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Old 04-10-2004, 12:09 AM   #11
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So is the actual cab caved in? or just the door thats compromised?
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Old 04-10-2004, 12:34 AM   #12
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Depends, What do you call comprimised? Took a crowbar and some NASCAR bodywork to get the door opened the first time...











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Old 04-10-2004, 12:37 AM   #13
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Awww heck, thats not t-boned, just a whiskey ding LOL, Still a good looking truck with a little TLC and some paint! Yeah that bearing is kinda gone, looks like it might have been on borrowed time for a while
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Heh... "Some time"... Let'* just say, ever since I bought it with an oil leak... It ran without oil quite a few times, then I replaced the oil pressure sender and quit checking the oil, bad idea. There'* another leak somewhere else.
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Oh, they were T-Bones, she'* still paying off the 02 cherokee that got totalled and the 95 half ton that had $2900 in work...
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MAN shes tough on cars or unlucky!

I gotta give her the benefit, my sister has an 00 Civic, hit 3 times in 2 years and none of it her fault, once in a parking lot, someone backed out into her, once parked on the street, someone uninsured backed into her, FAST, and another time rear ended at 30mph stopped at a red light. I cant believe that poor Civic has been able to be ressurected every time LOL
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LOL, they must have went to the same driving school....
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Quote:
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Mike, have you already mounted the pump? yours sounds like a fun project
Sorry it took me a while to respond, I was reading truck posts for a while.

I already have the new PS box mounted but the pump is just sitting there. HOpefully on Sunday I can take another look at it and see how I can get the pump mounted. I mean I already have a bracket on the motor and I would maybe nee a spacer for the pump to be centered on the engine pulley, but the braket that ties to the ALT is different, and the hoses are possibly a bit short.)

Too bad I have to work tomorrow :(
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Whadda ya know, i got an L27 that spun a bearing (we think) in my garage right now...
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Hey, I picked up a test engine yesterday. It'* the briggs, I've got four others just like it, Mom just can't get over that fact... I'm also going to try my hand at this P&P work. I found a guy that will let me use his shop for doing the labor to put electricity in it He'll even teach me what I need to do and the whole nine yards. Then again this guy is old enough to be my grandfather and he knows what bartering is...
You lost me on this part, do you mean Briggs as in Briggs and Straton, and what are you planning??
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