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    Your atrocious grammar is a reasonable complaint. It's offensive to the eyes and the intellect.
    Based on the way you express yourself, I'd have to conclude you're the one with a sub-average IQ. Spelling and grammar aren't rocket science.
    Well since you have such an incredible intelect and high IQ how about actually responding to the post instead of rippin on peoples grammar

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    Well since you have such an incredible intelect and high IQ how about actually responding to the post instead of rippin on peoples grammar
    I already made comments about the post itself long ago. How about improving yourself and learning how to spell and put together coherent sentences, rather than sit and bitch about people complaining about your beloved chain store.

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    I already made comments about the post itself long ago. How about improving yourself and learning how to spell and put together coherent sentences, rather than sit and bitch about people complaining about your beloved chain store.
    Again with the spelling thing. I deeply sorry poor spelling on an internet blog bothers you... i will endevor to do better in the future. However you still havn't given any valid points... Other than spelling and grammar issues.

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    Again with the spelling thing. I deeply sorry poor spelling on an internet blog bothers you... i will endevor to do better in the future. However you still havn't given any valid points... Other than spelling and grammar issues.
    You can't build a house without a solid foundation. I refuse to take anyone seriously who can't spell or put together a sentence.

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    You can't build a house without a solid foundation. I refuse to take anyone seriously who can't spell or put together a sentence.
    Ah... so you got nothing.... Thats what i thought.

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    Ah... so you got nothing.... Thats what i thought.
    I can see you have nothing, yourself. Then again, you came into the conversation with an empty bag.

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    I can see you have nothing, yourself. Then again, you came into the conversation with an empty bag.
    Wow... i can see this conversation is going nowhere

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    First of all the "whiz kids" are trained service technicains just like anywhere else. These stories of CT having untrained kids doing mechanic work is simply Bull Shit. As bad as you people think CT is they are still a business and operate as such. And the oil filters are not the highest quality filters around however it is true that nothing was wrong with them. A "temporary stop sales" notice was placed on them while they quality tested a batch becaasue of customer complaints (yes when customers complain CT does react and try to resolve the issue). After investigating the "issue" it was determined that noting was wrong except that people were installing them wrong, primarily crossthreading them (how ever there was an instance where the customer crushed the side putting it on). Now maybe the side wall of say a Fram is stronger and maybe they are harder to cross thread but you pay 6 bucks for a motomaster and 12 for a fram you get what you pay for and there are many people who are happy to buy a cheap filter and take proper carre to install them correctly. Now think of it this was... my one store alone sells thousands of filters a year and has for many years if they were really that bad or had a major defect youd here about it on the news not on a blog site
    I'm glad CT had the parts to recall or pull off the shelf certain filters that they were having problems with. I have changed litterly hundreds of oil filters in my life time and only had one leak, I didn't notice the little gasket had remained on the block, my fault and it wasn't a CT filter. If you change your oil at 5000 km or miles a CT filter will do just fine, I'd definatly go for Quaker State or some other leading brand of oil and not that CT junk but their filters have done right by me. Most of the filter paper for most of the filters produced in North America come from one of two plants and they're not much differant. I'm anything but a CT fan and would emagine the problem is with instalation. Sorry but CT is full of (Whiz kids) that have been trained by licenced mechanics that couldn't find a job elsewhere. So like the man said "You get what you pay for" When I catch some clown heating a tie rod end with a torch because his grease gun is pluged (Whiz kid) is not the term I use.

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    Lightbulb Re: Jobmate

    Jobmate, for information, manuals, parts et al. can be found @ 1-866-jobmate...
    Warning though when I called to ask for the manual on my paticular tool, I was asked for my email address and told "it would take a day or so". Which is fair... I guess!? Though when I asked if they had a web address (all this after a very exhaustive search to find one), the operator told me that he didn't know!! Didn't know?!?!!

    Hope the contact number helps you'ze, and keep your eyes on your fries!
    TooTawlPawl

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    Re: Jobmate

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    Jobmate, for information, manuals, parts et al. can be found @ 1-866-jobmate...
    Warning though when I called to ask for the manual on my paticular tool, I was asked for my email address and told "it would take a day or so". Which is fair... I guess!? Though when I asked if they had a web address (all this after a very exhaustive search to find one), the operator told me that he didn't know!! Didn't know?!?!!

    Hope the contact number helps you'ze, and keep your eyes on your fries!
    TooTawlPawl
    Yeah... should've reg'd first!

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