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Old 10-27-2017, 06:22 AM
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Oh. Now I see what happened... I should have said chop FLOORs.

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Oh. Now I see what happened... I should have said chop FLOORs.
Damn....I had my popcorn and drool smilies at the ready.....
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Old 10-27-2017, 08:15 AM
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Yes siree. I was just dying to see how they cut that glass!

OK, The floor will be interesting too.

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Old 10-27-2017, 08:24 AM
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Yes siree. I was just dying to see how they cut that glass! John
Sawzall with a fine tooth blade works like a hot knife thru butter. Centerline gets cut-offs like that all the time.
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John Long,,,reminging you of the Moonshine Festival tomorrow Parade starts Sat morning,,these are DRIVEN to the show and circling the courthose at the round a bout .I will post another if this works
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Moonshine festival Tomorrow Dawsonville GA,,,STARTS AT 9 AM


***Parade***

Based on current weather forecast we will make every attempt to have our festival parade at 9:00 a.m. If there is a weather delay then we will make a second attempt at 1:30 p.m. Saturday October 28th, 2017.

KARE for Kids will make a decision at 8:30 a.m. Saturday October 28th, 2017
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Good luck with it David. Fingers crossed.

You guys are all doing a lot more exciting things than I am. I did get my shroud corners cut out and fitted.

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John Long,,,reminging you of the Moonshine Festival tomorrow Parade starts Sat morning,,these are DRIVEN to the show and circling the courthose at the round a bout .I will post another if this works
Thanks for thinking of me David. Barb's sister who passed away has a memorial service tomorrow so I am already committed for this weekend.

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I replaced the steering wheel position sensor in my truck today. That thing fought me the whole time... I had been driving with the pump unplugged, which defaults to full assist, all the time. It drives much better now.

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Had a customer bring me ano5 avalanche like my show Trk said I can?t fuel it it kicks off right after start pumping. Evap soelenoid didn?t even have a top any more lol. Pulled canister too of course all charcoal had broke free was in every line all the way up to intake. Blew it all out replaced canister and solenoid took across the street to gas station. Boom full no issues lol and the random cel disappeared for evap leak lol.
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First thing I reached for today was plasma cutter. Theres 3 but no way to plug one in at the Cat. Second I reached for the Sawzall. One butter knife smooth blade and only dead batteries. Trusty 4" cutoff wheel always works but man what punishment. I left the braces that I asked about in as bonus punishment for misleading the guys here.

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OK, The floor will be interesting too.

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Ew, so that snot butter?

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I replaced the steering wheel position sensor in my truck today. That thing fought me the whole time... I had been driving with the pump unplugged, which defaults to full assist, all the time. It drives much better now.

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what year truck had the sensors
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I'm not sure, but mine is a 98. I didn't mind the full assist at first, but it can get a little sketchy when pulling the camper.
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I replaced the steering wheel position sensor in my truck today. That thing fought me the whole time... I had been driving with the pump unplugged, which defaults to full assist, all the time. It drives much better now.

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Still running mine with both wires hooked to ignition in fuse panel under hood . Don't know that I'll ever replace the sensor, bad back excuse .
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I hit the bricks today big time.....killer work.......
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