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Old 03-16-2008, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3 Days of Scout bliss! Wife left me a lone, only broke my welding hood, and most parts fit!

SOA completed, lots of IHC stuff moved, parted, etc. I'll order my steering stuff in the AM. I'm going to attempt to tap my box for the ram this week. Brakes, driveshafts, and cage then its on!

Rant on: I hate paying $$ for parts that don't fit worth a shit and having to cut them in half, remove .5" and weld them back up. That and it has been so long I forgot that the same vendor still owed me another U-bolt plate. That crap blew the junkyard time I had hoped for alone. Rant off.

Binderbasher............look familiar?
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Old 03-16-2008, 10:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Binderbasher............look familiar?[/QUOTE]

Yup, yup... Its looking good, my scout has been sitting in the driveway feeling neglected for the last couple of weeks.
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Old 03-17-2008, 01:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Saturday: Slept in late after a night out with a friend, finished up some work on some Great Western Binder Bee art and got ready and went to work.

Sunday: Helped a co-workers husband diagnose a problem with his MR2, parts we'll be in next week and we'll be fixing it. It's so odd to work on a forign car after wrenching on IH's for so long. Everything is smaller and hard to get to. At least the engine is in the middle so it didn't get in the way. After that watched the Bristol race on fast forward from the DVR, got ready and went to work. Missed out on Binderbounds rager of a birthday party

Pretty stock sucky weekend for me. Saw Scout Broker's end product after his SOA with his scout. Thought about the Gm 44 housing I have sitting at my parents house just waiting for me to bust the knuckles off of it. Figure if I start working on it in April I may have it done for Binder Bee 2010.
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Went to Fugly's place and set my camper on the front of my GN. It's just ghetto rachet strapped down for now.... I working out just how I'm going to bolt it down. Also spent a little time working on the spare tire winch for the trailer. Pics here
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Old 03-17-2008, 07:42 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Sat: Lite wheeling with the Scout club. No great pics, no great damage on my part.

Sun: B-day BBQ at Binderbounds place.
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Took a car to Pick-N-Pull, humm that's different, normally I just bring chit home.
Made a battery mount to fix the issue from last weekend's wheeling. The stock "tin" base bent up which allowed the rod to lean over and short out on the side battery post. A piece of fuel line will prevent that and I used lock nuts on everything too.

Sunday watch the air show and had a good time.
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Old 03-17-2008, 09:35 AM   #9 (permalink)
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friday: installed new water softner and water heater in g/f house

saturday: help parents move. spent most of day crawling in a blown insulation attic running new circuits for outlets and lighting

sunday: changed ujoint in driveshaft on scout and got chevy 1 ton m/c to replace other junk m/c. need to fab 1/2 spacer to get m/c to bolt up.
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Sat- led a 'supposed' stock friendly trail ride that turned into massive cluster fuck. Deep snow, closed trails, and inexperianced wheelers made the day semi crazy. We all had fun, it just didnt go the way I had hoped.
Scout Broker's first time out. Yes, I popped his 'real' wheeling cherry.


uglyscout on his new bead locks

Me screwin around, as always

Sun- worked on the TJ job some. Came home to a surprise birthday party. Never had one of those so I was 'surprised'.
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Scout Broker's first time out. Yes, I popped his 'real' wheeling cherry.
When do I get my yellow pants.....
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Those cross town moves are worse that moving across the country. When will you be in the new place?

Worked some on SAT, then gathered parts for the power steering conversion.
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Friday- picked up a 14bolt and dana 44 front out of a 3/4 chevy. With 4.88s already

Saturday- dug into the axles a little bit. pretty pleased with the deal really dont need to be rebuilt. possibly turn the rotors but its looking pretty good. Now debating on front lockers

Sunday- slept in way to late and tried to study through a headache for finals this week.
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Worked on an OBW setup and mounted it all in an ammo box.
Just got off the phone with Jim, adapter blanks are done. He's picking them up Wensday and I should have my caddy adapter Sunday
Possablity of moving down the street in a month. Nice big house with a large garage! finally....
filed my fafsa paperwork for the summer. going back to college for a welding degree.
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Old 03-17-2008, 05:19 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Hosted a birthday party for my 80 year old Mom in Portland. She is the youngest of 4, and all made the party (one all the way from New Jersey).

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did nothing scout related... just didnt get up the energy to do too much of anything this weekend...
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Thursday was at a rifle range, shot a 33 chevy, and a 34 Studebaker full of holes with a 45 glock and 1906 springfield, more info on that next year this time

Sun went to the boneyard and found this laying on the ground in the ice but the doner was nowhere to be found. Anyone know what it is?

Also found the contractor top with 4 pristine doors, 17"x 45.5" per door, now I have to find a use for them or find a sucker to sell them to

Then went to my moms and decided to push the pontoon boat into the lake with the garden tractor, sorry no pics, but I got the tractor stuck on the beach and had to drag a winch down the hill to pull the tractor out. The Ice heaved the boat lift 2 ft so the boat won't moor properly, and will be a clusterfuck to get back in place, 4 hour monkey fawk for that Forgot to set the alarm today and was 2 hrs late for work. Once at work had to start covering up the bullet holes from thursdays fun
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Gansta Movie? Or Bonnie and Clyde? We had the trucks and that were shot up in the Bridge scene in the Untouchables movie. Also the Ford Tri-motor plane.

Just getting ready for Moab EJS myself. Friggin Colorado has some Bullshit emission laws on Diesels. 30% opacity max. No problem, I'll turn it down, run it through and back up it goes.
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Sat - A day of wheeling to celebrate St. Patty's Day and to take my new Traveler out. Came home to find out that we were babysitting for a now old friend. They are Mexican, so they have me, the Irishman through my mom's side of the family, stay home so they can party on MY holiday. Wait until Cinco De Mayo bitches, you are babysitting my cat. /Rant

Sun- Slept in until noon, and then signed up for a church softball league.
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Old 03-17-2008, 07:31 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Fixed the power trim/tilt on the incredible sinking bass boat. Cleaned house. Thought about finishing the rear axle ARB install for the DD. Didn't get the STaK this week. Something about being at the EJS. Should have it before the end of the month.
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Those cross town moves are worse that moving across the country. When will you be in the new place?
Tell me about it...I am moving only about 6.5 miles from where I live now...and it feels like I am moving overseas...

At least it is a chance to weed through some of the shit I have collected the past 4 years...

I will have some tech to post when I move though...it will involve a Scout and a Uhaul truck...
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Messed around in the garage tonight since it's cold and rainy outside. Sliced up some 10 beveled washers out of a piece of 0.75" DOM for a little "busy work" project I'm working on. Simple and easy with the right saw.
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