fs fuel tube with original vented cap not lockable

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SOLD

parts rechromed in pristine condition,
cap shiny chrome nickel flashed
hose matt chrome
new rubber seal in viton
 
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My spleen offers the following decoder ring:

su - "shut up" - used whenever DQ disagrees with a previous post

db - "don't bother" - Ditto

not sure what ei means.
 

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Jesus, beautiful parts as always!

But what does su ei db mean?
thank you for contacting me
sorry to bother you and mr. @Arde
they really could mean what you like, arde is always giving good ideas, but i just dislike the usual “up” as it might be a bit pretentious, those letters are humble and could virtually mean anything
a hug
 

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deQ is a very clever man and I suspect he enjoys puzzles. Why not?

Don't forget, trading in auto parts is now, err, complicated, in Spain.

It's 80 EU???
 

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Very clever. It forced me to explore Spanish phonology. Most speakers in Spain (except for Western Andalusia and all Canary Islands), have both /θ/ and /s/ (distinción). Therefore I conclude "su" phonetically means "sank iu" which in English would be spelled as "Thank You".

Still working on the other two.
 
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