<VV> Quite a shock (humor?)

Louis Armer carmerjr at mindspring.com
Sat Apr 24 01:38:49 EDT 2010

Uh, excuse me but "loose lips sink ships" and my email has gotten so 
distorted that now I am credited for comments about shocks that were 
made in a post from JR replying to Mark Corbin and now the 
SethMeister is perpetuating the scandal on The Corvair Enquirer !!! <GGG>

da Chuckster
Chuck Armer

At 01:13 AM 4/24/2010, you wrote:
>In a message dated 4/23/2010 6:05:44 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
>carmerjr at mindspring.com writes:
>Without  listing a number of them, what are "shocks"?
> >If I use that term -  shocks - which category of "car enthusiasts" am I
>placed  into?
>Well - That would make you an "American/Canadian car enthusiast". The  rest
>of the English speaking world calls them dampeners or dampers. Because that
>  is what they do - the spring "absorbs" the compression and stores it, for
>a  moment. The spring rebounds, and the cycle begins. The "shock" actually
>dampens  the cyclic motion of the spring. Anyway, that's why they are
>properly called  dampers. Of course, if you don't want to be 
>considered a dork
>(here in the  US), you call them shocks. Fer Shur,dude!
>Seth  Emerson
>C's the Day! - Corvair, Camaro,  Corvette


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