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Old 09-01-2005, 09:21 PM   #1
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My stove igniter was defective and the new
one which came from WW was "specially packed"
for me........

They must have too much time on their hands at
the parts shipping department at WW so they build
little boxes
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My stove igniter was defective and the new
one which came from WW was "specially packed"
for me........

They must have too much time on their hands at
the parts shipping department at WW so they build
little boxes
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Old 09-01-2005, 09:29 PM   #3
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Howie!!

Now dare I say they merely shipped your igniter in the same box they received it in from Thailand?!

I've seen those workers there in Perris...duct tape- yes. Fake Teak wood (with the matching fake Oak moulding?)- NO! Oh...and the cheap Chinese staples....

The "Stove Ignitor" label gave it away!!!

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Howie!!

Now dare I say they merely shipped your igniter in the same box they received it in from Thailand?!

I've seen those workers there in Perris...duct tape- yes. Fake Teak wood (with the matching fake Oak moulding?)- NO! Oh...and the cheap Chinese staples....

The "Stove Ignitor" label gave it away!!!

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Sean,
It was hard to see in the photo, but they put
very expensive bubble wrap on the interior rear
of the box.

Plus that custom window with the plastic wrap
which was so much fun to break into.
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So Sean,

What did the WW weight? Did you get by the cat scales???

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I thought that was a WW part. I recognized the quality craftmanship in the packaging right away.

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Old 09-02-2005, 02:35 AM   #7
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nice box!! thats a keeper.
You can put it underneath your sink next to the winerack.
Where does WW use that green duct tape usually though?
where does anyone typically use green duct tape?
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Old 09-02-2005, 05:46 AM   #8
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My mike you're up early this morning! Or is it up late last night? That green duct tape is known in the Army as 100 MPH tape. Kept on hand to patch small round holes that suddenly appear in helicopters. And on one occasion patched a 6" piece taken out of a rotor blade by a poorly aimed mortar round. Good stuff to have in your tool box.
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The only place I've ever seen green duct tape is in the pits with the Kawasaki Race Team.

And I've always wanted an excuse to say this..."Hey baby, nice box!"
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">That green duct tape is known in the Army as 100 MPH tape. Kept on hand to patch small round holes that suddenly appear in helicopters. And on one occasion patched a 6" piece taken out of a rotor blade by a poorly aimed mortar round. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

if a guy with poor aim could hit a moving rotor blade ....

and, well there you go. I ask a question of where does anyone use green duct tape? ...
and immediatly it is brought to my attention that between the Army and the Kawasaki Race Team, ... well ... green just very well might be the biggest seller of duct tape.

For my WW it looks like i'm going to have to find Billet colored duct tape. Oh, wait a minute, standard duct tape IS billet colored. It looks like my luck is finally changing.!
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Mike, don't want to change the thread subject,but could you take some pictures of your Add-A-Wall install? Would appreciate it. Dave
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Dave, i will turn into a regular shutterbug, but it might be early A.M. tommorrow if i can't get out of the saltmine here before 5 or 6 pm.
The only thing i can't remember from when i used mine, was are there grommets or tiedowns for the bottom. If anyone here wants to use them to secure little kitties or sneaky doggies, i've heard other people complain that they weren't small animal proof on the bottom. My dog is 100 pounds and will eventually probably EAT the thing and then fall asleep on the sofa.
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Thanks Buddy! Ours has grometts in the hardware pack. Maybe your 100# puppy and our 100# puppy will be able to meet in a creek nearbouts someday
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