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  • I wish I could say after replacing the cracked vac line, and the fuel pressure regulator, problem solved things are going good...I wish I could say that, but I can't.
    What I can say is they didn't get worse. Lol. it was sounding smoother?

    There's been a few developments. After this...
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  • Noel
    replied to Tungsten type
    I watched a video explanation of a distributor cap and rotor, with an explanation that accounted for the deposit that accumulates on the post of the cap. I don't remember it well, but it had to do with temperature, arc plasma, and voltage over time. I mention this because when your welding with GTAW,...
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  • I thought to mention, it looked harder to do then it was.
    Oh yea. and removel was easy. That spider injector was a filthy oily dirty son of a I should have worn gloves. But really, easy peezy, no brainer or much for brains required. That's it on the right side.
    These were most of the...
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  • Well I got it off. Drove the spirl spike into the heart of the yellow beast, pulled it out and finished the job with Mr. Craftsman Flat Head and Mr. Hammer. Took some effort, 1/2' of tear to prove it, but it spun off finally.
    Getting into this I new I'd discover a few things. The short cap and...
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  • Noel
    replied to Jeep Door Dolly
    I used to own one. 1977 CJ7 Levi edition. 304V8 and a three speed.
    But my idea of a jeep isn't off road and mud it's a no top and no doors custom Jeepster.
    So that what I like and how I'm rolling in building another Jeep.

    And not being a quitter, I make slow progress on...
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  • I'm not sure about my mental health. I see a deal, get an impulse and the next thing you know I own a Van. Your probably wondering why and rightly so, just because you can doesn't mean you should after all. But I had the notion it might come in handy? Initial inspection suggested a bit of effort and...
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  • Noel
    replied to GREAT NEWS Tack
    Well that explains things, lol. Clearly it does. Hmm? I'm going to do some back reading of this conversation and see where I wasn't paying attention and things took a surprize left turn.
    McNuggets eh? You could have said grainy, a bit dry and great with a dipping sauce....
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  • Noel
    replied to GREAT NEWS Tack
    Ok...deep fried breaded eyeballs? Excuse me for asking the question, what animal goes blind for this delicacy? Lol. I'm also going to ask, what's the texture like? Hard boiled egg?...
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  • Noel
    replied to Square holes - a new idea
    A guy has to drill a lot of square holes to justify spending that money. Guess there is a tool for everything and ebay's selling it....
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  • Noel
    replied to Orbital Welding Stainless Pipe
    I'm curious to ask, do you use these in house or have you sourced outside work to make them pay?...
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  • Noel
    replied to Orbital Welding Stainless Pipe
    And that is why when Franz talks, I don't mind listening....
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  • Noel
    replied to Square holes - a new idea
    If readily available a link to purchase one would have been helpful?...
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  • So what happens now ref? 4 minutes for high sticking? Or is this a game misconduct? I asked a few question and what did I get for response? Wah, wah, wah, cry me a river.
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  • That's it eh? No pictures, no explanation, no excuse or back story?
    Maybe it's me but I have better things to do with my time and officially declare I will no longer reply to your posts. You and Darren share the title of banished from my circle of sharing knowledge.
    Harsh as it sounds,...
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  • Noel
    replied to Lazy is the mother of invention
    I say if it makes life easier and actually works, you did good.
    Necessity it seems is the mother of invention.
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  • I'm not sure if this was a success or a fail in my attempt to modify a bolt pattern and drill vent holes. I didn't flip the patter to make left and right, not that I can say it would have made a difference?
    Found out I missed a hole, or rather was in such a mindless state drilling holes I didn't...
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  • It's as simple as you thought. One large box and plenty of tape. Instant purge room....
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  • Noel
    replied to Tungsten type
    I have to ask, how would you describe a unstable arc? This seems to be what's at issue and if you describe that, it could indicate if the balance is off, current is to high, arc is to long, or gas shield was to low to be effective? A picture surely wouldn't hurt....
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  • Noel
    replied to Carolina Reaper peppers anyone?
    I'd eat that in a heart beat. Looks tasty, full of flavor and packing heat. Those pictures had the gastric juices flowing like Pavlov's dog.
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  • Creative thinking solves problems. Installing a coil spring, that's a problem. I've found the equation of thinking + welding+ heating = solutions.
    Always start with the easy side.
    Then do the hard side. The hard side is the dark side, far side, the difficult side to reach.
    Then when...
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