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GLet71
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site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by GLet71 » Wed May 30, 2012 1:44 pm

Here's a cool little tip if you didn't already know. If you type in site:www.tercel4wd.com plus whatever you are researching into the google search bar, google will produce results specific to this site.

For example, go to the google home page and type:

site:www.tercel4wd.com weber upgrade

Google produced 150 results specific to our forum, pretty cool, eh?!

Now for my guilt ridden confession as to how I learned this tidbit. Well, I joined an Econoline forum recently, and to be honest, I kind of feel like I'm cheating on my girlfriend! I hope you all can forgive me, and just say it's okay to post Econoline questions in the 'off topic' section, because I can't live with myself feeling this way, haha! :lol:
'87 6spd SR5 4WD modified Wagon (Ron, the post-apocalyptic summer ride)
'87 6spd dlx 4wd Wagon (Pinkman Got Nuthin', aka Pinky)
'87 Auto dlx 4WD Wagon (Otto, temporary parts car)
'88 6spd SR5 4WD Wagon (Perry, the parts car)

North of 64
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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by North of 64 » Wed May 30, 2012 1:53 pm

must be Catholic!

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GLet71
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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by GLet71 » Wed May 30, 2012 1:56 pm

North of 64 wrote:must be Catholic!
Recovering Catholic :roll:
'87 6spd SR5 4WD modified Wagon (Ron, the post-apocalyptic summer ride)
'87 6spd dlx 4wd Wagon (Pinkman Got Nuthin', aka Pinky)
'87 Auto dlx 4WD Wagon (Otto, temporary parts car)
'88 6spd SR5 4WD Wagon (Perry, the parts car)

North of 64
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My tercel:: "Bones" & "The Gray" both 87 SR5 4WD
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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by North of 64 » Wed May 30, 2012 2:02 pm

just trying out your search tip now Mr. R.C.

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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by marlinh » Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:20 am

Hilarious, Glad you could share some insight GLet! How's Ron working out?

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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by dlb » Wed Jul 04, 2012 11:30 am

i used this technique a few weeks ago and it's great because the forum search engine doesn't recognize some words or common abbreviations (CV, MR2, etc) but google does.

i guess i need to change my avatar.

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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by GLet71 » Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:26 pm

Oh Marlinh, wait'll you see!
'87 6spd SR5 4WD modified Wagon (Ron, the post-apocalyptic summer ride)
'87 6spd dlx 4wd Wagon (Pinkman Got Nuthin', aka Pinky)
'87 Auto dlx 4WD Wagon (Otto, temporary parts car)
'88 6spd SR5 4WD Wagon (Perry, the parts car)

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Re: site:www.tercel4wd.com

Post by TEDWILKIE » Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:22 pm

Must be from Dauphin!

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