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Old 09-21-2012, 09:42 AM
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Brian: I don't know what pain is to other people only my own!
Ive always had a high pain threshold. I feel sorry for people that don't. My problems have become normal to me LOL! If God was here now and said he could take all my pain away or give me back the hair I used to have on my head. Id tell him "I WANT HAIR" LOL

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Hey Chris. Don't worry bout the hair. No big deal in the larger scheme of things.

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Old 09-21-2012, 10:29 AM
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Henry, you do know this isn't a private forum, your boss and co-workers have access to it.

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Old 09-21-2012, 11:27 AM
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:28 PM
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Hey Chris. Don't worry bout the hair. No big deal in the larger scheme of things.

John L

I have a long pony tail but bald on top LOL I keep the pony tail clipped with my creeper LOL When it gets caught in the wheel and pins me down I get my knife out of my pocket and trim it off!!!!!LOL

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Old 09-21-2012, 05:51 PM
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LOL Well, Nothing succeeds like success. I am supposed to have a fellow come see the Roadster this weekend guys. If it goes I will have to find another project. Then I will be back to having something to post about.

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Well the new fuel/vacuum pump came and cannot wait to install it to get the old girl on the road. wish me luck.
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Spent the day doing a few things on the "new' (2002) Lexus LS430 I picked up for my far better-looking half. Oil & filter, flush the trans (gonna have to pull the pan and change trans filter as well, but didn't have one to hand.... (Good planning, huh? )

Took it through smog check (and THEN the "check engine" light came on but at least it waited until AFTER the inspection! THANK YOU GOD!)

Got home, put the OBDII scanner on it - it needs an Oxy sensor. It got REALLY good numbers, so now I can move the plates over from the '93 LS400 and register/insure the "new" one.
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Sounds like you lucked out with that check engine light coming on AFTER it smogged. Damn I hate the smogging crap.

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Been working on smoothing my frame for a lil over 5 weeks.
Should be in paint next week ill keep you posted!











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AWESOME! You literally had me smiling as I was going thru those photos. I LOVE detail (haven't done much of it in quite a while) and your frame is looking mighty fine.

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Today I got to help a friend in need to help him rebuild his 1951 Indian Chief 74 in. bored 30 over. We got the flywheels aligned (trued) got the heads and valves together.then we headed into the tranny. Took a Beer break and that is where we left it. tomorrow is another day.
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Today I got to help a friend in need to help him rebuild his 1951 Indian Chief 74 in. bored 30 over. We got the flywheels aligned (trued) got the heads and valves together.then we headed into the tranny. Took a Beer break and that is where we left it. tomorrow is another day.
This may be a hot rod forum but what a neat project. Wouldn't one of the old inline 4's be cool it resotore?

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Today I went to the dump (garbage day) did dishes, watched it rain, made lunch went out at 5pm and the high was 58 and drizzling came right back in, watched tv checked the hot rodders web site on and off.put a heating pad on my back for a while and am now cooking spaghetti sause waiting for my wife to get home from work at midnight! Hoping tomorrow is a better day because there's a swap meet and Sunday is the last day!!!

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John the gentleman that I am helping has 1940 in-line 4 cylinder, 2 51 chiefs and a 1947 servi-car. Hot rods can have two wheels too. LOL Jesse
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