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Today 08:37 PM
adantessr
Quote:
Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
Speaking of summer tires, anyone know about these stoopid tire sensors?
Does the same wheel have to go back to the same position?
2016 Highlander.
Your owners manual will tell you how to reprogram the sensors. Takes less than five minutes.

I love having them BTW. Saved me from having to change a tire in the rain. Had a nail in it, stopped at a gas station on way home and aired it up. Ran it down to the tire shop the next day. I have a compressor in my garage and a very bad back.
Today 07:11 PM
Rodnit
Quote:
Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
Speaking of summer tires, anyone know about these stoopid tire sensors?
Does the same wheel have to go back to the same position?
2016 Highlander.
Nope. Put them where you want. I rotated mine every spring.
Today 06:37 PM
John long I have still been dinken around with positioning the engine in Precious. Ordered a set of '69 Camaro motor and frame mounts which should be here Saturday. In the mean time I have finished E brake brackets, planned brake and fuel line routing but nothing worth photo documentation.

I did clean the shop a little.

John
Today 06:06 PM
123pugsy Passed my framing inspection for the deck yesterday. Just need to add the deck boards and pickets and can call him back for occupancy inspection.

Everything inspection wise will be done except a stand up shower in the basement and one in the upstairs en suite washrooms. I'll finish those without a permit.

After that, I need to call the water police to check the grading and get my deposit back.
Today 06:02 PM
123pugsy Speaking of summer tires, anyone know about these stoopid tire sensors?
Does the same wheel have to go back to the same position?
2016 Highlander.
Today 06:00 PM
123pugsy I got my compressor fixed today. A couple new reeds and a coupla gaskets and she's good to go.

Oh great, no excuse not to install the wife's summer tires now.
Today 05:59 PM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
Did I break the thread or did nobody do anything on hump day?



Peek quick, its wet.

That gets me droolin'........nice.....
Today 05:52 PM
idrivejunk Did I break the thread or did nobody do anything on hump day?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Waiting to see the ghost stripes in the '69...
Peek quick, its wet.

04-25-2017 06:04 PM
idrivejunk Here is a funny bunny for you Brian. It is there every day this time of year. I think it may want to race.



Aww.

Now don't let this harsh your mellow-



I'll weld up some junk on the microdatson tail end tomorrow, near the tail lights where a rough previous qtr install and some leftover crash work from it is showing. Mud man is getting a break from sliding paper by gutting the Biscayne dash and if you study hard you can see the hood and trunk lid from that in urethane primer...
04-25-2017 06:06 AM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
You just get way too much cool stuff done, I'm getting pissed off now.


Brian
Theres just way too many five minuteses in a day
04-25-2017 05:30 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
And aZ28 and my Dads 88 Silverado, ,,,this one I wont restore just get it running,already had a man try to buy it at the gas station,,and one has already stopped here at the house so I moved it out behind the shed until I get ready to do something with it

It is a 55 1st design and in much better shape than it looks in picture,No rust in floors or fire wall,which is where most of these rust
If you cant get it running let me know, I have the motor and tranny for that truck ,rebuilt,painted and everything just needs a carb.
04-24-2017 11:09 PM
MARTINSR You just get way too much cool stuff done, I'm getting pissed off now.


Brian
04-24-2017 06:07 PM
idrivejunk First thing was to get this 67 Datsun off the rotisserie and screwed to the chassis. 14 bolts. Check.



Began to do same to the SS396 job, but I got confused on body mount locations because the instructions reference a numbered diagram and state that each bushing bag is numbered for ease of proper placement. But the bags were not numbered. End of the day, the car's owner and I got it figured out. Tomorrow I'll shoot for bolting it to the chassis then hanging doors and fenders so the painter can have it back-



I slipped back over to the Biscayne and patched the gas fill tunnel flange on both sides. Heres one-

04-24-2017 04:53 PM
Too Many Projects I finally got the new gauges mounted in the new panel for the '38. The mounting brackets were too long. I had to cut ~1/4" off for the nuts to thread on.



04-24-2017 03:13 PM
496CHEVY3100 And aZ28 and my Dads 88 Silverado, ,,,this one I wont restore just get it running,already had a man try to buy it at the gas station,,and one has already stopped here at the house so I moved it out behind the shed until I get ready to do something with it

It is a 55 1st design and in much better shape than it looks in picture,No rust in floors or fire wall,which is where most of these rust
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