year marks- good thing or not?
well ... i some times sit and think .. most times i gets in trouble fer that
but reading a thread i got to thinking on year marks and
i hate them ....well maybe dont hate'em but dont like em very much
buck 110's due to tight quality controls all look alike for many years now
i mean .. is there any way to tell a 86 from a 2006 with out a year mark?
if i took a pot full of 110s and mixed de darn parts could any one tell other then
darn year marks what part was made when ?
the marks used to mean some kind of change.. steel design ect
now they mean nothing ...
lota newbies seem to have year marks on the mind
seems a year mark if used at all might be only used when some thing new happens
so as to mark the first year of it and any there after no year marks at all
as it wont mater then...
so i was a wandering
if any of you'al out there think like me that we could do wityh out year marks?
or if some of ya are really stuck on haveing year marks!!
tho i dont understand why .. so you might explain your answer if you got time
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