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proper cop wiring way...
by Mudassir Hashmi on 03/23/16 03:00 PM

check the proper wiring way

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#27509 - 07/25/19 10:22 PM Re: proper cop wiring way... [Re: Mudassir Hashmi]  
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Wow..amazing..I cant wait to learn how to be this good!

#27511 - 07/26/19 12:50 PM Re: proper cop wiring way... [Re: Mudassir Hashmi]  
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Love it, unfortunately it doesn't happen enough. Not too many new mechanics care any more, (just get it done), is the new motto.
Wish you luck R925

Last edited by JustWolf; 07/26/19 12:51 PM.
#27696 - 08/25/19 11:48 PM Re: proper cop wiring way... [Re: Mudassir Hashmi]  
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Very nice. I've seen better but I've seen many, many more not even close to this level. Glad we still have some techs that care this much.


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