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Yesterday 10:19 AM
bruinjeeper
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Originally Posted by shaggyjim View Post
Don’t you reload bruin? Form me it would be reloading supplies and 1/2” sockets.
I guess I could probably turn my locker storage unit into an ammo re-loading work station. . . But, here in Canada I might be put on a list.

Law abiding, tax paying, hard working, loyal, overskilled, efficient, ethical gun nut
Yesterday 10:18 AM
bruinjeeper
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post

It's not laziness. It's by design. "How can the world best accommodate me?"
Is our national mantra and it's tearing the country apart. Every problem we've got is because of either 1) The guilt associated with prosperity or 2) complete narcissism.
Poor 'Murica... poor, poor 'Murica.

You dont know how far back you've fought against it and the infectious Metropolis mentality which spreads faster than a wildfire in Kelowna, BC.

Canada is well passed that. Its sad. I wrote a pretty long rant in this message but decided it was best to erase it.

Suffice it to say that you should still be grateful. You do NOT have any idea of how bad it can get. You have a VERY important roadblock in place right now... I hope you're wise enough to see through the cracks, align yourselves accordingly and keep it in place.
Yesterday 10:04 AM
shaggyjim Don’t you reload bruin? Form me it would be reloading supplies and 1/2” sockets.
Yesterday 09:40 AM
bruinjeeper
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Originally Posted by Luuca View Post
Free drill bit sharpening and ammo re-loading would do it for me.
01-19-2020 04:32 AM
Chrisnvegas
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Originally Posted by Boojo35 View Post
'Merica is a great nation. 'Merica is threatened by other stuff in the world that many folks are into denial or self absorption and do not recognize. Sadly to say, 'Merica is a tough place to come back home to and get a fair chance to settle back into. Too much of 'Merica is getting lazy and stupid IMO.
It's not laziness. It's by design. "How can the world best accommodate me?"
Is our national mantra and it's tearing the country apart. Every problem we've got is because of either 1) The guilt associated with prosperity or 2) complete narcissism.



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Add a 12mm deep socket and I'm there...
01-15-2020 09:02 PM
Boojo35
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Originally Posted by Luuca View Post
including her Daddy? A crank sensor swap? JS.
01-15-2020 08:38 PM
Awesome Ahahahahahahaha
01-15-2020 05:54 PM
Luuca
01-14-2020 09:19 AM
bruinjeeper
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I almost ordered one of those when I was in school, but the teachers wouldn't let me use it because I couldn't wear safety glasses at the same time.

You might want to get a pancake hood if you find yourself in tight spots like that a lot.
For the real high mountains that need attention to the structural integrity of ski lifts in BC, i see teams of guys from time to time skiing down the hill with that get up. I always wondered what the hell those psychos were doing all dressed up in that thing in teams 3 or 4 with huge heavy back packs . . . now it makes sense. Probably had to do some welding on the towers.

I always thought they were just sophisticated Scandinavian terrorists up to no good.
01-14-2020 08:12 AM
NHfireLJ
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Had some tight area welding and ditched the welding hood for goggles..... Ended up w a nice facial sun /UV burn... DOH


I almost ordered one of those when I was in school, but the teachers wouldn't let me use it because I couldn't wear safety glasses at the same time.

You might want to get a pancake hood if you find yourself in tight spots like that a lot. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/JeepForum_2016/smilies/tango_face_wink.png[/IMG]
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01-13-2020 06:05 PM
Awesome
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Originally Posted by NHfireLJ View Post
Had some tight area welding and ditched the welding hood for goggles..... Ended up w a nice facial sun /UV burn... DOH


I almost ordered one of those when I was in school, but the teachers wouldn't let me use it because I couldn't wear safety glasses at the same time.

You might want to get a pancake hood if you find yourself in tight spots like that a lot.
01-13-2020 04:10 PM
NHfireLJ Was using a spud bar to line up the RA mounting bolts laying under the heep and slipped.... punched myself in the lip with fat end , split the lip and chipped a tooth. DOH...
01-12-2020 05:16 PM
fishadventure Just read Quadratec’s email ad re: their top 20 most popular items.

10% of these items were anything I would remotely look for: ball joints, and a winch. I’m surprised at some of the other items actually.
01-12-2020 03:36 PM
NHfireLJ Had some tight area welding and ditched the welding hood for goggles..... Ended up w a nice facial sun /UV burn... DOH
01-12-2020 03:19 PM
fishadventure
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...The original Jeep 4.0L inline-six was hewn from a solid block of granite by lightning bolts. Its cylinders were bored by the Imperial Winds and its rotating assembly was balanced by the Scales of Justice. The Ancient Egyptians used Jeep....fuel injection system has been traced to the archives of Leonardo DaVinci, and early manuscripts of Shakespeare plays have been used as head gaskets..,.
et al
only some of that is true
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