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Regular Joe replied to Alex Pape's discussion Selling baseball cards
"You know those big boxes of printing paper? I sold one of those overflowing with cards. GOOD cards. Lots of great rookies, unique cards, a few from the 60s and 70s, some autographed cards, uncut cards, cards from the bottoms of boxes, odd-shaped…"
8 minutes ago
Native Son replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"The old nylon cord bias belted tires were known for taking a "set" when parked for an extended time.  And yes, I just really dated myself."
9 minutes ago
Native Son replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"My friend.  I was one of those folks who gave the OP generic advice.  I worked in the tire business for several years.  The generic advice of getting the vehicle into a shop and getting the tires and alignment checked held true…"
10 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Alex Pape's discussion Selling baseball cards
"I've looked into this before. Hate to break it to you but cards in general and specifically cards from the 90s are essentially worthless now. Why Sports Cards From The 90s Are…"
18 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to David Johns's discussion Teen boys today
"How can my opinion that is based on my own experience and feelings be wrong?  The word Dibs has materialistic and ownership connotations to me maybe not to you or others but it does to me.  And yes, word meanings and use change…"
19 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"The only time I had a out-of-round tire was the time I had a 'bruise' (where the layers in the tire separate due to a severe hit)."
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Rick Shelton replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"There are similarities between cars, trucks, and SUVs and I think alignments, wheel balancing, tie-rods, tie-rod ends, and getting it checked out pretty much covers ALL of those types of vehicles.   The last is GREAT advice especially if…"
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