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Old 01-18-2005, 02:30 AM   #15
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I believe 007 is talking about ground wires and ground studs.
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Check out the Workhorse Forum it will explain about GND's.---"007"
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The acronym for Ground is GND not GRD that may be causing some of the confusion.
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Its caught someones attention thats great. "GND"----"007"
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Thought that he meant ground. GRD maybe "Got Real Disappointed
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