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Today 07:18 AM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
David posted this a couple of days ago when you first explained your issue.

John
Missed that post! Got it now!
Yesterday 10:19 PM
MARTINSR My 5 minutes today went to the kid in the neighborhood with the 50's Lincoln I told you guys about some months ago. I don't know if you remember but I gave his mom the thumb up that it was a good deal, I should have never done this, it's over his head and it is just a funky situation. He came by today to see if I could help him with something and I walked down there to see this Lincoln sitting in the driveway with a fresh rattle can paint job! He didn't remove a single piece of chrome and in fact painted it all silver without even masking it off, just holding a piece of cardboard or something to shield the fresh blue rattle can paint job. OMG, this thing was a great original car someone would have loved to restore or something, now it looks like hell. CRAP, he should have gotten an old Honda Civic.

Brian
Yesterday 10:13 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
LOL, I am certain it didn't hurt anything.

I did get a good start on my back seat support.....

John

AWSOME stuff John!

Brian
Yesterday 08:49 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
My work was hack to you. You would've cut the originals out, reproduced them exactly and welded the new ones back in the same place. I just threw rusty channel in and welded them....
LOL. It would indeed be hard to get too excited about "restoring" a bobcat trailer. Strong and safe would be goal here.

John
Yesterday 08:11 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Nice trailer. I did not see much of a problem with it.

John
My work was hack to you. You would've cut the originals out, reproduced them exactly and welded the new ones back in the same place. I just threw rusty channel in and welded them....
Yesterday 07:56 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
That might have buffed out ..LOL

that should keep him going for a while,dirty work But as they say.SOHTDI
Nice trailer. I did not see much of a problem with it.

John
Yesterday 07:44 PM
496CHEVY3100 That might have buffed out ..LOL

that should keep him going for a while,dirty work But as they say.SOHTDI
Yesterday 07:33 PM
Too Many Projects I got to reinforce the deck on my neighbors bobcat trailer today. The crossmembers had rusted out and the weight of the skid steer was collapsing them. I had 3 pieces of 1X3 C channel from old sign posts I pulled out around the Township a couple months ago. I cut them to fit between the frame rails and welded them in. What a filthy job rolling around under that rusted hulk...













I used the floor jack to push the deck boards up level.





Yesterday 06:22 PM
John long David posted this a couple of days ago when you first explained your issue.

John

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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post

I found this Surburban like yours ,I think it might be New because it is still in the crate ,


Yesterday 06:20 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Did you decide you could not afford the one in the crate?
I got it John. Good one!

BB
Yesterday 06:11 PM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Did you decide you could not afford the one in the crate?
OK, I must be too dumb or slow, cause that one went right over my head John!
Yesterday 06:09 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
Not much today. Back on the roof of the Suburban. Still getting the bodywork done on top to ready for white paint.
Did you decide you could not afford the one in the crate?
Yesterday 06:05 PM
1971BB427 Not much today. Back on the roof of the Suburban. Still getting the bodywork done on top to ready for white paint.
Yesterday 05:39 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
What np post today,

well I Worked On catching up on my beauty sleep since it was Raining and Cool todaym
Like some of my other projects ,I don't think it worked ,
LOL, I am certain it didn't hurt anything.

I did get a good start on my back seat support.....

John

Yesterday 05:06 PM
496CHEVY3100 What np post today,

well I Worked On catching up on my beauty sleep since it was Raining and Cool todaym
Like some of my other projects ,I don't think it worked ,
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