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post #5941 of 8099 Old 01-07-2014, 06:52 AM Thread Starter
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I'm dreading the cold..... Ugh. I have to paint on the rig, so I'm hoping I can heat up the garage. Jeep part looks good .
It's 4 outside Muppet Labs right now, and 4 is too cold for pretty much anything except splitting more firewood...but yeah, that's a good-looking intake. I may have to keep it.

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It was -35 in my part of Canada-land today, -31 farenheit, my jeeping was limited.
I don't even want to think about -35. That's full-retard cold.

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Now that I've moved to the North Coast I'm seriously reconsidering. We managed 0 today at lunch with a -25 windchill. Forecast -40s tonight...

Great intake pic though!
If I move anywhere, it's going to be to someplace warmer than here if only for the fact that women's clothing tends to be skimpier in hot weather. I can snap good intake pictures all year long, that way.


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If I move anywhere, it's going to be to someplace warmer than here if only for the fact that women's clothing tends to be skimpier in hot weather. I can snap good intake pictures all year long, that way.
I'll allow it

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There's a pic to warm and jeepers heart. And I will speak for all of us and say "Here, Here" to posting pics of skimpier clothing.
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I'll allow it
I'm glad you're on board with it.
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There's a pic to warm and jeepers heart. And I will speak for all of us and say "Here, Here" to posting pics of skimpier clothing.
That's one of the many reasons that cold weather absolutely sucks...but I will say this: having a top on Greta makes the frigid conditions infinitely more tolerable.

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I'm glad you're on board with it.

That's one of the many reasons that cold weather absolutely sucks...but I will say this: having a top on Greta makes the frigid conditions infinitely more tolerable.


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What can I say. It makes me smile.
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What can I say. It makes me smile.
Now that is an awesome picture. Well done, sir.

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It took me the better part of a few hours... but I got through all 397 pages. Awesome build!

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It was nice today , how did the pressure test go ?

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Checking the mailbox daily for my pre-killed simian sticker.
That hasn't showed up, yet? Hmm...time to do some checking...

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It took me the better part of a few hours... but I got through all 397 pages. Awesome build!
I'm glad you're liking it! Are we really up to 397 pages, now? I need to get my a** in order and post some decent content before the lynch mob shows up...

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It was nice today , how did the pressure test go ?
I've been sick all weekend...some kind of respiratory contagion caught up with me; that's TWICE this season that I've come down with a cold, which is exactly two times too many. It's not really helping me get any sort of Jeeping done...but if I can get myself back together and work another solid week or two, I'll be able to get that AntiRock that I've been wanting...and hopefully I can get the pressure test done in short order. I'm also hoping to pick up those replacement inner C's and get some axle work done, too, but that's not a top priority.

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Just finished reading through this entire thing. Wow. A lot of good input and a lot of good folks throwing out useful information.

Will continue to keep up and hope we can wheel at some point. I am 30 minutes from Uwharrie and always looking for other trips as well.

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Just finished reading through this entire thing. Wow. A lot of good input and a lot of good folks throwing out useful information.

Will continue to keep up and hope we can wheel at some point. I am 30 minutes from Uwharrie and always looking for other trips as well.

John
It's good to have you with us, John; shoot me a PM and we'll catch up and plan some spring wheeling. It's fun trying to keep up with Jankoid. Seriously, it is. I wouldn't lie to you about this.

Oh, and the reason nobody got the latest batch of simian stickers is this: they were not yet mailed, for inexplicable reasons. That oversight has been rectified, and the responsible parties have been sacked.

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I've been sick all weekend...some kind of respiratory contagion caught up with me; that's TWICE this season that I've come down with a cold, which is exactly two times too many. It's not really helping me get any sort of Jeeping done...but if I can get myself back together and work another solid week or two, I'll be able to get that AntiRock that I've been wanting...and hopefully I can get the pressure test done in short order. I'm also hoping to pick up those replacement inner C's and get some axle work done, too, but that's not a top priority.
Hook the pressure tester up to one nostril , it will clean you out


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Oh, and the reason nobody got the latest batch of simian stickers is this: they were not yet mailed, for inexplicable reasons. That oversight has been rectified, and the responsible parties have been sacked.
Monkey stickers ? I am semi sorta local and have yet to see one , your shipping department needs an overhaul .

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Hook the pressure tester up to one nostril , it will clean you out

Monkey stickers ? I am semi sorta local and have yet to see one , your shipping department needs an overhaul .
My monkey sticker has kept me smiling but I'm tired of Tx. This state is too f@&$ing big!
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