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#210234 - 10/11/06 01:19 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Wow...the more I listen to you guys try to play catch-up with your broken soccermommycar parts, the more I love my Toyota. For as much as you guys spend on mods, I got an OEM solid front axle, three diff locks, and a third row of seats, just like in Dad's minivan!

I'm just sayin'.

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#210235 - 10/11/06 01:48 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
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#210236 - 10/11/06 01:49 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Originally posted by XOC:
if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
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#210237 - 10/11/06 01:52 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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'cause I loiter on the Landcruiser forum.. wink

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#210238 - 10/11/06 01:56 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Originally posted by XOC:
if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
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#210239 - 10/11/06 05:33 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Quote:
Originally posted by XOC:
if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
I like it in here. It's warm and inviting.

I'm sorry...did my comment strike a nerve or something?

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#210240 - 10/11/06 07:52 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Quote:
Originally posted by Shahram:
Quote:
Originally posted by XOC:
[b]if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
I like it in here. It's warm and inviting.

I'm sorry...did my comment strike a nerve or something?[/b]
Nah, we just don't like you.

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#210241 - 10/11/06 08:24 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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You're just bitter because you've discovered that underneath all that pretty blue paint is just tin foil, dried boogers and clumps of Steve Kramer's belly lint. [Finger]

Actually, I'm surprised. I've been to Calmini, talked with Steve, I've owned a few of their products, and I've always felt like they put out quality stuff. I'm surprised that their steering system didn't hold up better.

Are you sure it isn't because you 'wheel like a goddamn maniac? Parts tend to break when they're thrown with great force against immovable objects.

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#210242 - 10/11/06 11:06 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Quote:
Originally posted by XOC:
if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
Does a Frontier count????

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#210243 - 11/11/06 04:44 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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[b]if you don't own an Xterra why are you even here?
Does a Frontier count????[/b]
At least a Frontier is the same species
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#210244 - 11/11/06 06:04 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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genus.. :p

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#210245 - 11/11/06 09:14 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Originally posted by Shahram:
Are you sure it isn't because you 'wheel like a goddamn maniac? Parts tend to break when they're thrown with great force against immovable objects.
My steering originally lasted 3000 miles and one day of wheeling, and I was taking it really easy that day (trail run with stock Xterra's)
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#210246 - 11/11/06 11:52 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Yeah, it's just no good any way you look at it [ThumbsDown]

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#210247 - 12/11/06 08:29 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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genus.. :p
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#210248 - 15/11/06 10:07 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Yeah - Genus might be more correct than Species...albeit it might be possible to interbreed the two, possibly making them sub-species, etc.

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#210249 - 16/11/06 05:26 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Quote:
Originally posted by TJ:
Yeah - Genus might be more correct than Species...albeit it might be possible to interbreed the two, possibly making them sub-species, etc.

laugh
Well then that would make them the same species then. If they can breed, their chromosomes pair and segregate correctly to make gametes and give offspring, then they are one species. Kinda like dogs.
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#210250 - 16/11/06 05:50 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Originally posted by skaggs396:
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Originally posted by TJ:
[b]Yeah - Genus might be more correct than Species...albeit it might be possible to interbreed the two, possibly making them sub-species, etc.

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Well then that would make them the same species then. If they can breed, their chromosomes pair and segregate correctly to make gametes and give offspring, then they are one species. Kinda like dogs.
laugh [/b]
Yes and no....

A species is a group of organisms characterized by anatomy (sharing like/similar features) and can only breed sucessfully with each other (that is they are reproductively isolated either physically or geographically and produce offspring which are reproductively viable)

Then there are hybrids which are combinations of 2 species which may not be reproductively viable.
A mule is an example of a hybrid; it is a sterile animal (cross of a donkey and horse) incapable of reproducing.

Sub-species are organisims that are geographically seperated but could be considered members of the same species based on their characteristics; you could move a member from one region, mix it with a population in another region and not be able to tell the difference.

Dogs are speciated, but then there are hybrids of the species (mixes) which may or may not be reproductively viable.
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#210251 - 16/11/06 06:27 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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I got the Carne Asada, it is Awesome!

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#210252 - 16/11/06 01:04 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Right - you could take a Navaro and an X and combine a lot of the parts, etc...but not all...so its hard to determine if that would be considered able to reproduce.

Maybe for trucks, its if they can be built on the same assembly line?

laugh

And the Carne Asada is good.

Now, a Mexican Hairless and a St Bernard might both be dogs...and share a majority of genes...but breeding them would be, um, messy.

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Friends don't let friends drive stock.

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#210253 - 16/11/06 09:57 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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I've lost track here. Does Calmini still suck?

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#210254 - 16/11/06 10:52 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Yep!


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#210255 - 17/11/06 09:48 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Calmini still sucks. Carne Asada Wilson rocks. Sharam is the Puppet Master. And dogs like to screw. Thats what I got out of it so far.

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#210256 - 18/11/06 07:34 AM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Originally posted by AV Xterra:
I've lost track here. Does Calmini still suck?
Nope....Calmini gets "Thanks"....

SLR Sucks.

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#210257 - 18/11/06 01:22 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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You Suck, They Suck, We Suck.

Good thing the whole world Sucks or we would all fall off!!! [Too much XOC] [Too much XOC]

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#210258 - 18/11/06 09:10 PM Re: Thanks CALMINI
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Quote:
Originally posted by Alpine Spirit:
You Suck, They Suck, We Suck.

Good thing the whole world Sucks or we would all fall off!!! [Too much XOC] [Too much XOC]
So what you're saying is that sometimes "suck" is a good thing. Well, that explains a lot.

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