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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    It never ceases to amaze me that one that is an a$$ on the site he thinks he can do no wrong has to drag his attitude over here and give other people crap
    Monte

    if you have a personal problem.. that is too bad..

    But read the content of the post... there is a sound reason that they make different size and material liners for MIG guns...

    sorry you take such violent exception to that.. you are both factually and emotionally incorrect..

    I stand by my post
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    The post has nothing to do with it. There are nice ways to remark to a post and an a$$hole way of doing. You always seem to pick the latter. Why is that? You like to stir up crap for some reason. SFT has a different atmosphere than here and that's ok. You are the main reason I will not post there anymore. You took a post I had made on this forum and took it there to start crap. There are some good guys there........but all it takes is one of you for me to not want to belong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    The post has nothing to do with it. There are nice ways to remark to a post and an a$$hole way of doing. You always seem to pick the latter. Why is that? You like to stir up crap for some reason. SFT has a different atmosphere than here and that's ok. You are the main reason I will not post there anymore. You took a post I had made on this forum and took it there to start crap. There are some good guys there........but all it takes is one of you for me to not want to belong.
    like I said ..sorry you have some sort of personal problem...

    But...you are way off the mark...
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    Millermatic 350P w/25ft Alumapro & 30A
    Millermatic 200

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