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What have you done to your square lately??

Discussion in 'Garage' started by Old77, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. gotyourgoat

    gotyourgoat Full Access Member

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    Months? What is the world coming to?
     
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  2. Frankenchevy

    Frankenchevy Lying Dog-Faced Pony Soldier Supporting Member

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    I blame Covid
     
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  3. AuroraGirl

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    @Vbb199 ignore the trailer its like 15-20 years old, but the tractor and other machinery behind it and ones not pictures are relics. yours is a tasteful gem as the kids say

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  4. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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    Looks like my kinda place to live! (Minus the snow )
     
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  5. bucket

    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That looks like some cool stuff hanging out in the weeds and brush!
     
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  6. AuroraGirl

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    yeah and that plant next to my stepside trailer you said was ditch weed? oh its ditchweed and it was also a LOT bigger but another plant/tree overhang hid it well. Most of that doesnt grow in the shade like that. But the thing was full of.. err.. flowers? and because it was the only green thing left over there when i checked. wowser, hopefully the DEA doesnt come shoot my dog, burn the neighbors house down, blow up my truck, and unsuscessfully kill a wild nonharmful plant

    and this is all in a no-knock, too
     
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  7. AuroraGirl

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    I should take a tour next year with the DSLR after I cut the weeds down and make an albulm.


    here is what my truck looks like now, only the pic is from almost exactly a year ago as i prepared the truck and went full in you can see what the scenary kind of looks like, except

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    Here is most around jan-feb
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  8. AuroraGirl

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    so its fair to assume youve mastered both dick and puss? I Knew it. Its okay though, Im an ally
     
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    Decided that I was tired of it running like crap and that it was likely an intake leak that was making it run so bad. Also decided I was tired of it leaking and that I should just fix things now instead of waiting to do it when I do the motor swap sooo....

    Drained the coolant and soldered up the inlet on the radiator that has been weeping for the last 6 months.

    Then adjusted my steering gear box to take some of the slack out and pulled the steering input out to rebuild the input assembly that has been leaking for about 3 months. I’m hoping that will take care of the slop in the steering and also stop the major leak I’ve had for a while.

    Then I started tearing down the top of the engine to remove the intake, but a storm moved in and it got cold, wet, and dark so I decided to leave the intake on and get a fresh start in the morning.
     
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    BUT with covid you are supposed to.....WASH!!!!!!!
     
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    @Snoots , it's RIGHT there, couldn't miss it in the picture!!!! Not to worry, just a quick look!!! LOL
     
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    Damn....lol

    Wait.

    Hang on!
    Whats that mean?
     
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    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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