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post #871 of 1546 Old 09-09-2013, 07:46 PM
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Nice fit. Don't lock it though, somebody will just tear it up getting into it. Man I love that color contrast between the windshield frame and dash.

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post #872 of 1546 Old 09-10-2013, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Scott we'd get slugged 100s for something like that
How an I ship you one?

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Nice fit. Don't lock it though, somebody will just tear it up getting into it. Man I love that color contrast between the windshield frame and dash.
It gets locked everyday. You're not going to beat it apart. You could certainly steal it though!

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post #873 of 1546 Old 09-10-2013, 07:36 PM
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You're not going to beat it apart. You could certainly steal it though!
You apparently haven't seen a Fireman use a axe and a haligan tool.



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This is a awesome tool, Ive forced quite a few front doors with one.

You should bolt it down, so it isn't a projectile in a accident!

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You apparently haven't seen a Fireman use a axe and a haligan tool.

You'd have to stand on box to reach it!

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post #875 of 1546 Old 09-11-2013, 09:23 PM
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You'd have to stand on box to reach it!
No smarty pants. We have this Ingenious devise called a ladder. :-) hahaha

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post #876 of 1546 Old 09-12-2013, 10:34 AM
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Scott, did ya get put in time out?

One post a day is not normal for you...

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post #877 of 1546 Old 09-12-2013, 12:21 PM
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243 its not time out, its more like time in and and that does not happen very often in fact its a rare as a full moon at 12 noon!
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post #878 of 1546 Old 09-12-2013, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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Scott, did ya get put in time out?

One post a day is not normal for you...
Nah... I just don't have much to talk about. Between two jobs and the family I'm... I'm... well, busy! I have been concentrating on Fallon's XJ. We're at that point where everything you do is MAJOR accomplishment. You remember how you'd lay in bed thinking about finishing something? That's me right now on the XJ! I'm completely stoked about the bastard pack spring lift and relocation brackets. All I can think about is getting them on his XJ and seeing what I end up with. Fixin to go out and weld gussets, then prime/paint. Ironically, there is virtually NO feedback on the Cherokee section of this forum. That's a HUGE disappointment! So I joined another forum! Cherokee Forum. That's where I've been. I will keep posting results over here as well, just in case SOMEONE has a need for my info. But I'm getting critiques "over there", and that's what I need.

I check in over here just to rag you, Bill, George, Matt, Jim, Bill, Chris, MoC... pretty much everybody!

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243 its not time out, its more like time in and and that does not happen very often in fact its a rare as a full moon at 12 noon!
Hey Bub... there's a full moon somewhere at 12:00!

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At the same time, that you can see?
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At the same time, that you can see?
See what? What were we talking about?




I thought you might enjoy this marquis sign. It is outside a local truckstop. They are rebuilding the place from the ground up, and they have a little modular for a store. I pulled in for some red diesel and snapped the pic. This little hick town is moving up!!
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See what? What were we talking about?




I thought you might enjoy this marquis sign. It is outside a local truckstop. They are rebuilding the place from the ground up, and they have a little modular for a store. I pulled in for some red diesel and snapped the pic. This little hick town is moving up!!
So what's reefer going for in your neck of the woods?

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So what's reefer going for in your neck of the woods?
Shoot, Chris... you know country boys don't buy nuthin!




Painting the hood on the Astro van today. Got it in primer. Hope to finish it tomorrow... if it don't rain.

I think the input shaft bearing on the T176 is going out. How hard is that to change?

Lawn mower is broke. Yard looks like a jungle.

Ordered rims for Fallon's Cherokee... Soft 8s. He likes those.

Guess I'm getting ready to pull my Jeep off the road.

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post #883 of 1546 Old 09-21-2013, 05:43 PM
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[QUOTE=lucdog;15895174]You apparently haven't seen a Fireman use a axe and a haligan tool.


my cousin, also a fireman, calls his axe the key to the city!

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We use the halligan to open doors quickly on "ops"... They are truely a key to the city!!!

... I guess I'm gonna have to fix that too…….

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Scott, one word on the mower, GOATS!!!


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