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Old 05-03-2014, 03:26 PM
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One more for today ,I am not a camera person so excuse the attempt if it post
also lowered floor of console 3 in whwre shifter boot would look better,.i am going yo try to post video .
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Old 05-03-2014, 07:04 PM
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Good job David. Keep the pictures coming. I am enjoying following along with the console build.

I cut my rear quarter panel off today and removed the trunk drop down panel. Will post a few pictures on my thread.

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It's so good to see you guys getting stuff done! I have been absent from the "What did you work on today" thread because of a number of reasons, one being I have been working hard to loose a few pounds and get some number straight on my blood test results. I am serious about going in to the next test as changed man, so walking every night is one of the things I am doing, that walking takes my 5 minute time in the garage so I will need to get back on track with that, but I am so tired, hope to get better at this.

This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY. Sooooooo, not only do I not get the Rambler fixed but I hope I can even go to work tomorrow, very likely I will not. CRAPPPPPPPPP

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Put it in gear and did a "mini" burnout yesterday for the first time in 3 years of building it.

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Put it in gear and did a "mini" burnout yesterday for the first time in 3 years of building it.
Mmmmm burnout's good, mmmm

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This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY. Sooooooo, not only do I not get the Rambler fixed but I hope I can even go to work tomorrow, very likely I will not. CRAPPPPPPPPP

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I hate that for you. I started to resurect your "concept thread" a day or two ago but decided to not push you. Hopefully you feel like getting back to the garage soon.

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It's so good to see you guys getting stuff done! I have been absent from the "What did you work on today" thread because of a number of reasons, one being I have been working hard to loose a few pounds and get some number straight on my blood test results. I am serious about going in to the next test as changed man, so walking every night is one of the things I am doing, that walking takes my 5 minute time in the garage so I will need to get back on track with that, but I am so tired, hope to get better at this.

This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY. Sooooooo, not only do I not get the Rambler fixed but I hope I can even go to work tomorrow, very likely I will not. CRAPPPPPPPPP

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Well that just sucks! Go and see a good Chiropractor or Acupuncturist. They both can give you relief!

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Well that just sucks! Go and see a good Chiropractor or Acupuncturist. They both can give you relief!

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They would probably be able to help Brian , I just hate going to a Doctor after I turned 50 the first thing they do is grab the rubber glove and Grease
the last one seemed to take to long ,I wont be going back

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.......still scrubbing........... .........

but I did manage to get the door jambs welded up.
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It's so good to see you guys getting stuff done! I have been absent from the "What did you work on today" thread because of a number of reasons, one being I have been working hard to loose a few pounds and get some number straight on my blood test results. I am serious about going in to the next test as changed man, so walking every night is one of the things I am doing, that walking takes my 5 minute time in the garage so I will need to get back on track with that, but I am so tired, hope to get better at this.

This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY. Sooooooo, not only do I not get the Rambler fixed but I hope I can even go to work tomorrow, very likely I will not. CRAPPPPPPPPP

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That's no fun at all! Hope you get better quickly, and it doesn't turn out to be bad!
I haven't had much worth posting about here, as most of my time has been spent remodeling the wife's kitchen. I'm down to bare walls now, and patching to get ready for paint next week. Cabinets are arriving on Thu., so I have plenty of work to get ready before then!
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This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY.
Sounds like the time I pinched my sciatic nerve, about ten years ago
Started out on a Wednesday morning when my thigh was bothering me...
Didn't think too much about it, figured I slept on it wrong or something...
By Saturday morning, I couldn't stand up for more than five minutes at a time without being in agony
For the next three weeks or so, I was pretty much in a chair because that was the only position I didn't have a lot of pain
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Yesterday at this time I didn't think I had a snow balls chance in hell to go to work today but I think I am going to make it. Don't know how good I will be or what I can get done but I will go make a showing if nothing else and come back home. Late yesterday I took a walk and I was a lot better. This morning, not so much, but darn it I have to keep it moving according to the advice nurse I spoke with yesterday.

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It's so good to see you guys getting stuff done! I have been absent from the "What did you work on today" thread because of a number of reasons, one being I have been working hard to loose a few pounds and get some number straight on my blood test results. I am serious about going in to the next test as changed man, so walking every night is one of the things I am doing, that walking takes my 5 minute time in the garage so I will need to get back on track with that, but I am so tired, hope to get better at this.

This weekend I got out there to change the control arm on my Rambler and in moving stuff around yesterday I through my back out! I wasn't doing anything very strenuous, literally picking up a garden hose when WHAM, I am in AGONY. It is the worse it has ever been and I am in AGONY. Sooooooo, not only do I not get the Rambler fixed but I hope I can even go to work tomorrow, very likely I will not. CRAPPPPPPPPP

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ah man, that's no good. Take it easy at work.
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I couldn't do anything like that with this back pain. But yes those are great examples of what we should be doing on a regular basis.

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