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Today 05:29 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
You'll never get under his skin, remember... King!

You hobbyists entertain me. Haven't you picked up on anything I preach, for crying out loud?

Grind it and give it to Life cereal.

Then um,... wait... and it will eventually drive away.

Yep, your method is great. It just kinda goes away and you don't need to be a contortionist.
Yesterday 08:36 PM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
It's a scary pasta alright....I'm hoping to piss Mitch off with the ease of my install.....please...please.....go as planned....
You'll never get under his skin, remember... King!

You hobbyists entertain me. Haven't you picked up on anything I preach, for crying out loud?

Grind it and give it to Life cereal.

Then um,... wait... and it will eventually drive away.
Yesterday 08:01 PM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
At'sa nice-a plate-a pasta!

You guys are making me too hungry today, I'll run outta munchies midweek at this rate.

It's a scary pasta alright....I'm hoping to piss Mitch off with the ease of my install.....please...please.....go as planned....
Yesterday 07:59 PM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
Whether I have something to or not, I usually say something every day. Today theres something I can't say everyday and hope to never again, but...

My cousin had her lungs out today. Out in CA. They removed a dozen clots then reinstalled. Might be a fancy crow foot required for that, too. They saw ribs out back. Holy... ... Father ,watch over her. Be in coma couple days. Its a second cousin thats still fighting lung cancer, this is a regular cousin. Both pretty ladies. Lookers often have a rougher go at life. Anyway, no expressions of sympathy required but all thoughts get heard where it counts. I had just never heard of that kind of operation. It may give her back life without the 02 tank and that'll be better.



Thoughts going her way....wow....
Yesterday 07:48 PM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Yeah, mine is a spaghetti mess too...

At'sa nice-a plate-a pasta!

You guys are making me too hungry today, I'll run outta munchies midweek at this rate.
Yesterday 07:44 PM
idrivejunk Whether I have something to or not, I usually say something every day. Today theres something I can't say everyday and hope to never again, but...

My cousin had her lungs out today. Out in CA. They removed a dozen clots then reinstalled. Might be a fancy crow foot required for that, too. They saw ribs out back. Holy... ... Father ,watch over her. Be in coma couple days. Its a second cousin thats still fighting lung cancer, this is a regular cousin. Both pretty ladies. Lookers often have a rougher go at life. Anyway, no expressions of sympathy required but all thoughts get heard where it counts. I had just never heard of that kind of operation. It may give her back life without the 02 tank and that'll be better.
Yesterday 06:43 PM
cerial I got the 472 out of the shed despite the 2x4 stand it was on breaking apart. Dropped it into the truck with a pallet jack, some manual xj doors, the intake, and a couple small parts.



I have 3 180lb sm465's left in the shed for tomorrow. They need to be pulled out, lifted, then rotated into the bed of the truck. Hitch crane to the rescue once again. I could pick them up by hand and walk them the 10 feet. But hey I have the tool and lift enough semi truck drums throughout the week that I will take it easy when I can.
Yesterday 06:00 PM
123pugsy Great idea on the home made crow's foot.
Yesterday 05:53 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
Holy mackerel !


How the heck did you connect that? I now bow to the King of patience....wow.....
My wife read that and is just now able to pick herself up off the floor from laughing...

She said you spelled the "p" word wrong it is "persistence" as I call it, stubborn is her description... and a little cussing.
Okay, a LOT of cussing...

I had to cut a crows foot out of 1/4" steel to tighten one fitting. I bought the crimping tool and built the hoses 1 at a time and installed them and then moved on to fitting the next one around the previously installed hoses.



Yesterday 04:29 PM
123pugsy Drain trough done. Just need a down spout now.




Yesterday 02:24 PM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by idrivejunk View Post
No extending the tubes off the core? I didn't know if you'd be behind the fender but with your hood hinge spot where it is, ain't going there. So what part of the ac/heat goes inside the cubby?

I couldn't remember where the WSW discussion ended up but (heckle, prod) if theres no lines through the cubby theres your tank spot. Too bad you kicked the sauce, it could just as easy hold refreshing corn squeezin's.

The bolts holding the AC in place go thru the cubby. All tenants have moved in and no more room to rent, squeezins or not...
Yesterday 01:02 PM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
One double for the AC lines and two individuals for the heater hoses. About 8" hose on each inside heater line req'd. Don't like the idea of soft lines inside, but I've never had a heater hose under the hood fail, so I'm not going to worry about it.
No extending the tubes off the core? I didn't know if you'd be behind the fender but with your hood hinge spot where it is, ain't going there. So what part of the ac/heat goes inside the cubby?

I couldn't remember where the WSW discussion ended up but (heckle, prod) if theres no lines through the cubby theres your tank spot. Too bad you kicked the sauce, it could just as easy hold refreshing corn squeezin's.
Yesterday 09:11 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Yeah, mine is a spaghetti mess too...




Holy mackerel !


How the heck did you connect that? I now bow to the King of patience....wow.....
Yesterday 07:32 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by 123pugsy View Post
One double for the AC lines and two individuals for the heater hoses. About 8" hose on each inside heater line req'd. Don't like the idea of soft lines inside, but I've never had a heater hose under the hood fail, so I'm not going to worry about it.
Yeah, mine is a spaghetti mess too...

Yesterday 05:24 AM
123pugsy
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Are you going to use a bulkhead manifold to transfer the fluids thru the side ? I did that with the '38 and it makes for an easy method, without drilling holes for every individual hose.

One double for the AC lines and two individuals for the heater hoses. About 8" hose on each inside heater line req'd. Don't like the idea of soft lines inside, but I've never had a heater hose under the hood fail, so I'm not going to worry about it.
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