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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeem, Feb 5, 2012.
Ah,... "Than" you misspell Interchangeable,...
I believe that NORS stands for New Old Reproduction Stock....a very accurate and reasonable term for parts that are not OEM (which would be NOS), but unused, reproduction parts made by an aftermarket supplier.
Damn I thought they were both politically correct.....
Amen. In this age of cell phone texting and internet posting, it seems that few people care about proper spelling and grammar. I am by no means a highly educated man, but if I expect someone to take the time to read a comment that I have posted, I at least attempt to make sure it reads somewhat clearly.
IMO, the use of "prolly" shows lazyness.
I thought NORS was replacement not reproduction...thanks.
repop, it's been popped once, now it's being popped a second time. What's not to understand?
Laughing out loud!
I concur !
You got me there. I probably should have written out, "In my opinion".
Is it a hi-po or a hi-pro engine?
That really doesnt bother me cause repo is more short for repop, not reproduction. and repro just sounds stupid... Stay away from all the shitty repo stuff anyway... Reproduction is short for dont fit...
Must be an Illinois thing... it's REPOP!
if "they".... would just quit sayin Dizzy instead of distributor....I'd wecome "repo" anytime.....
Also they can stick that super bowl where the sun dont shine...jus sayin......
That would be hi-po as in high power, not high professional or production.
Since we're on the subject... what are popo's?
You mean "Re-Poo" Get it right Larry !
That be the police.
Is there a 0 star rating for a thread?
yes- it is called" deleted by Ryan"
I always wondered when they made those 34 running boards from the original molds if they were NOS or NNOS - new new old stock
And how about Hi-Per for Hight Performance?
Needs TO BE rebuilt you illiterate moron.
I can keep going..
And it is HURST shifter, not HEARSE shifter.
Cowl Induction Hood, not Cowl Reduction. Nitric Oxide also.....where does it end.
Separate names with a comma.