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    The Knowledge Base thread 'Exhaust Piping Sizes' contains a reference to a dead link. I managed to find an archived version of the referenced page, albeit without any article images.

    Thread: http://www.a-body.net/forums/showthr...t-Piping-Sizes

    Archived Article: https://web.archive.org/web/20070107...k_pressure.php

    (The reason I titled this thread so generically is that I may encounter more dead links in the future, and if I can find backups somewhere, I can just post them here. If an admin decides to, they can probably update the link in the post with the archived link. Right now I'm restricting myself to the Knowledge Base, since maintaining user links would probably be seen as a headache for the admins.)
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    Excellent, thank you. If you find more just post them up.
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    Thread: http://www.a-body.net/forums/showthr...lutch-Solenoid
    Location: First line; text reads 'Click Here'
    Archived Link: http://web.archive.org/web/200602212...trans_TCC.html

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    Need to change it.

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    Now they fixed it, I guess. It is a normal thing to happen, I am working for a digital marketing company and I would say that it is normal to face problem with links, especially when you have too much of them and you can post the wrong ones. I remember when I was working on community link building service and it was my first time, it was terrible because I was always making mistakes and doing very bad. Thanks to my company that they were patient and let me do my work until the end, now I am a real professional.
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