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Unread 03-15-2008, 06:38 PM   #5956
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No, I haven't pulled it out yet. I'm actually still debating whether to keep it or not. It was a steal of a deal. Regularly that would have been $485 and I got it for $220. I'm just questioning whether I really need it or not.

We going somewhere tomorrow?
Maybe I'll buy it from you?

what are the spec?



btw, I got that sound bar from Tab today. In good shape but really, really, dirty.

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Unread 03-15-2008, 06:41 PM   #5957
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Is it me or is this thread getting (lets say) a bit slow. I know that we all have our things to do but it just seems like we are all doing it at the same time.

I know that I have been working my butt off this week.

Anyways,
Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya.
Has been a bit of a lull.

I started taking my shocks off the other day for my spring installation, then got sidetracked by having to replace the post holding my gate up. Digging out a 2 foot deep plug of concrete sux.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 06:51 PM   #5958
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Maybe I'll buy it from you?

what are the spec?
Specs:

33 Gallon
1.6HP
150 PSI
Built in regulator
SCFM Delivery At 40 psi: 6.3 SCFM
SCFM Delivery At 90 psi: 4.9 SCFM
Ultra Quiet (claims to be under 78 decibels)

The tool kit:


10 pc. kit includes 3/8 in. ratchet wrench, 1/2 in. impact wrench, air hammer and 3/8 in. 25 ft. air hose - plus accessories.

Ratchet wrench features:

# 160 RPM free speed
# 45 ft./lbs. of torque
# 1-1/8 in. ratchet head lets users get into tight places
# Front end exhaust directs air away from user

Impact wrench features:

# 1300 impacts per minute/7000 RPM free speed
# 230 ft./lbs. torque
# Built-in power regulator
# Pin type clutch and ring type socket

Air hammer features:

# Uses standard .401 shank chisels
# Alloy treated barrel and heat treated piston for smooth, fluid motion, longer life



The toolkit has all kinds of adapters and other stuff with it too.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 06:54 PM   #5959
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let's make a deal

tty tomorrow

cheers

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Specs:

33 Gallon
1.6HP
150 PSI
Built in regulator
SCFM Delivery At 40 psi: 6.3 SCFM
SCFM Delivery At 90 psi: 4.9 SCFM
Ultra Quiet (claims to be under 78 decibels)

The tool kit:


10 pc. kit includes 3/8 in. ratchet wrench, 1/2 in. impact wrench, air hammer and 3/8 in. 25 ft. air hose - plus accessories.

Ratchet wrench features:

# 160 RPM free speed
# 45 ft./lbs. of torque
# 1-1/8 in. ratchet head lets users get into tight places
# Front end exhaust directs air away from user

Impact wrench features:

# 1300 impacts per minute/7000 RPM free speed
# 230 ft./lbs. torque
# Built-in power regulator
# Pin type clutch and ring type socket

Air hammer features:

# Uses standard .401 shank chisels
# Alloy treated barrel and heat treated piston for smooth, fluid motion, longer life



The toolkit has all kinds of adapters and other stuff with it too.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 07:06 PM   #5960
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Is it me or is this thread getting (lets say) a bit slow. I know that we all have our things to do but it just seems like we are all doing it at the same time.

I know that I have been working my butt off this week.

Anyways,
Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya.
Been running around since I got back from Florida. I did get my tires installed yesterday, took 3 hours because they got swamped but they are on there and look good.

Edit: Happy St. Patrick's Day to All!
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Unread 03-15-2008, 07:20 PM   #5961
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if you're interested in selling that compressor jason....let me know. thats if jeff doesnt take it of course
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Unread 03-15-2008, 07:40 PM   #5962
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Steve and I are planning a possible snow run tomorrow. Right now the snow level is supposed to be down to 2500 ft. Raise your hand if you are interested!
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Unread 03-15-2008, 07:51 PM   #5963
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Steve and I are planning a possible snow run tomorrow. Right now the snow level is supposed to be down to 2500 ft. Raise your hand if you are interested!


I will be, if I get my suspension put back together in time

I might need some brake bleeding help.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 09:22 PM   #5964
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I am in,lets go play.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 10:16 PM   #5965
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Ok, got the rear springs and shocks in. Just have to torque everything. Took about 2 hours. The front should go faster, since it will be daylight.

As long as you guys are not going super early, and the weather is cooperative in the morning I should be able to go on a run.

I have some extended brake lines to put in and I might need help with bleeding them. But, I don't have to put them in right away. The original lines reach, but just barely.
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Unread 03-15-2008, 11:08 PM   #5966
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Ok, got the rear springs and shocks in. Just have to torque everything. Took about 2 hours. The front should go faster, since it will be daylight.

As long as you guys are not going super early, and the weather is cooperative in the morning I should be able to go on a run.

I have some extended brake lines to put in and I might need help with bleeding them. But, I don't have to put them in right away. The original lines reach, but just barely.
You know, if you used Air Tools with an Air Compressor it would've gone a lot quicker


EDIT: That was Steve....
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Unread 03-16-2008, 12:18 AM   #5967
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I put new tires on tonight and you wouldn't believe the change! Check it out!



Isn't it crazy how much tires can change the look of your ride??





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Unread 03-16-2008, 12:47 AM   #5968
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I put new tires on tonight and you wouldn't believe the change! Isn't it crazy how much tires can change the look of your ride??
Ummm, yeah, OK... so it went from blue with envy to silver with bling, joy and real round headlights all over a set of tires??


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Fixed it for ya



And on a serious note, sorta, the weather in downtown is cold and dry, drove through a thunderstorm with lightening and all that on the way back from Poway, weather radar shows snow in the mountains.

I'll check in the morning and see how the weather is and go from there, maybe a late breakfast and a run up Palomar if there's snow up there or just go somewhere to check out Jason's aggressive, 31" off-road tread tires...

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Unread 03-16-2008, 01:22 AM   #5969
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Steve and I are planning a possible snow run tomorrow. Right now the snow level is supposed to be down to 2500 ft. Raise your hand if you are interested!
Im in! send me the details
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Unread 03-16-2008, 01:38 AM   #5970
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Are you going to post the real pics??
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