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I shall! I don't post here often, but once this system is up and running I feel as though I may post more frequently and hence the need for a proper sig

Yes, everybody need a proper sig tongue.gif Speaking of which I need to clean up my sig a bit more, maybe put a spoiler on the clubs and change there order.
EDIT: Never mind now, I have cleaned up my sig successfully!

Hope the system goes together well, it looks like it would be a pretty good one.
Edited by VitalShot - 6/22/13 at 6:37am
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Zip tie if you are worried
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Zip tie if you are worried


Go read through the thread, he fixed the problem by flipping the rad. wink.gif
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