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Can someone explain to me why it is that after taking the time and effort to post what I consider a helpful comment on a thread, it gets deleted. Before you say "Ah but it was't relevent" it was relevent to the first post in that thread. if you read the first post you would see that, maybe not the main subject but it was included by the first poster. I think I know the message board Hiter that is responible and I have no intention of getting into a flame war with him. I'll quit being a member of this board, it's not like there's no other Range Rover forums out there and I can always view as a guest.

Good bye.
Norm.
 

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Off topic is usually the case. For instance your comment yesterday about getting Weathertech matts had nothing to do with the running boards that was the topic.
 

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Dang Norm, stick around , we need everyone to participate.

Every once in a while some of my posts leave to the abyss.

The moderator is a pretty fair guy and has a busy job to do to keep this site neat clean and tidy.

This really is a good place to exchange info
 

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Off topic is usually the case. For instance your comment yesterday about getting Weathertech matts had nothing to do with the running boards that was the topic.
Should have started a new thread. LOL
But, in all seriousness, the weather tech preformed liners was the first thing I got for the front only. No one ever rides in the back.


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Off topic is usually the case. For instance your comment yesterday about getting Weathertech matts had nothing to do with the running boards that was the topic.


FRESHMAN ROVER Join DateNovember 22nd, 2005LocationSouthern OregonPosts169 Garage


2008 Running Boards

So we picked up the 2008 rover Friday night, made for a long day. 10 hours total driving and a couple st the car lot. Do it has the fixed running boards and so far everyone has managed to kick them with the shins. Wife says get them off. They’re not bad looking but my shins say gotta go as well. I haven’t looked into pulling them off yet but it looks like they should come off easy. It needs a few things.. owners manual, rear cargo covers, cd magazine and oem floor mats, but it’s been running smooth and drives great. Got its first wash this morning.​



If you READ ALL of the post which I have copied and pasted above you will see that I WAS on topic. I've tried to delete my account but can't find how to do that. You seem to be an expert at deleting things so perhaps you can help me out and do it for me.
 

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Visiting the website is voluntary. No need to delete the account. Just don’t visit.
If I don’t like a TV show, I don’t cancel my cable. I change the channel.
I don’t like the news, I turn the TV off.


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