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    I feel this is 55% of us absolute first mod. What is it w these pinch seams? Can’t they design a clamp form or at least fold these inward from the factory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsideDownText View Post
    I feel this is 55% of us absolute first mod. What is it w these pinch seams? Can’t they design a clamp form or at least fold these inward from the factory?
    Sorry man but you're about 11 years late with this brilliant idea. Not stalking you, but your first two posts have me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    Sorry man but you're about 11 years late with this brilliant idea. Not stalking you, but your first two posts have me
    What idea? That Jeep hasn’t dealt with any tooling to hide the seams? If I’m late, despite working for FCA as a design consultant, then Jeep engineers must be stupid. Also, just looking for some groups to chat with - but it seems no one reads english or has zero tolerance for uniqueness. Either way, w/e, this is the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsideDownText View Post
    What idea? That Jeep hasn’t dealt with any tooling to hide the seams? If I’m late, despite working for FCA as a design consultant, then Jeep engineers must be stupid. Also, just looking for some groups to chat with - but it seems no one reads english or has zero tolerance for uniqueness. Either way, w/e, this is the internet.
    So you're a design consultant for FCA . Why didn't you just say that in the first place? I guess your English is just not our English. And you are unique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    So you're a design consultant for FCA . Why didn't you just say that in the first place? I guess your English is just not our English. And you are unique.
    Who I am shouldn’t be important - because part of being adults is simple manners. This site couldn’t manage so too bad. (If you don’t know, I “said hi” on the Wave forum I only got a bunch of threatened morons thinking they’re funny with fart “jokes” and a bully attitude as if they coded and own the site. Shame you guys own Jeeps really, as they are timeless and legendary products, especially as time goes by.) I’ll take my news, videos, and (sometimes I can) inside info on to more real pastures the rest of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsideDownText View Post
    Who I am shouldn’t be important - because part of being adults is simple manners. This site couldn’t manage so too bad. (If you don’t know, I “said hi” on the Wave forum I only got a bunch of threatened morons thinking they’re funny with fart “jokes” and a bully attitude as if they coded and own the site. Shame you guys own Jeeps really, as they are timeless and legendary products, especially as time goes by.) I’ll take my news, videos, and (sometimes I can) inside info on to more real pastures the rest of you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsideDownText View Post
    I'm not going to play with you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsideDownText View Post
    Who I am shouldn’t be important - because part of being adults is simple manners. This site couldn’t manage so too bad. (If you don’t know, I “said hi” on the Wave forum I only got a bunch of threatened morons thinking they’re funny with fart “jokes” and a bully attitude as if they coded and own the site. Shame you guys own Jeeps really, as they are timeless and legendary products, especially as time goes by.) I’ll take my news, videos, and (sometimes I can) inside info on to more real pastures the rest of you!
    LOL You are the one who said Who you are and what you can do. Please go back and re-read your Wave post, if you are honest you'll be scratching your head too. People asked to see your drifter and you won't share.

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