Meguiar’s Creates a "Wicked" Shine on Alpine’s Sinister Six
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    Thumbs up Meguiar’s Creates a "Wicked" Shine on Alpine’s Sinister Six









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    Great writeup. I saw a 3 inch pad in one of the earlier pictures, is this something in the works by meguiar's, or is it one of the already available 3" pads from other companies?
    I want 4" Softbuff pads!

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    good job and great write up!
    did you detail the Alpine X5 too?

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    Re:
    "Great writeup. I saw a 3 inch pad in one of the earlier pictures, is this something in the works by meguiar's, or is it one of the already available 3" pads from other companies?"
    George-
    It is an SM Arnold pad. Wish I had better news for you on that one.

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    "Good job and great write up! Did you detail the Alpine X5 too?"
    Sneek-
    Yes I did... I haven't been able to upload a picture on my other MOL name, "Kevin_Brown", since I tried to upload one that, apparently, wasn't formatted properly.

    Now, no matter what I try, no pic will get through. It's a shame because I certainly wouldn't want to lose all the posts under that name. Mike can't seem to figure out how to purge whatever it is that seems to be blocking things up. If anyone knows a lot about how things work... HELP ME!

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    Hi Kevin,

    This is one of the most interesting write-ups I've ever seen! Nice work. I can only imagine how long it took to create each one of the images.



    As for the uploading images problem, hopefully this will be corrected when we upgrade the vbulletin software and at the same time we'll be looking into the gallery software.

    Let's start a different thread for the uploading issues as it would be a waste to take this awesome write-up off-topic any further.

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    Thanks, Mike!

    I appreciate MOL and its members, so I thought that spending a little more time presenting the rub-out was worth the effort.

    For me, the best way to learn the in's & out's of software is to USE it on a self-proclaimed 'project' such as this one.

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