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  • Please Read: For Sale Forum Rules

    Please try to abide by the following rules while posting in the for sale forum:

    1. Any HRJA board registered user (not necessarily HRJA member) is welcome to post for sale just about anything they think would be useful to another board member. The moderators have the right to delete posts at their discrecion if the item seems inappropriate for whatever reason.

    2. Please reply only to posts if you have something constructive to add, this includes (but not limited to); inquiries about location, offers to purchase, notes about PM's or emails in regard to the item for sale, tech questions about the product, tech answers to questions posted about the product.

    3. Please do not reply if all you wish to add is that you think the item is overpriced, junk, inappropriate, or if you just want to make general totally non-related comments... these posts do not need to be 10 pages long and get hijacked with comments about someones uncle's cat.

    4. If you have a similar item to sell.. start another thread. Do not hijack someone else's thread with your items to sell, unless that items is already listed as 100% for sure sold. It is very simple to start your own thread.

    5. Do not post an item that you put on ebay. The only exception is if you have previously posted this item for sale and at least 10 days have passed with no offers from board members.

    Please do not take this rules post as singling anyone out.. it is more just something I have been thinking about to keep things more uniform & in order on this board.. Thanks
    -Mel
    Last edited by JeepCrazy; 03-26-2007, 10:21 AM.
    Originally posted by mxg342
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    3. Please do not reply if all you wish to add is that you think the item is overpriced, junk, inappropriate, or if you just want to make general totally non-related comments... these posts do not need to be 10 pages long and get hijacked with comments about someones uncle's cat.

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