hell, there is plenty of Dist. that will sell to anyone.

    But we need to act professionally, and that involves asking professional questions in the professional forums. If we don't start this simple task, why do the professional forums even exist?

  3. #16
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    I think they exist for the more technical questions(who is the dist for brand x is not technical).

    Phome books have distributor numbeers in them.

    Bosses calc program enables DIYers to select the size equipment, weather it be from a dealer or internet distributor.

    I don't care either way.

    But, to say one thing, and look the other for some things?

    Well, nothing wrong with what Baldie did, all DIYers, know how to use a phone book.
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  4. #17
    Originally posted by beenthere
    Well, nothing wrong with what Baldie did
    No problem with Baldy either...

    I was just telling the OP my opinion...

    But that's ok... it's all water under the bridge.

  5. #18
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    Yea, we all know how to swim .

    Take care julz.
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  6. #19
    You take care too, buddy.

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