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10-24-2012 04:49 PM
LATECH Hee Heee.....all good stuff guys.....keep em coming
10-24-2012 02:11 PM
E.Furgal beings me back to my first dealership I worked in ..as a h/s student..
sadly the top tech thought he was gonna be funny and wanted me to get off the snapon truck a left handed set of tools, screwdriver/metal shears/sizzors/and pliers...
sadly for him I'm left handed and out in the land of fruits and nuts.. they have a left handed store.. and while out there my grand ma ever year would get me a left handed tool...
the look on his face when I said "we don't have to wait for the tool truck, I have it right here.. " he almost turned pale white... and didn't like the stamping on them from the lefthanded tool co... cali,usa
I did tell him I didn't have a lefthand smoke bender tho...
hahahahahhahahha
10-24-2012 11:47 AM
bigdog7373 My sheet metal teacher told a story about when he was working as a mechanic at an airport. They sent the new guy at work to another shop to get "20 feet of flight line and 5 gallons of prop wash". He was gone for hours trying to get some from the other shops. Hahaha
10-23-2012 03:26 PM
LATECH Kenniffler pins ............Hmmmmmm........
10-23-2012 03:25 PM
LATECH Not quite as fictional , but often mis understood, would be flight line and prop wash.
SSgt. Brazitis sent me to the CO s office to get a requisition for some flight line and prop wash, back when I was in the USAF. The CO said.." you must be from SSgt Brazitis' Class" , I replied "yes sir".
He sent me back to my class, and stopped in to visit just moments later.
The whole class was rollin on the floor.
10-23-2012 01:56 PM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by xxllmm4 View Post
and make sure you practice good bolt maintenance.
You wouldn't say that if you knew how often I've checked various bolts on my gasser! I keep adding Loctite, and nylock nuts, but every so often I find another piece that needs one of the two!
That short wheelbase seems to just loosen the bolts up!
10-23-2012 09:32 AM
Oldguy48 This thread reminded me of this...been around awhile, but hilarious.
10-23-2012 09:09 AM
69 widetrack
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Originally Posted by 66GMC View Post
I'm thinking about ordering some of those items, (like the "elbow grease") just to have in stock at the NAPA store that I work at. The entertainment value alone ...

Maybe I'll hang a length of chain with a hook from the rafters with some 30 lb fishing line and see what kind of reaction we get!
From my experiences, you may be surprised. I bet you could actually sell some product, the scary part is from a few people I've met they could probably use stuff like the pilot wrench.

I have always said, "Life is the easiest thing that you will ever go through, it's people that get in the way".
10-23-2012 09:03 AM
66GMC
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Originally Posted by 69 widetrack View Post
Thanks "Old Fool" for the Kaleco site, it's a hoot. They also stock "wiper blade sharpeners" and "pilot wrenches" to tighten up the nut behind the wheel. I wonder how many people actually order these parts.
I'm thinking about ordering some of those items, (like the "elbow grease") just to have in stock at the NAPA store that I work at. The entertainment value alone ...

Maybe I'll hang a length of chain with a hook from the rafters with some 30 lb fishing line and see what kind of reaction we get!
10-23-2012 08:58 AM
69 widetrack Thanks "Old Fool" for the Kaleco site, it's a hoot. They also stock "wiper blade sharpeners" and "pilot wrenches" to tighten up the nut behind the wheel. I wonder how many people actually order these parts.
10-23-2012 08:58 AM
66GMC [quote=Old Fool;1602237
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Looks to me like Kale @ Kaleco has a pretty good stock of parts and tools you guys are mentioning [/quote]

They sure do!
Need some of this?
10-23-2012 08:40 AM
Old Fool
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Originally Posted by 69 widetrack View Post
How about "sky hooks" for pulling engines outside?
Kaleco Skyhooks




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Originally Posted by 66GMC View Post
"710 Cap" ... (It's a blonde joke, LOL)

Kaleco 710 caps





Looks to me like Kale @ Kaleco has a pretty good stock of parts and tools you guys are mentioning
10-23-2012 06:29 AM
69 widetrack In the mid 70's I hired a green kid as a "gopher". We sent him to the local speed shop for checkered paint in a spray bomb and not to let the guys there to try and sell him any bigger sizes. Phoned my buddy at the speed shop and told him the story and told him to play along and that he only had it in gallon cans.

The poor kid got mad at the speed shop owner and told him that he expected him to be an ***hole because his boss (me) told him this would happen and he demanded the spray bomb.

How about "sky hooks" for pulling engines outside?

Told my sister-in law many years ago that cream hardner for body filler would help clear up her acne because it contained peroxide. She was willing to try it but I would't let her.

Cam shafts made of a special rubber so that when the engine revs up the cam starts stretching and expanding to give you more lift. Brother in law looked for weeks to buy one.

There's got to be a lot more I've tried to pull off, I'll keep on thinking.
10-23-2012 06:09 AM
E.Furgal
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Originally Posted by malc View Post
Here they are:



well.. I think they are in here
10-23-2012 05:51 AM
Old Fool
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Originally Posted by LATECH View Post
How about naming some of your favorite fictional funkiness of non existant automotive terminology, like blinker fluid, or muffler bearings.

Next.....
Kaleco Blinker Fluid

Kaleco Muffler Bearings


Order yours today
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