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Old 03-19-2014, 07:47 AM
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You finally washed your hands?
Yeah, after Roto-rootering the pipes! Man this surprised me, it hasn't showed a sign of a problem, then WHAM, "plugged tighter than a bulls ars at fly time" (One of my old man's quotes, I miss him).

I know one thing, the SECOND I get done with one of these jobs I am in the shower, DAMN it's disgusting.

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Old 03-19-2014, 08:12 AM
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Yeah, after Roto-rootering the pipes! Man this surprised me, it hasn't showed a sign of a problem, then WHAM, "plugged tighter than a bulls ars at fly time" (One of my old man's quotes, I miss him).

I know one thing, the SECOND I get done with one of these jobs I am in the shower, DAMN it's disgusting.

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You finally washed your hands?
I was gonna say feet!

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( This observation was based upon conditions found in my personal sink after washing my own personal trotters and in no way implies that people living in the Bay Area have hoofs that are exceptionally grungy. Nor does it imply that people living in the Bay Area ever wash their feet, both living and dead, whether for personal entertainment or to satisfy local pollution control laws.)

So help me God.

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I wish someone had told me about these wheels smelling when you sand them. I dremeled it last night and glued it. Today at work I smelled burnt rubber in my truck. On site I smelled burnt rubber. Everywhere I smelled burnt rubber. I clued in just before lunch it was my jacket, plus maybe my boots.

I ran home at lunch and showered and changed clothes and tossed on an old pair of work boots. Man I stunk!

Tonight I sanded the glue and spot puttied it. Then I played with my dogs. Wheel Should be like new soon!
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I wish someone had told me about these wheels smelling when you sand them. I dremeled it last night and glued it. Today at work I smelled burnt rubber in my truck. On site I smelled burnt rubber. Everywhere I smelled burnt rubber. I clued in just before lunch it was my jacket, plus maybe my boots.

I ran home at lunch and showered and changed clothes and tossed on an old pair of work boots. Man I stunk!

I sanded the glue and spot puttied it. Should be like new soon!
LOL, but how does the wheel look?

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Old 03-19-2014, 10:09 PM
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The wheel be classic! It looks good.

I plan on using high build primer on it…LOL
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Tonight I worked late, but still got my axle bubble wrapped up.



I am not kidding you, this is the most cuddly axle I have ever seen.



I also got my NOS rare tissue dispensor stereo cover installed in the Rambler. Sorry for the blurry shot.



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Come to think of it, one of the neighbours when I was a kid had one of those ramblers, but, it was the only car he ever owned. My parents lived across from the rambler for 50 yrs and you know, it was the only car he owned. His kids sold it when he past away. It just came to me. He drove it almost everyday too.
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a little rubbing after trying to sand out the boss' monster run. I got most of it out but don't really want to push it and cut thru.



this color wasn't easy to blend without having time to spray a spray out and tint it. White is easy to tint too but usually always needs tinting.

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Been busy looking at the front of the cowl and floor area........








And thinking about what to do next.....


So I thunk up the idea of cutting off the two cowl braces.















Then I thunk that I could get some more foot space in there. Looks like an inch and a half on each side.......












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Upgrading from a Super 8 to a Radisson...
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Pug's my friend, that's going to be one heck of a hood ornament!

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Either that or you need to get some clothes on and go and see a doctor. Your turning green man!!!
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I am rewiring my trailor lights on my new to me trailor they are to short to reach my plug in with the hitch I have,,that is about all I can do for next 10 days the doctor has my head wrapped up like a mummy.when this side heals then I have to do surgery on the other side ,10 more days
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I am rewiring my trailor lights on my new to me trailor they are to short to reach my plug in with the hitch I have,,that is about all I can do for next 10 days the doctor has my head wrapped up like a mummy.when this side heals then I have to do surgery on the other side ,10 more days
Hang in there David. I know you are sick and tired of being sick and tired. You will get through this though.

I wish I had a couple of you body guys here. I felt like I needed to make this thing as square as possible before I moved on to the trunk floor.

As I had posted earlier that this thing had been tagged in the right rear. I don't own a Porta-Power but my spring spreader and I spent some time together along with some hammers and dollies. The left side is fair and the right side is better but I think this is bout the best I can do until I have some structure back here to anchor to. From the axle back is still just flopping as you can see.

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Awesome repair John, hey, while you are at it,you should fix some of that rust huh?

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