Cutting Brushes

Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by redheat, Nov 4, 2004.

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  1. Dragracer-R

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    i dont understand why you are so angry.you asked if people cut brushes after they wear out and the guy told you that you dont cut worn out brushes.you replace them with new ones.
  2. redheat

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    Anger is not an issue with me , and that alone has nothing to do with the subject at hand , RED
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    can you explain this redheat?
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    AGAIN rc king you do not read. On every page of this worthless thread it has been said that we do not grind or cut them when they are wore all the way down. Every page we have explained that to you but you just don't get it. I guess steve is gonna have to lock your account again, what a waste.
  6. Dragracer-R

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    im lost.i have no clue whats going on here.
  7. Dragracer-R

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    looks like he did ask that
  8. RCking

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    if i said it once i said it a thousand times.no you dont cut them when they wear out you replace them with new ones.now that is the bottom line.nothing else should be said.thats it.its done with.simple question and simply answerd.

    Kindly stop posting on a topic with a flame on it thank you.
  9. RCking

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    no you dont cut brushes after they wear out.you replace them with new ones.
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    No Red.when they wear out you replace them with new ones.get it in your thick asss head.
  13. RCking

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    Oh you again the brainless one that has nothing better to do then start crap, RED
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    oh i guess the brainless one just works of off instinct when he answered the question you asked.your question was `` do you cut brushess after they wear out or?``the answer is/was..`you cut comms not brushes.you replace brushes after they wear out``.for some reason you got Extremly angry at that answer.
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    Whats it take, sending you a coloring book and crayons , you are by far one of the stupidest people that I have ever encountered on the 10 forums that I post on . You make yourself look like a major dumb#@$%to all to see. Give it up , RED
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