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 on: September 21, 2020, 10:52:35 AM 
Started by RockAuto - Last post by RockAuto
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 on: August 29, 2020, 04:43:43 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
   I was bringing my "work" one home but every time I bring tools home (even if I have not needed them at work for a while), it never fails the next day I need what I brought home yesterday.... and stuff I take to work, that usually stays home is same story at home..... part of me dont mind buying 2 of most things, but sometimes that gets to be a hassle, too.....

I hear that, I did it all the time.  A phone company tool I'd use once every 6 months i'd bring home to use 2 days and the next day I would need it at work.  Happened every time.

As of 4 weeks ago I have a new job in the phone company that has nothing to do with phone/internet work but I have a completely different set of tooling in this new job.  I could of used that new Irwin 150 piece tap and die set on my new work truck today.

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 on: August 28, 2020, 05:25:26 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
well those clowns that wanted to buy my truck "so bad" have not been seen since.... that happened to have been my B-day, the day they came by and made PITA's of themselves... I have had it mostly in the garage since, out of sight and mind...
I have been playing with porting an extra head that I have sitting here..... bought a new die grinder from the snap on truck for home  largely because of this. also bought several new carbide burrs (no those didnt come from Snap on)
got some reg length and some 6" long/ even with 2 air die grinders here, the playing of "musical carbide burrs" in and out of both tools is a pain.... I have bene using the 6" in the new die grinder (regular size) and the regular sized burrs in the "long bodied" older die grinder I have here.....   I was bringing my "work" one home but every time I bring tools home (even if I have not needed them at work for a while), it never fails the next day I need what I brought home yesterday.... and stuff I take to work, that usually stays home is same story at home..... part of me dont mind buying 2 of most things, but sometimes that gets to be a hassle, too.....

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 on: August 14, 2020, 08:14:36 AM 
Started by magnumman - Last post by donram360
That was just for that truck alone, I had 3 on my policy at the time.

Kid is now married, his wife brought a trailblazer into the family, which they recently sold and put the money from that towards a Yukon. I'm afraid she's trying to corrupt my kid with these chevys. I'm just so glad that she isn't stooping so low as to want a honduh or toyota or kia, hyundai or some other sorry excuse for transportation

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 on: August 13, 2020, 04:33:58 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
If you ever need an extra generator, let me know.  If i'm not using it your welcome to it.

I have some roof/siding damage from the extreme winds and hail.  1/3rd of my ridge vent separated from the roof, I have water spots on my ceilings in my dining room and master bath.  I have a couple sections of siding that are broken from debris and some other sections that slid or shifted and some siding bow'd.




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 on: August 12, 2020, 09:51:38 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Finally got out camping for the 1st time this year over last weekend, it was great. Came back to work 1 day and been off the last 2. Ran into a bad storm on way home from work Monday and came home to no power and a huge limb on my roof. Took from 6:30 pm Monday til just before noon today to get the huge limb down off the roof. 2nd day off waiting for tree guy. He got that one down and the one that broke off and was still hanging from other branches below. He was here less than 1/2 hour, had a bobcat with a grapple bucket. Gutter on that side is trashed, and the whole west side of my roof is all sorts of dented up (metal roof) I probably have enough material to rip off and replace the whole west hip from when I initially did the roof in 09 but not sure if I want to do that or just let the insurance do it.
At the insistence of a big mouth neighbor, my wife has already called them, instead of waiting to see just what damage was under that limb like I wanted.
Since the tree guy had 92  other jobs to get to, he just got everything down to the ground and I went and bought a new chainsaw and took it from there.
Got a stihl this time. Tired of poulan and other cheap crap.

We were out of power for 27 hours straight, got back on yesterday about 6:30ish, so glad I wasn't gonna have to get up at 3:30 am and feed the generator like the night before. Others around here not very far away still in the dark as of now.

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 on: August 12, 2020, 09:38:31 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Playing with engines is on hold right now, after the storm we had 2 day ago. I just got the 12" diameter tree branch off of the roof a couple of hours ago.

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 on: August 12, 2020, 09:36:41 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
I cannot stand these little roller skates that pass for cars these days and everything I have is paid for, mpg isn't the end all cure all ultimate goal /but getting the best I can get out of what I have, for what it is would be great

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 on: August 11, 2020, 04:20:48 PM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by magnumman
You should be able to get a bit more power out of it by playing with the fuel sync (+2 to +4 area), since your opening the valve slightly sooner, further and for more duration.  This will result in a more complete burn and better atomization by shooting the fuel quicker.  That should help with the MPG's.

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 on: August 11, 2020, 05:07:58 AM 
Started by donram360 - Last post by donram360
Definitely did much better than using my 99 Dakota with it's 3.9 like I did this trip with last year.
But strangely even though I struggled at times towing with the 3.9 it wasn't as hard on gas.
Being that this 360 pulled it mostly without even being able to feel it back there I just thought It might have been better on fuel being it wasn't working as hard to do the job

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