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post #30646 of 41897 Old 08-26-2013, 10:11 PM
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Possibly yeah... LOL IF you wanna do some target practice I'll volunteer myself as the target if you promise not to miss and just put me outta my misery! LOL
That would only work with a few of us. If you gave the same offer to the rest, you would wind up feeling like ****, puking every couple of hours, and limping due to a gun shot wound to the leg.


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My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.


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post #30647 of 41897 Old 08-26-2013, 11:58 PM
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Getting on a plane tomorrow afternoon to be there with her and my dad. No news or change in condition, but I felt better as soon as I booked the flight. She needs to have us near her, and we need it too. I'll keep posting any updates as I hear them. Thanks everyone for the support.

Oh, and Khris...you can pick your caliber. I feel ya, pulling all day and night SUCKS! If its the same ish I had a couple months back, it will be gone tomorrow. Your abs and diaphragm will be sore as hell for a few days, but the puking stops.

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post #30648 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 03:23 AM
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1am, you know... just got out of the shower cause I puked all over myself. Good times!!! At least I caught all of it rather then my bed! kill me!

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post #30649 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 09:49 AM
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dang did you get a bad fish taco or something?

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post #30650 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 09:54 AM
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Not sure, been dieing since sat. Around 2-3am though just after I posted that above I actually noticed a pretty decent improvement. I'm still sticking close to the bathroom or having a plastic bag with me for poltergeist type puking but I was having some full body soreness that was brutal and it stopped almost like a light switch last night which made it so I could actually fall asleep in between sprints to go sit on the floor next to the toilet. LOL Good times, good times... Personally, I think it's a flu thing. No sneezing or coughing or nose issues. Just full blown soreness down to the bone joints to the point that going from the living room to the kitchen at times yesterday felt like a marathon and yeah and a new found intimacy with the porcelain gods. As of right now though, the soreness is still gone so hopefully the rest will improve over the day too.

The bummer part is I've had every single vacation day for the remainder of the year figured out with one remaining floater that I was thinking about using in Oct for a 3 day down to truckhaven with the expo. Well, that floater got sucked up yesterday and well, today is digging into my holidays around xmas with the folks. Oh well, not the end of the world... This is the first time I've used time off for sickness in probably 8 years or so. Hard to complain about that.

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post #30652 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 12:56 PM
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Brakes? Maybe weave the brake lines and that'll do it?

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Brakes? Maybe weave the brake lines and that'll do it?
waiting for the proportioning valve, lol. not like i have the parts sitting there and i'm doing this instead.

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Besides, steering is far more important than brakes. Steering allows you to choose your braking method! Lol

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does that crack go all the way through the steering wheel? I would be more worried about that thing breaking in the middle of no where more than anything.

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does that crack go all the way through the steering wheel? I would be more worried about that thing breaking in the middle of no where more than anything.
the plastic that goes around the metal frame of the steering wheel is cracked. the steering wheel itself is 100% solid.

also, even if a steering wheel cracks, you can still steer. lol.

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post #30658 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 06:44 PM
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Will paracord solve my issues today?

I felt good enough to leave the house and find some food for the first time since Sunday. Picked up subway. By the time I got home, I couldn't eat it... FML!

1:20... damn!!!!


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Will paracord solve my issues today?

I felt good enough to leave the house and find some food for the first time since Sunday. Picked up subway. By the time I got home, I couldn't eat it... FML!

1:20... damn!!!!

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Something tells me that frame, suspension and axle are ****ed.
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post #30660 of 41897 Old 08-27-2013, 07:34 PM
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Did Puck trade his wagoneer for a burban? I think so
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My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.


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