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  1. Re: I Need your tips and tricks to breaking in to my Jeep!

    Late to the party, but, I used my AAA card a couple weeks ago when I did the same thing.

    A few years ago a friend did the same thing. He called AAA, paid for an annual membership on the phone,...
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    Re: Battery-starter-grnd Wiring Question

    Grounding to the block is fine. Remember a second ground to the chassis/firewall.

    I remember pulling battery cables from an Audi at the junkyard, well over 5 ft long, and sized for the current...
  3. Re: Side entrance fence and gate for newly renovated property

    https://www.frontrange4x4.com/forums/showthread.php?19226-Rebuilding-an-85-Toyota-Pickup

    I think he's driven it twice. ;)
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    Re: Hello Again......

    Kind of like you, life has tossed me a few curves. Through the last quarter of 2019, and all of 2020, I had two constants: The boss is a jerk, and I can work 60 hours per week.

    Things are getting...
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    Re: Hello Again......

    Hiya Shane! :hibye:
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    Re: 9/25/21 Adopt-a-trail clean up run

    I had a great time! My last trail ride was two years prior, the Jeep basically sat through the summer. I had to relearn a few things, most important is top not be lazy and disconnect the sway bar in...
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    Gone!

    Gone!
  8. Thread: ISO NP207

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    Re: ISO NP207

    1990 and older will have the 21 spline input.

    Also, the self serve yards can provide you with an interchange listing, if they have any older Jeeps.
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    Re: Saxon Mountain Closed

    The county website says "close part of a county road on Saxon." Sounds like they are closing the switchbacks above Georgetown.
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    Re: So I did a thing...

    Very nice! I learned how to operate a clutch on a Super-A, many great memories associated with it.
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    Re: Second opinion wanted (FoCo)

    Hiya Jonathon! :hibye:

    Just embrace the fact that Ball Joints and Tie Rod Ends are considered "wear parts." The real problem is finding quality replacements.
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    Re: FS Tons of tools and stuff

    A good reference point is half of retail, then decide how long you want to hold onto it.

    When we had a sale for the "stuff" from our parents' estate, we did a lot of no haggle pricing. Cash is...
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    Re: FS Tons of tools and stuff

    PM sent.
  14. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    Finally got a Saturday off and emptied my scrap trailer. "Baling Scrap" is at $120/ton.
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    Poll: Re: Shop compressed air setup

    Sell it, if you have the time.

    I've been working about 60 hrs/week this year, barely enough time for family, chores, and all those "things" that pop up in life. I am actually looking forward to a...
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    Re: Cast iron repair/weld...

    I have stitched up cast iron & steel. I have the recommended welding rod, and torch for pre/post heat. I will likely have the week between Christmas & New Year's off from my regular job.
  17. Thread: The Campfire.

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    Re: The Campfire.

    A doorbell like this:

    http://www.addamsfamily.com/addams/doorbell.jpg

    Then this guy answers:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgKxham7q7Y
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    Re: SBC 350 questions

    Good margin on the valves, and they sit proud in the chamber. Clean it up and continue inspection.
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    Re: Wanted- Steel Wheels

    I still have those steel "Wagon Wheels." They are ugly, cheap, and slated for the scrapyard Saturday.
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    Some stuff found new homes tonight...
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    James, you have first pass at the tripod with vise. If you don't want it, someone on another board has expressed interest.
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    Re: How can a brake pad fail like this?

    That, actually, is common wear for a "sticking" caliper.
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    Re: How can a brake pad fail like this?

    Is this not covered by warranty?

    Year/make/model might be useful.
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    Re: F-S workshop stuff...

    James, the legs unscrew from the base.

    David has first pass on the "hot work bench."
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    F-S workshop stuff...

    Located near Gun Club Road and 6th Ave. Listing these before I toss them in the scrap trailer:

    Storage cabinet, $10:

    Yes, it was built as a file cabinet. Pops put masonite in the bottom of the...
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