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    Thanks for the accolades!
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    SaintySins- Good Heavens, you`re still around here :wavey Hope all is well with you.

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    Yeah - still kickin` around. Hope you`re keeping everyone on track Accumulator!

    As much as I like the site and the people on it, life`s little details had a turn for me. That with other ambitions, have taken so much of my time.



    I miss your precise "attention to details" and no bulls4*t approach to doing things right.



    You`ll see me on occasion.



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    The merits of PLD as opposed to separate logic chips will depend on whether you are in a development or a production environment. The pros and cons for a development environment are summarised below.



    Advantages of PLD: once programmed, you have a compact, low-power solution that is close to what you will eventually use in production.

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    All right, I`ve looked through this whole thread--all pages--and looked through the first few dozen definitions on AcronymFinder.com, but still can`t find what "ETR" means.



    As in: "...many vehicle manufacturers either require or recommend the ETR for warranty repairs...." (from `Black Plastic Trim Question` - 07/09/11)

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    rmwpg- Welcome to Autopia!



    The "ETR" stands for Exterior Trim Restorer, as in ValuGard`s Exterior Trim Restoration Kit (currently on version 3, so it`s "ETRIII"). Link: Valugard - E.T.R Kit III



    And FWIW, the stuff really does work great.

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    Nice list! It`s becoming like Frankenstein`s monster.




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    Nice list! It`s becoming like Frankenstein`s monster.

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    Re: Acronym Decoder - UPDATED 12/02/10

    I`m new to list, so what is FF1000P? Thx in advance

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    Re: Acronym Decoder - UPDATED 12/02/10

    Mtn, welcome aboard!

    The correct abbreviation would be FK 1000p which, in the human language, yields Finish Kare 1000p (paste version).
    Cars: bringing people together

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    Re: Acronym Decoder - UPDATED 12/02/10

    Missing; M101/M105/M205

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    Re: Acronym Decoder - UPDATED 12/02/10

    The last entry in this post is from June 04, 2015. Does anybody want to revise or add to this list???
    There have been a plethora of new car-care chemical companies and chemical lines to existing companies since the inception of this list on 2010

    PA~ Polish Angel
    PBL~ Pinnacle Black Label (not Pabst Blue Ribbon beer!)
    MMBR~ Meguiar`s Mirror Bright Retro
    TRC~ The Rag Company (for microfiber cloths & towels)
    SS~ Supply Shine
    AmGl- Americana Global (Barry Theal`s company)

    There`s probably (a lot) that others can think of if you want to add to this list. Granted, "updating" this list is more work than I care to take on and I think (know) the administrators have better things to do within this forum as well.
    GB detailer

 

 
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