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SilverBack
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I can supply a cracked version of this $500 software, Automotive Expert via torrent. If anyone's interested, let me know an I'll up it to a free tracker.

Automotive Expert is today's answer
for simple shop management. This
unique software tool learns from
you as you use it. This makes it
possible to create your own custom
pricing system for your shop
All Cars - All Years - Any Make
Automotive Expert includes a complete
Real-Time Labor Guide , covering from
1968-2009. Coverage includes, Foreign
Cars and Light Trucks, Domestic Cars
and Light Trucks, as well as Medium
and Heavy Duty Truck coverage. This
software allows you to create your own
custom vehicles as well.


Description

Price
Automotive Expert® Shop Management Software - Includes a Real-Time Labor Guide®
Includes the Real-Time Labor Guide® plus customer records, retrieve an existing estimate and add to it, reprint an old invoice, smart parts database that remembers what you put into it, suggested parts list, miscellaneous charges, shop time, and more advanced features to make your job at the front counter a lot easier.​

(for Win98 and higher)
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$495​

 

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SilverBack
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may want to be careful about what you post on the public forums... would hate for you to get caught!

Thanks for looking out for me.

I'm not worried, there are entire "public" forums dedicated to cracked software, but you can never be too careful. From now on I'll post this type of stuff in The Pit Stop.

Those who PM'd me, I'll get at you as soon I get home.
 

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SilverBack
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Does this have any repair procedures or just the estimated labor time?
I believe it's simply a shop management tool. Working on getting latest version of Autodata. But it may take some time.

Autodata's core business is the research, compilation and creation of technical information for use in independent automotive workshops for the repair and service of cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles. Although most of these workshops are non-franchised, ranging from small garages to large groups, fast-fits and a variety of specialists, a growing number of franchised workshops also need information on vehicles of other manufacturers.

Autodata covers a number of subjects including:

* Technical data.
* vehicle identification.
* service adjustments.
* lubricants and capacities.
* ignition system.
* fuel system.
* tightening torques.
* brake discs and brake drums.
* repair times.
* wheel alignment.
* timing belts.
* timing chains and gears.
* tyre sizes and pressures.
* service illustrations.
* service schedules.
* service interval indicators.
* key programming.
* diagnostic trouble codes.
* engine management systems.
* pin data. trouble shooter.
* airbags/SRS. air conditioning.
* ABS. electrical component locations and wiring diagrams.
 

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Use caution, even in PM - I just got a lovely email from Cox Communications 3 days ago regarding my 20 y/o son & his recent downloading activity via BitTorrent. What they are watching is the bandwidth that gets used when downloading. If it goes beyond a point they have set, then they will scrutinize their monitors on their system to see if involves copyright infringement.

Guess that's one more I have to block from him....
 

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Use caution, even in PM - I just got a lovely email from Cox Communications 3 days ago regarding my 20 y/o son & his recent downloading activity via BitTorrent. What they are watching is the bandwidth that gets used when downloading. If it goes beyond a point they have set, then they will scrutinize their monitors on their system to see if involves copyright infringement.

Guess that's one more I have to block from him....
Just put a limit on your upload/download rates so you don't trip any flags. Your torrent client will have configuration options for that.
 

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Discussion Starter · #10 · (Edited)
Use caution, even in PM - I just got a lovely email from Cox Communications 3 days ago regarding my 20 y/o son & his recent downloading activity via BitTorrent. What they are watching is the bandwidth that gets used when downloading. If it goes beyond a point they have set, then they will scrutinize their monitors on their system to see if involves copyright infringement.

Guess that's one more I have to block from him....

He must be doing some MAJOR downloading, like full length Feature Film PRON downloading to set off those alarms. My torrent client is running 24/7 and I have had any issues (knock on wood).
 

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Im sure they have a list of sites flagged meaning if you go to them and depending what you do once there you're put in a certain category which will land you a phone call if not a knock on your door depending what is being downloaded :)
 

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Im sure they have a list of sites flagged meaning if you go to them and depending what you do once there you're put in a certain category which will land you a phone call if not a knock on your door depending what is being downloaded :)
It's all about bandwidth....use too much and either get a letter, or even have your IP cut you off and tell you they no longer want your business.
 
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