[Saloon-lovers] Still need input on hardware grade jag used

I agree with everything you said with exception of “land of rice”

After working for SONY for 15 years and traveling to Japan every few
months, I need to tell you that as far as the Japanese thought, TEXAS is
the land of rice.

Whenever I told someone from Japan that I was from Texas, they would
say “rice land” because that is where a major portion of their imported
rice.

Funny when I think about it now, I moved to Idaho and now all I hear
“potato”

BTW: Forget what your Napa rep said… stay with Grade 8. It is not
original ut also smart to install the bolts that don’t stretch or break
in your suspension like a Grade 5 may do.

Jeff
Boise, Idaho
Mk2s

Jeff Warner
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Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
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scjag@juno.com 9/29/2006 4:18:31 AM >>>
In reply to a message from Pete55Tbird sent Fri 29 Sep 2006:

Pete there are several sites that you can Id the bolt and nuts. As
far as NAPA goes that is BS. I have never seen a suspension or
major bolt fail in all my years–further I have never heard of a
major bolt failing (rust and abuse excluded). The comment on the
British steel industry is more BS and with NAPA filling their bins
with truly suspect hardware from the land of rice (which can
stretch or break) I would clean up what I have and motor on.-

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I meant to say that Grade 8 is not ONLY original but also smarter.

Typing errors!! :frowning:
Jeff

Jeff Warner
Director of Six Sigma and Performance Improvement
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
(208) 367-4749
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(208) 855-8069 Pager
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@Jeff_Warner1 9/29/2006 5:28:42 AM >>>
I agree with everything you said with exception of “land of rice”

After working for SONY for 15 years and traveling to Japan every few
months, I need to tell you that as far as the Japanese thought, TEXAS
is
the land of rice.

Whenever I told someone from Japan that I was from Texas, they would
say “rice land” because that is where a major portion of their
imported
rice.

Funny when I think about it now, I moved to Idaho and now all I hear
“potato”

BTW: Forget what your Napa rep said… stay with Grade 8. It is not
original ut also smart to install the bolts that don’t stretch or
break
in your suspension like a Grade 5 may do.

Jeff
Boise, Idaho
Mk2s

Jeff Warner
Director of Six Sigma and Performance Improvement
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
(208) 367-4749
(208) 367-6666 FAX
(208) 855-8069 Pager
jeffwarn@sarmc.org

scjag@juno.com 9/29/2006 4:18:31 AM >>>
In reply to a message from Pete55Tbird sent Fri 29 Sep 2006:

Pete there are several sites that you can Id the bolt and nuts. As
far as NAPA goes that is BS. I have never seen a suspension or
major bolt fail in all my years–further I have never heard of a
major bolt failing (rust and abuse excluded). The comment on the
British steel industry is more BS and with NAPA filling their bins
with truly suspect hardware from the land of rice (which can
stretch or break) I would clean up what I have and motor on.-

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