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 on: January 04, 2021, 02:35:34 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Now to get back to the heater core on my 99 that has had to sit apart since Thanksgiving on account of me getting sick.
I got the heater box back in and my son came by yesterday to help get the dash back into place, I have 2 wiring plugs that I cannot remember where I popped them loose from, figured out 1 today gotta figure out the other one before I can button up the dash pad and such. The rest can go back together once I can flip the top of the dash back up against the bottom of the windshield.  

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 on: January 02, 2021, 06:31:25 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
Sorry to hear that bud.  You probably had covid.  My nephew tested negative twice until he got admitted to the hospital, then he tested positive for antibodies.  I'm glad you're doing better.  If you need help with the tree let me know.

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 on: January 02, 2021, 05:13:24 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
after finally having just got repairs done from this 3 weeks ago yesterday in the freezing rain I had another one come down in almost teh same spot. 3 week old gutter damaged again, not as bad as the 1st time but damaged nonetheless.
Heard teh crash as I was home this time, went outside and looked, couldnt see much in the dark, tried to move the limb off the house and couldnt get a grip because of the ice coating..... today's project, as if I really need any more of them.
I have been "down" all of December with some bug, I did test neg for covid, my guess is walking pneumonia. I went to Doc a couple weeks ago, got a zip pack of antibiotic, 3 days into that I started feeling alot better/ but whatever this is just lingers and just won't quite leave me. Im about 90-95% better have been at that point now for most of 2 weeks......

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 on: December 26, 2020, 11:29:15 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
ended up making what I needed.,..,... 1/4" steel dowel rod 4" long, a piece of 1/8X1/2 wide steel bar stock 1-1/2" long and the shank of a nail. welded it together and filed down what needed to be, spun the 1/4" rod in a drill press to do that/ and put  it into the vise to hand file down the flats for the actuator arm that snaps onto this hinge pin.

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 on: December 15, 2020, 02:00:35 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
yeah that's next step.... tested neg for covid, but I have been down with something myself......DR ("P.A.") thinks a bad upper respiratory infection, have had those before, have never been like this... I'm thinking more like walking pneumonia.

just worked my 1st day this month today and was totally exhausted/wiped out by 9:30 this morning.......

on the truck I got a 1/4" metal dowel rod and 1/8"X1/2" wide piece of flat stock, gonna combine the 2 and make something I guess..... aggravating for such a small part that I have to resort to that. truck has been apart since Turkey day partly because of what's broke and partly from me being under the weather......

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 on: December 12, 2020, 08:15:32 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
I don't have any.  Is there a hardware store or hobby shop that has thin brass or steel dowels that you can make work?

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 on: December 11, 2020, 04:05:57 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Nobody?
Was hoping SOMEONE would say something here, it's been a while since my post but I have been well under the weather for a couple of weeks now (not covid, I went and got tested) but worse than what my wife and son went thru and they both had it and are back to work. I'm not.
Nevermind the side story, but I had hoped that maybe my being down might buy me some time/response.
C'mon I have to get this thing back together, help!

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 on: December 08, 2020, 08:14:05 AM 
Started by RockAuto - Last post by RockAuto
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 on: December 05, 2020, 05:53:29 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
Finally about done with this mess, 4 months into it.
I had asked for a couple of small extras, 1 of which seemed to go alright except for the charge. Never had to pay for jambs to be wrapped before, not sure what a good deal would be. Separate from the roof and gutters damage to have recently put in new garage doors including new wood jambs. I had bought the trim coil myself, as long as they had a sheet metal brake on site I had them wrap the jambs. Besides some argument about how far to carry the wrap, they charged mean extra $250 to do that.
And I asked for some snow guard over the doors, and when we talked about this the guy doing the job was kinda insistent on only 3 pieces, I was asking about how that would look and work, (remember that I have a metal roof) and he is insisting that I was the one who only wanted 3 pieces .
These idiots are definitely into doing the bare minimum vs what the customer wants/thinks is being paid for.
I should have done it myself as I originally wanted to, I would have gotten everything I bargained for and saved some money.

Sorry Bro,  the world is full of assholes.

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 on: December 04, 2020, 08:34:04 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Anyone have any spares laying around? I need the pin that the blend door pivots on and is the "opener/closer" for the blend door, attaches to the arm from the vac diaphragm, don't feel like pulling a whole heater box from a junkyard just to get that out

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