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    I'll snap a pic of the new table tomorrow. It's still stuffed in my station wagon, hopefully I can come up with a way to make it into an easy project. Most things I get involved with are less than simple.
    Also arcade games are great, when they are working. It's always something!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scootertrash View Post
    You wash your truck in the nude?
    Only when all the neighbors are out and I have taken my little blue pill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripledog View Post
    I had the blade all the way up, but I only had one chain mounted, and the straps holding the chain broke. We got over a foot of heavy wet snow, and the next day we had 40 mph+ winds. The pic shows right after I got stuck, before the snow blew in and made a Big Red popsicle out my Farmall. When the wind died down, the sun was so intense that it gave me a headache, even with polarized dark sunglasses on. I dug it out last night (after the snow had melted and refrozen). It took about five hours, but at least it isn't frozen to the ground. I am hoping it will make a big difference with the chains on it, because it wont push anything the way it is. The hounds usually love the snow, but they didn't fancy the high winds...
    Looks like it's gonna be a three dog night. My dogs are total spoiled wusses. At least they're not cats.
    Watchin b ball tonight.

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    Going to cure insomnia tonight by going through these codes



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    Thought I'd complete one of my long term refresh projects and install a re-chromed valve cover on the '72 CB750. When the bike cover was removed this was the surprise. The gas tank is a fiberglass unit made by Tracey in the early 70's to replace the large metal tank. About 15 years ago the tank began leaking from the gas additive MTBE which dissolved and softened the resins. Sealed the inside with Caswell sealer everything OK until now. The state stopped using MTBE years ago but one can only imagine what additives are used now causing the paint to bubble and blister like this. Search now on to find a similar sized replacement metal tank.

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    84 YT60
    85 350x (423cc) with 81 XL500 head conversion
    83 XR500 (628cc) converted 3 Wheel hybrid
    73 CB750 K3 converted 3 Wheel hybrid
    86 TRX250R chassis XR650L engine hybrid
    89 TRX250R (stock )
    90 LT500 Quadzilla
    85 FL350 Odysses ( water cooled head )
    Lost (sold) but not forgotten 80 ATC 110 (205cc on alcohol ) 83 200x ( 222cc ) 83 200x ( 185s eng ) 85 350x ( stock )
    added to the collection recently, (2) '70 US90 Aquarius Blue and '74 ATC90 Daytona Orange

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    Scootertrash is offline Just Too Addicted: Protecting Our Community The day begins with 3WW
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondatcs View Post
    Only when all the neighbors are out and I have taken my little blue pill.
    Great idea! Gotta have somewhere to hang the chamois!
    Quote Originally Posted by fabiodriven View Post
    Trick the people into thinking they're enacting their own will and you have willing slaves.

    Liberalism suspends the intellect of its victims, while at the same time tricking them into believing that they're smarter than everyone else.


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    Scootertrash is offline Just Too Addicted: Protecting Our Community The day begins with 3WW
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    I'd be careful trip. Those look like wolf pups!
    Quote Originally Posted by fabiodriven View Post
    Trick the people into thinking they're enacting their own will and you have willing slaves.

    Liberalism suspends the intellect of its victims, while at the same time tricking them into believing that they're smarter than everyone else.


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    tripledog is offline I could be geriatricdog... at my age Got the holeshot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scootertrash View Post
    Great idea! Gotta have somewhere to hang the chamois!
    Yeah, that'll buff out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HairyJR View Post
    About 15 years ago the tank began leaking from the gas additive MTBE which dissolved and softened the resins. Sealed the inside with Caswell sealer everything OK until now. The state stopped using MTBE years ago but one can only imagine what additives are used now causing the paint to bubble and blister like this.
    Love the old sohc.

    I've sealed fiberglass tanks that leaked in the past........the leaks were all stopped but the solvents have long found its way into the glass itself. I've painted old bultaco tanks that did similar.

    I solve the contamination problem by getting it bare then applying a coat of resin prior to a finish. If memory serves I think I used epoxy resin for one project.

    Oh yea.......I do the same......I hoard all the carb cleaner
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    i got this one as a basket case, marlin 39a. It had ftf issues. Simple feed issue, a well spent 200$

    At some point a new front sight was added

    Kicking around in my parts I found a few peep sights. Drill holes already there.

    I don't mind the finish issues. It is nice to have a 22 that u don't mind getting kicked around. I am just on the hunt for a buttplate. Or maybe I will fab something up
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    P0171, P0174....then naturally P0300 and another P0300 pending. Fun stuff.

    It's running fine but who knows.......I hope it's just a MAF cleaning



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    Quote Originally Posted by knappyfeet View Post
    P0171, P0174....then naturally P0300 and another P0300 pending. Fun stuff.

    It's running fine but who knows.......I hope it's just a MAF cleaning



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    '83 200X

    Chicks love guys that ride trikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Canadian View Post
    What vehicle?
    2000 Chevy Express 1500....4.3.

    Every now and then there's a hiccup on the freeway that makes the "service engine soon" light come on. Today again.

    Runs fine now. 200000 care free miles.

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    Sorry I can't help too much on that one. Hoping it was a toyota.
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    '83 200X

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    Making syrup all weekend…

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