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Yesterday 11:26 PM
boothboy Congratulations to you and yours! She looks beautiful just like her Mother and Big Sister!

BB
Yesterday 10:58 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
Keep us posted. Congrats and all that stuff.

John
Hazel Annette was born at 12:44pm 5lbs 14oz and 19 inches long. She is just a little sweetie with the cutest little features. I am so blessed guys, so unbelievably blessed to have been here when she was born, the due date wasn't for another three weeks and I am here 400 miles from my home for this week only! Hazel had different plans, she wanted to meet her grandpa!

I just can't believe what a blessing this life is!

Brian



My son is pretty darn lucky!
Yesterday 10:51 PM
MARTINSR What are you going to do, part it out?


Brian
Yesterday 06:37 PM
John long Well, got the hardtop home today. It was a really long, but good day. (my neighbors might not think so though).

The car may be a little rougher than I first thought but the frame seems to be sound. that is what I care about.

John





LOL, obviously someone has tried to start the car but I never thought to ask about it. I did not ever think that it might run. (still don't)

John

Yesterday 06:29 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Ya old fart, grandpa.....congrats to the family....
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Just got the call, she is at 7 cm! Time to go!

Brian
Keep us posted. Congrats and all that stuff.

John
Yesterday 05:40 PM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Just got the call, she is at 7 cm! Time to go!

Brian
Right on Gramps!
Yesterday 03:41 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Just got the call, she is at 7 cm! Time to go!

Brian
Ya old fart, grandpa.....congrats to the family....
Yesterday 08:20 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Great timing!! Fingers crossed.

BB

Just got the call, she is at 7 cm! Time to go!

Brian
Yesterday 08:19 AM
Rodnit
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Ya gotta remember, he's in Canada and the satellites rotate around the equator. That results in a sharp angle for the signal and lower objects can interrupt the signal. I had trouble with mine in Stillwater because of the bluffs and in the cities it would cut out frequently. Mine was in my Pete and I loved it on the open road. The Pete is gone and the Sirius with it and I have no intention of getting it in another vehicle. The DJ's STILL talk way too much and they repeat songs just like the free stations.
You make a good point, Mitch. Since I live in the brush there isn't too many obstacles that get in the way. Maybe deer, but they're not tall enough.......
Yesterday 08:12 AM
boothboy Great timing!! Fingers crossed.

BB
Yesterday 07:37 AM
MARTINSR Welllllll, my day starts out a little different than expected. I am in Boise Idaho seeing my son, pregnant daughter-in-law and grand daughter. We have been seeing the sights, playing with the grand daughter (she's 2.5) when yesterday afternoon the daughter-in-law says she is having some REAL contractions! You see, she is three weeks from her due date and we came to Boise now because it's spring break and my little ones are out of school so we came to see them. We would be missing the birth of my grand daughter but that's life. Wellllllllll we talked about how we would stay and watch the two year old if they had to leave, I woke up this morning to them gone! It sounded pretty ok yesterday and last night the daughter-in-law is a got things handled kinda lady and she was taking it all in stride last night. But it looks like I will be here for the birth without planning it!

Brian
Yesterday 07:11 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
Chemical dunk.

She made it to the destination, no problem.
That's the way to go. Do they dip it in primer too,to get primer in all the nooks and crannies?
Yesterday 05:33 AM
John long
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
When I was a kid my brother bought home a '62 Impala convertible to rip the engine out of and throw it away, yep no kidding. My dad had a big key ring collected from his years as a car salesmen and my brother went out there with them and about the fifth one opened the trunk.

Brian
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Originally Posted by Dragonoake View Post
Not that surprising. When I worked at Winnebago, there were only 12 unique keys
LOL, I cleaned the switch with electical cleaner and one key quit working. I suspect one of the tumblers was stuck. I have heard before there are not that many different codes for each model car.

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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
Chemical dunk.

She made it to the destination, no problem.
Hope you get back more than your new floors and firewall.

John
Yesterday 05:09 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
Waterless or soda blasting ,,did you follow it down the road to be sure it was alright ,
Chemical dunk.

She made it to the destination, no problem.
Yesterday 12:29 AM
tech69 we all have our moments at work and today was a funny one. Yesterday the old man spent 4 hours putting in one door handle and tightening up a bumper that was dropped for paint. He couldn't figure out how he got the front one in and got stuck on the second. 2009 Jetta. He asked me and I told him it was probably a cam and said you probably have to loosen or tighten the torx in the door and pull on the part that grabs the handle but he still couldn't figure it out. Today I spent 2 minutes tightening the torx, getting one hook to pull the piece, and then another one to switch locations to remove the first hook to give the handle enough room to be installed. Yesterday it was the same thing but for the Honda 2000 handles. I had to spell out the whole procedure for him...Spin the handle on, drop the latch, hold the metal plate behind the skin, put in one bolt, snap in the lock cylinder, and you can figure out the rest. Man,
I need a raise.
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