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I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".

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I have 3 NOS USA Made hood kits Available $30 Shipped via USPS Priority to the Lower 48.
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3 NOS China Made hood kits Available for $20 Shipped via USPS Priority to the lower 48.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Originally posted by Farbin Kaiber View PostYou are alive...
Someone tell you any different?
EDTI: Shit. Can't find any pictures of these kits.Last edited by Liam; 07192010, 01:32 PM.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Originally posted by bmwstephen View Postno trunk kits? =(
And Shit. No instructions either.Last edited by Liam; 07192010, 03:45 PM.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Originally posted by bmwstephen View Posti'll take 2! whats your paypal?
also, are the USA ones free of any defects?
No instructions either you know how they are installed right?
AND very important don't stretch the material when you are installing them because they will lift after a while if you do.
The ones on my IS have been there since May of 2007 with no problems.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Originally posted by bmwstephen View Postone last question. How does these affect how water drains from your car?
I've seen it installed on at the bottom of the gap instead of the vertical edge and I suppose that would cause a problem.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Aha...
I found instruction sheet for these
You can see them here:
http://www.dcolegrovephotography.com...n/EvoSeal.doc
EDIT: Only 1 US Made Kit and the three China Kits left.Last edited by Liam; 07192010, 03:15 PM.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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Originally posted by vlad View PostI'll take the US kit, PM me
thanks
EDIT: Get back to me I have a few neck breathers for it.
EDIT EDIT... USA Made is gone.Last edited by Liam; 07192010, 05:40 PM.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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This stuff is shit and no one should buy it from this loser. In case anyone is unaware, this guy was banned as a different user after blatant and continuous lies compounded by even more hilariously blatant lies.
If you want to put this stuff on your car, go buy some weather strip shit from Lowes and stick it on your car. It's the same shit.
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Originally posted by TwoJ's View PostThis stuff is shit and no one should buy it from this loser. In case anyone is unaware, this guy was banned as a different user after blatant and continuous lies compounded by even more hilariously blatant lies.
If you want to put this stuff on your car, go buy some weather strip shit from Lowes and stick it on your car. It's the same shit.
Originally posted by the rest of you@
Shipped this morning via USPS Priority.I'm Not Right in the Head  Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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