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Old 08-17-2013, 06:41 PM
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just had one great experience using a WTB thread in FTE. needed a starter plate. dmptrkr (craig hahn) responded saying he had a truck version in Indiana and would stop and pick it up on his way to albany NY (15 miles from me). he read my posts and thought i might need the car version (which was correct) and he brought one of those too. price $10. then he called to say he would deliver them to my home. he thought the car version was in a little rougher shape than the truck and maybe $10 was too much. where do you find people like craig ? FTE. i paid him a little more than his asking price to pay for his gas and a soda. he and his wife are very nice people, we had a nice discussion. i'll certainly pass along the favor with any of my leftover flatparts as time allows. This site and it's members are unbelievable. hope to see craig at the ATHS truck show in ballston spa, sept. dick r.
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Old 08-18-2013, 12:39 AM
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Way to go, Craig!
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What a very nice thing to do Craig. Rite on.
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craig is a member of FTE, just couldn't rem his user name, found it eventually: dmptkr, he has a couple of nice f-5's tucked away. what a great guy to have in the FTE corral.
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