Edit: looks like he has the watch in his possession so I will remove this post. However, I do still believe he is listing the watch for sale before even having it. He has neglected time stamps on three of his previous sales posts. Just search his name on WatchRecon to find all the deleted posts.
Original post: Warning everyone that this user is selling watches that aren’t even in his posesssion. Blatantly using other sellers photos (which I have taken screenshots of) before he even has the watch in his possession. What he’s doing is listing them before he has them aka drop shipping.
Here’s an example where he blatantly ripped sellers photos from eBay, claims “COSC”, and has no time stamp so mods removed it (which I reported on):
This watch was PURCHASED: May 27th. He’s not even using his own photos and there is no time stamp (presently). This is down right wrong and needs to be banned.
Was in communication with this user on my Visitor Watch Co. Linden recently listed, when they just stopped responding. Had agreed upon a price and was working out details of payment, then no response. Gave a warning message that they had until today (roughly 20 hrs) for a response, or I would reopen the watch for sale. Checked their profile, and they posted to other subs during this time period. Hopefully I haven't missed a potential sale of this watch with someone else because of this. Was disappointed because they have previous good feedback.
*Edit: After many of these comments and his "apology" on this post, he messaged me this:
"Thanks to the cool review guy. Big deal I'm busy and didn't get back to you. So sell to someone else. People message me all day about watches and then disappear. It's a fucking reddit forum. I never scammed anyone and I have nothing but perfect feedback as a seller and your stupid post on the feedback forum started a shitstorm just because I didn't get back to you"*
Ok, so I know this is relevant to those that play manual. But still, don't you feel that gearshifts in manual transmission mode are very, very sluggish? It's almost like I need to await the car's approval on every shift (downshifts especially). This is killing my scores in drifts, and taking my speed down in sprints and other events when I need to turn round tight bends. The shifting should be fast and happen every time I tap the button like in Forza. Right now all it does is not shift quickly enough, which means my car is starved of power midway through a bend, which means I end the drift prematurely (either crashing or straightening up). Does anyone know of a mod or a solution to this?
Hey everyone. I've been driving a 5 spd for about 2 months. Still not great at it. I've noticed though that the gearshift seems to be a little rough lately. Like, I can feel a lot of friction in the shifter and it takes quite a bit of force to get it to "click" into gear sometimes. More than usual it seems.
Common sense says change the tranny fluid but I thought I'd get a more experienced opinion before I go undoing bolts. Thanks in advance!
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