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Old 02-12-2008, 01:05 PM   #1
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I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who had to go through what I went through before I went through it, so that I would have an easier time dealing with what I went through. It was really nice having so much information and experience to lean on when working on my Bonnie.

Not to single anyone out( because we are all responsible for how great this site is) but I would like to thank WillWren, Lash, sandrock, and jr's3800 and others for writing such fast and accurate responses and great TECHINFO bullitens.

If what I went through and the pics I took can help the next guy, then I guess I have paid it all back!
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