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Old 09-13-2017, 10:35 AM   #1
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Was reading this article that mentions keeping an eye out for grey paste or powder because it's an indication something is loose or vibrating. Tip #5. Anyone have insight on this?
https://www.advpulse.com/adv-preppin...d-riding-tips/
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I dunno, the link does something funny...
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I dunno, the link does something funny...
Take the "S" out of the link.
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Hmmm, won't let me...

Tried editing the OP, and the S keeps appearing...

Wow, tried six different ways to get it to post without the S... site keeps adding it.

Even a plain text paste gets wrapped in URL tags and the S added...

advpulse.com/adv-prepping/6-off-road-riding-tips/

Ok, copy paste folks...

Or highlight, rclick and choose "go to"... works.

As for #5... it's just telling you to keep an eye out for metal dust or wet metal paste, as an indicator of metal parts rubbing together...
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As for #5... it's just telling you to keep an eye out for metal dust or wet metal paste, as an indicator of metal parts rubbing together...
Oh. Simple as that? Ok, works for me.
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