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  • Noel
    replied to 1950
    Ryan, you rremind me of a small dog. Lots of yap and little for bite. But that's my opinion. Happy Birthday by the way.

    So you raised a hand and took an oath. They did that in Germany as well didn't they? Might I suggest the history channel instead of sports net to catch up? But yes,...
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  • Noel
    replied to 1950
    I have. And I respect a man who walked further, noticed more, and paid attention along the way.
    Yes...I am an idiot. Smarter then some idiot's dumber then others out there that's for sure. While
    I was thinking idiot, and I agree it was insinuated, I didn't call him that. I used the 5 letter
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  • I have a system where every year I get new windows. Usually in the spring. That's typically when I remove and wash them. It works for me.

    That attic fan is an under looked item. While I didn't go all in, when I replaced the insulation in my attic space I installed one on one end to vent...
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  • Noel
    replied to 1950
    Now if my opinion was to express that you were an idiot, would that be construed as helpful in pointing out anything besides my belief as you have done, without any support to why you or I feel that way? Because that's what I'm thinking?

    You had an opportunity to speak your opinion on Armistice...
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    Last edited by Noel; Yesterday, 05:06 PM. Reason: A 5 letter word for cat.

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  • I'm not buying into new windows. To heck with that I say. When they start putting low E argon gas filled triple glaze in cars, maybe. Until then no. Even when they do, doubtful I will. Why, because I have heat and central AC.
    I wonder what the carbon foot print is for those new windows?
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  • Between shoveling snow and cleaning house things have been slow moving. I call it the winter blues but seasonal depression is probably a more apt term of description. Waiting on a fuel pump is like waiting to visit the dentist. You want it to happen just to get it over with and be done with it. I feel...
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  • Noel
    replied to 1976 Quadrajet Factory Settings?
    75mph... I'm going to have to visit Texas just to blow the carbon out.

    I don't think we have a road in Canada that allows for anything above 110k, or 68mph? Not that I haven't been clocked over it...twice in one day actually, but it seemed a high number hearing it mentioned?
    It's...
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  • Noel
    replied to 1950
    I'm actually very good company and a pretty good host to guests who visit. Short notice you get the couch but if you let me know your coming too visit, I'll clean the spare room of car parts and you'll get a bed with clean sheets....
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  • Noel
    replied to 1976 Quadrajet Factory Settings?
    Is it just me or do you drive fast Chris? What's the speed limit in your parts because you are cruising over it in most areas I'm accustomed to driving? Lol. You by chance a hooligan?...
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  • Noel
    replied to 1950
    You would have hoped an Armistice Day would have been enough. Guessing the reason for the change was not having learned from the past history, it needed repeating enough times that we now have to remember?

    Lest we forget. Been my experience people do. But there was a time when as Franze...
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  • Up here that inline pump was a $70 dollar bill. Although I have one attached to the motor seen in this pic below...I chose not to remove it for that Kia.
    lol. It was to much work to unwrap the plastic.
    I didn't buy the $450 one up here I bought on line eBay from who knows where? But in...
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  • Well I went on line and ordered a fuel pump. Found out it's supposed to be pumping 42psi. It's not. But it is pumping. Now for the three week wait.

    I've been thinking about this crank pully. I should have looked it over a bit closer, or removed it for a better inspection. Seems my reading...
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  • Noel
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    Maybe Zig can post a picture and we can see what he's up against?...
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  • Noel
    replied to Reflooring dump bed
    It's been a while since I dabbled in this, but from what I recall, this is some where between adding a layer of harder material to resist deformation/puncture from dropped boulders and rock, as it is adding material thickness to absorb the force of them dropping?
    After re-reading my advice
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  • Noel
    replied to Spot welder for 16ga steel?
    I'm not sure? I'm guess an average size guy should do the job? Those tongs seems pretty small to hold a really big guy in place but who knows for sure?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5Bhqp4AFr0...
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  • Noel
    replied to Reflooring dump bed
    Something low hydrogen, E7018 as an example would work. Preheating maybe if it's cold out and your worry is rapid cooling causing contraction cracking and brittleness, using GMAW solid wire for instance.
    As for welding all seams, yup, for the reasons mentioned. Give some thought to your welding...
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  • LOL!!! Yes he should have. So I guess the Bubble Yum gum worked then?
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  • Noel
    replied to Pipepro 400 wireless remote repair?
    I say get out the small screw drivers and open it up. Take pictures. Inquiring minds are curious. So are some of us monkeys named George.
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  • I looked on ebay and found a couple of factor paper manuals. One for a 2002 and one for a 2006. they looked a little thin to be holding much for information however when compared to a GM service manuals?
    Then I found an online manual. Cole's Notes version, it to was light on information. I...
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  • Acting like a mechanic...that about sums it up. lol. Couldn't catch a break in Hollywood but I'm still acting.
    I have three criteria to ownership of a vehicle. Is it safe to drive, reliable to be driven, and can I afford to own it. That latter part is always in question? Well, if I can fix it...
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