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Unread 05-15-2013, 03:21 PM   #181
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You sure do have a lot of fairies around your place Khris...

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Unread 05-15-2013, 04:00 PM   #182
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Power, if you want, I can just toss them on the sidewalk this next friday or tues night and they'll be gone in the morning for you. I have these magical metal fairy's that come and take anything metal on the sidewalk the night before my trash goes. THey're amazing!!! Last night they took some exhaust tubing and a muffler along with part of a factory ford crossmember, a toyota coilbucket and some ford tie rods! Thursday night is when the tamale fairy comes around and delivers yummy tamales!
That explains where his dog is learning it from.....
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Unread 05-15-2013, 04:31 PM   #183
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Well I don't have an HOA keeping all the good fairys out. I welcome them to my hood. I'm open minded...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gin7s5qMG8

Wait, what are you guys talking about? I'm talking about the mexicans that take my scrap metal and the ones that bring me awesome home made tamales!
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Unread 05-15-2013, 10:11 PM   #184
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Unread 05-16-2013, 10:44 AM   #185
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Unread 05-16-2013, 03:26 PM   #186
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Power, if you want, I can just toss them on the sidewalk this next friday or tues night and they'll be gone in the morning for you. I have these magical metal fairy's that come and take anything metal on the sidewalk the night before my trash goes. THey're amazing!!! Last night they took some exhaust tubing and a muffler along with part of a factory ford crossmember, a toyota coilbucket and some ford tie rods! Thursday night is when the tamale fairy comes around and delivers yummy tamales!
I took a short bed truck load of scrap to the scrapper the other day and walked out with 180 bucks yall need to quit giving away free money lol
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Unread 05-16-2013, 03:49 PM   #187
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I took a short bed truck load of scrap to the scrapper the other day and walked out with 180 bucks yall need to quit giving away free money lol
I'm WAY too lazy and WAY too busy to do that! (how's that for a contradictory statement? LOL) If I was concerned about giving away money I'd have charged Merrick to install his lift, fabbed seat mounts, trailer build coming up, and who knows how many other quick jobs I've knocked out in my garage. I'd also have charged Adam for his fabbed rear cage tube, Marn for various welding on his wagon, Puck for his upcoming bumper project, Steve for his upcoming bumper project, Adam for his upcoming towbar and who knows who else and for what else I've done fabwork wise for others in exchange for $5 worth of sodas. By the way I think every single time I've basically provided the material and consumables being grinding discs, welding wire, gas, wear and tear on my tools, (welder that I'm currently either fixing or replacing) etc for those fab jobs as well included in with that $5's worth of soda. That Kansas kid that I have on ignore is probably just bummed he doesn't live close enough...

I'm also a bit curious what you took in cause $180 doesn't buy very much steel that I use so how the heck are they paying you that much for scrap when new that sure doesn't get me much! I'll have $135 into my rock sliders alone which is 2 pieces of tubing...
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Unread 05-16-2013, 04:36 PM   #188
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I'm WAY too lazy and WAY too busy to do that! (how's that for a contradictory statement? LOL) If I was concerned about giving away money I'd have charged Merrick to install his lift, fabbed seat mounts, trailer build coming up, and who knows how many other quick jobs I've knocked out in my garage. I'd also have charged Adam for his fabbed rear cage tube, Marn for various welding on his wagon, Puck for his upcoming bumper project, Steve for his upcoming bumper project, Adam for his upcoming towbar and who knows who else and for what else I've done fabwork wise for others in exchange for $5 worth of sodas. By the way I think every single time I've basically provided the material and consumables being grinding discs, welding wire, gas, wear and tear on my tools, (welder that I'm currently either fixing or replacing) etc for those fab jobs as well included in with that $5's worth of soda. That Kansas kid that I have on ignore is probably just bummed he doesn't live close enough...

I'm also a bit curious what you took in cause $180 doesn't buy very much steel that I use so how the heck are they paying you that much for scrap when new that sure doesn't get me much! I'll have $135 into my rock sliders alone which is 2 pieces of tubing...
Well a buddy and I cleaned out a few storage units from a company that went out of business we got paid cash 250 each for each day and worked around 4 hours total each day. We tossed 4 units full of crap. We kept all the scrap metal for extra money. We made 80 bucks on about 20 feet of scrap copper pipe and brass fittings. The rest was steel and stainless
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Unread 05-17-2013, 07:01 PM   #189
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Here you go Grand ZJ, right thread???

Garza, ignore the text I sent you, I'm gonna try to do it myself!!!!

'89 toyota pickup, 2wd, caged front to back, long travel front, linked rear, clean paint (in about 3-4 weeks), a lot of fun, 3.4L V6, 5speed manual. For sale in about 3-4 weeks. $17K OBO. Light rack, not included... Test rides/drives for serious buyers only.





Yes, I'm serious... If anyone knows someone that's seriously interested... I'm gonna clean it up, fresh paint on the whole rear half, tossing a paint on the body as is with no body work, will look good from 10'. Gonna pull the suspension, do a full fresh prep on it. I'll be 100% forth coming with everything I know about it to any potential buyers any of you would know. I'm not looking to screw anyone over. Price will be OBO and you can probably figure out the selling number I want...
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Unread 05-17-2013, 07:06 PM   #190
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Unread 05-17-2013, 07:12 PM   #191
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Yup... I'm feeling very comfy right now selling it. The scary part will be if I pull the trigger after I sold it on something even more hair brained or if I just cruise around town with big penis feeling sized savings account. The hair brained idea IMO will be work which I'm not afraid of. I figure WORSE case I throw away a lot of work but in the long run don't loose a dime, or I end up with something that would be pretty jaw dropping, or I sell this next idea and actually profit for a larger penis size savings account to show for. LOL

Eitherway, when I get back in town after seattle I'm going to finish up a couple open ended items on the expo really quick and then I'm shifting gears to do a full prep and make the yota look sexy for the first time in it's life so that I can sell it. YIKES!!!!
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Unread 05-17-2013, 07:22 PM   #192
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Hummm I just drive around broke and a big penis
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Unread 05-17-2013, 08:24 PM   #193
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Put it this way, the race truck I just built recently will do 65-70 thru some really popular whoops out at Jean. The hair brained idea will do 95-100 and will cost less then the race truck I just built all said and done and when done, likely would be valued at roughly twice what the race truck is... Selling mine isn't that hard of a choice, it's been on my mind for a long time and now that I've built the race truck, I actually really don't enjoy driving mine anymore. If I don't really like it, why keep it? The hardest part of the decision is do I enjoy the cash, invest, do something, or do I take the plunge to the next level of truck...

Not this exact truck but something VERY along the lines of it, but actually better built is what I'm scheming. Something built at a quality of fab work that is light years beyond my capability. Hell, the aluminum and tin work alone on what I'm scheming is worth what I'd be selling the toyota for.

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Unread 05-17-2013, 08:28 PM   #194
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I knew it! I figured it was going to be V8 powered....
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Unread 05-17-2013, 08:36 PM   #195
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Hey, I've never owned one... I'd be 100% shocked if I pull the trigger on this whole thing and it all came thru. Do a google images search for "armada engineering". The chassis and the tin work of the truck I'm considering is 100% built by them. Drive train wise, the 35 spline axles in the back will for sure be the weak link. 0 miles LQ9, 0 miles culhane built TH400. Beams, links, etc... Needs wires, coolers plumbed and shocks and right now as it sits, not much more then what I'm asking for my truck. And shocks, would have a lead on all 8 needed for absolutely dirt dirt dirt dirt cheap! And they aren't run of the mill shocks, all custom hand made shocks that make the ones on the race truck look tiny if you can believe that! LOL

Anyways, I'm done cluttering up this thread. Buy my truck or find me a buyer so I can really go nuts pulling my hair out on if I should spend BIG money on a project and be a baller like the owner of the race truck. LOL
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