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post #32641 of 41840 Old 11-12-2013, 12:35 PM
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I was looking for who needs them, I found a box of 30/30 while cleaning the gun cabinet and I don't have anything that shoots them.

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post #32642 of 41840 Old 11-12-2013, 01:40 PM
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If bonez doesn't want em, I do. I've got an old Winchester lever action!

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Khris how is the plasti dip holding up on your toyota?
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I was looking for who needs them, I found a box of 30/30 while cleaning the gun cabinet and I don't have anything that shoots them.
That was me, I replied to your PM. Thanks man!
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post #32646 of 41840 Old 11-12-2013, 07:50 PM
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Khris how is the plasti dip holding up on your toyota?
No complaints overall... You should swing by and check it out in person. In general it does stain a little bit if you don't keep it clean. Like hitting drainage ditches that have standing water, I've got a couple spots I haven't got off and it stained a little bit. I've read that simple green or some other stuff will likely clean it up though, I just haven't tried. Only other spot of any concern is on the door jam where you occasionally drag your feet getting in and out. It's peeling just a tiny bit in that area. I could probably very easily though just take a blade and cut it, peel that area and just respray with spray can...

Actually... I just went out and looked. The leading edge of my rear fenders get HAMMERED with rocks coming off the front tires. So much that the fiberglass is actually worn thin enough that you can see light thru it from years of getting blasted. I did that run from Henderson to Searchlight Sunday and I know I blasted the crap out of it a few times with pea gravel in washes and turns. It did take a bit of damage but when I have some time I'll try to repair it and see how that goes. I've heard you can use acetone and it'll kinda reliquify it enough to smear it around a bit, smooth it out and then you can just shoot a layer or two of fresh over it and blend it. I may try that sometime in the next few weeks. That's the nice thing, the truck makes a nice test platform...

Depending how things go I may be dipping a jeep top this weekend if you wanted to check it out but I sent you a PM with some other info/details as well...

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post #32648 of 41840 Old 11-13-2013, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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post #32650 of 41840 Old 11-14-2013, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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If one were experiencing drive train vibrations, most likely linked to a silly drive line angle, where would you all suggest one take it to have it looked at, to see if something as simple as pinion angle adjustment, driveshaft balancing, driveshaft length, etc, could be adjusted to rid the ride of vibes?

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If one were experiencing drive train vibrations, most likely linked to a silly drive line angle, where would you all suggest one take it to have it looked at, to see if something as simple as pinion angle adjustment, driveshaft balancing, driveshaft length, etc, could be adjusted to rid the ride of vibes?
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post #32652 of 41840 Old 11-14-2013, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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trying to make the wagoneer drive better, I'm just not happy with the somewhat minor vibes. If something simple cant do it, I'll likely get custom 6 lug axle shafts for my 5 lug axle and regear it. That'll cost like $700 total, but oh well, it will put everything back in line how it was from the factory.

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Adam's or Dan's Driveline. I've heard Dan's is "typically" cheaper...

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post #32654 of 41840 Old 11-14-2013, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Aite. Probably wouldnt hurt to get a 2nd opinion before pulling the trigger anyway. I'll get that setup in the coming weeks. Before that though I need to get my muffler situation sorted out.

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post #32655 of 41840 Old 11-14-2013, 03:31 PM
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Use Puck's muffler solution and just cut it off
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