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Re: MVS posting standards: Correct English, no text talk please

Post by abscate » Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:22 am

You should find the XC90 forum here

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Post by mrjay62 » Mon May 28, 2018 5:57 pm

HI Everyone.
Can I Blame my poor English on being Born in the Bronx... ?

We ain't bes shooled the Sames.

Great site so helpful Thank You All!



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Post by loveMy850 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:23 am

Ok Got it!

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Post by loveMy850 » Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:42 pm

Thanks Matt. I really love the forum, There are times I'd had been lost without it. You guys are the best....👍

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Post by matthew1 » Sun Jul 01, 2018 10:30 pm

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Post by Pentacyl » Sun Nov 04, 2018 10:37 am

Thank you, Matt, for an excellent forum. I'm using this as a reply to you PM, asking how I came to find the forum. When I tried to reply, the system pinged it back!

I found the forum when searching for info on Nivomats, their codes and springs. In desparation at the rubbish I was getting locally, I looked further afield and bingo. Long-story-short, I found it all via this forum, in reputedly the largest world Volvo market, the USA - probably due to all those 'Sveedish' viking descendants in Minnesota!

Two Nivos are winging their way across the pond as I write. Bought new from a main dealer at a half-price $217.00USD, each. Shipped, duty paid and delivered, they're still less than half £450.00GBP, each. I'm using matching Bilstein springs, which are quite competively priced here, £21.00GBP, each.

My first posting resulted in a prompt and satisfactory resolution to my rear fog light problem - there were none showing. Please see post for full info - no snaps yet.

So there you have it. Sorry it's a bit rambling, hope I haven't hijacked the thread but it incorporates a reply to your PM.

Hope also that my English passes muster, so to speak, written with a plummy accent, of course!

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