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Bolt extraction is a nerve racking job. Glad you got the job done!

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

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I wish I had a time machine to go back.  :groaner: The amounts of Bonney, SK, Diamond, Pratt Whitney, Western Forge,  Easco, KD, Wright, and Proto wrenches, sockets, pliers, drivers, cold chisels, and you name it was unfathomable. People where only buying cman, snap on, and mac.   




If I had a time machine, I'd go visit loved ones I've lost.


Oh and buy all the old tools and cars.


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Electrical topics / Re: Inverter
« Last post by Muddy on Today at 08:30:25 PM »
I swear I bought an invertor. Have no clue where it is.

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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by Muddy on Today at 08:28:38 PM »
watched my 17 year old son and 7  other boys carry their friend and his casket  on his final trip. he had just turned 17 on the 5th of july. he  lived 2 years after his first diagnosis  of a rare muscle  cancer and was told he had beaten it  twice. no more suffering carter, rip.  :'(
Very sorry to hear this. Aloss of a child is in no way am easy loss ( if there is any)

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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by strik9 on Today at 08:21:59 PM »
We did a steering rack change in a caravan.   Afterward it boiled the fluid which I immediately blamed it on being an Antichrysler product.   

    We suspect water contamination in the oil and set up a test.  It was a junkyard rack and stored a long time.  Tomorrow will tell all.

    Now home and well fed.  An evening begins!
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pretty farm girls in barn boots.  >:D >:D  I missed everything after that. grinx
Isn't summer in the country great!!!!

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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by DeadNutz on Today at 05:41:21 PM »
17 yr olds shouldn't have to be pallbearers for their friends. Very tragic and RIP Carter.
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He could have, he had enough stock to sell good quality tools at a great price for years. But instead of doing it correctly and trying to sell sets or by the pound he hired a local high schoolers who let tons of product walk out for literally less than $.01 per pound. Basically they had instruction to sell snap on for high $$ and then the rest of the stock was valued off the cuff and who knows how much of the cash even made back to the owner. I almost felt bad about buying the wrench set for $60, but when your paying your way through college you never pass on a deal like that.

I wish I had a time machine to go back.  :groaner: The amounts of Bonney, SK, Diamond, Pratt Whitney, Western Forge,  Easco, KD, Wright, and Proto wrenches, sockets, pliers, drivers, cold chisels, and you name it was unfathomable. People where only buying cman, snap on, and mac.   

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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by goodfellow on Today at 04:16:40 PM »
watched my 17 year old son and 7  other boys carry their friend and his casket  on his final trip. he had just turned 17 on the 5th of july. he  lived 2 years after his first diagnosis  of a rare muscle  cancer and was told he had beaten it  twice. no more suffering carter, rip.  :'(

Truly sorry to hear that --
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Good job! You deserve a beer after that. There's very little about working on cars that I dislike more than removing broken bolts.
Especially when they're countersunk like that was and you cant weld a nut on it.
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