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Old 05-14-2019, 02:54 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I don't need any help beyond English and typing lessons. pills just zombie me out and doc's don't know shit about the brain for me to trust taking them. all those mass shooters? they were on pills, you want me on pills? lolololololol

Every problem I've ever had I could solve with work, all I find are jobs that don't pay shiut because i like to work, bosses want robots that follow instructions, don't think and clock in and out.

That flooded ammo shit forget it, It was all scrapped after testing a few rounds and threatening the boss, It was obtained legally with all the .gov permission slips signed and current.

I worked restaurant's for 15 years, factories, a pattern shop for foundries, distribution centers it's all the same old shit. driving a half legal box truck picking up brass from prisons and police training ranges, mining ranges for lead, working out of my 10x20 garage fixing coworkers cars just to pay rent. dragging scrap out of the creek and lake in town just to get food. eating free pizza from work 7 days a week so I wasn't hungry.

I don't deserve shit I can't Earn, I earn all I have good and bad, I don't want much but dirt is fuckin expensive, then I have to do as I'm allowed on it. Rent would be easy to pay if the gov wouldn't have set a minimum rent with their affordable housing bullshit. I was delivering pizza hustling my garage using 60% of my income just for rent, then hearing from the fuckstains in gov housing, " this the projects we got it bad you gotta tip us" they got it bad paying $20 bucks for 5 dollar worth of food only using 30% of there documented income for rent and utilities, so rough how do they manage. No shame I guess.

I've worked in 4 auto repair shops and its always the same old shit. I'm not formally trained but I started my training with broken toys, then bikes then stuff with engines. 14 years old I was swapping rad & water pump on a 88 olds delta 88 305 sbc. took me three times to get the gasket to set and not leak. Rufus (stepdad) drove that bitch for three years after. He could build anything out of wood paint anything so it would last forever. Put in 30 years at PH Glatfelter paper mill as a painter. His first wife never worked so she got half of everything! he retired living the good life with my mom and I on 1 3/4 acres in the country surrounded by farms and fields only 6 homes on a 2 mile road. after he divorced her he moved to a 12x50 trailer in a crowded park in town. I hated his view of me but I learned to respect the hell out of him later. Damn good man, even if we never saw eye to eye, he was too old fashioned and didn't understand my deficiencies. He sure saw to work them out of me. I spent better part of the first summer there hauling rocks in a bucket to fill a leach pit for the kitchen and laundry drain. 9 yrs old day in day out till the pile was gone and hole was filled.

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"you miserable son of a bitch" You married her!
"boy if you had brains you'd be dangerous"
Cussing like a sailor on the way to church, singing hymns in the pew, cussing on the way home
This life you have laid out here seems normal for me and I'm sure the majority of the folks on here.

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Old 05-14-2019, 05:26 AM   #52 (permalink)
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Hey Guy, ever thought about being a septic cleaner? You seem really good at bringing up old shit.









But seriously, I get the feeling posting this stuff is cathartic somehow for you. If it is, keep it up. (Just keep it this here thread, mmmkay? )
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Old 05-14-2019, 05:40 AM   #53 (permalink)
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All I need is work to be proud of, at a rate I can handle, that supports me. can't find that shit anywhere, its all a scam all about "me" and how hard can I fuck the customer. gimmie, gimme, gimme, get, get, get, give little to nothing. I've watched a guy collect ammo to be destroyed ammo that was confiscated by authority, then dumped on me to be repackaged, case numbers sharpied over and sold to the public. I believed in that cause fuck destroying good ammo.

ammo that got drowned in a hurricane flood, bought for scrap then sold as "blemished rejects"

guns bought for pennies untested then sold to newbs for double their value that didn't even fire

being handed the breech and barrel of a firearm told to make the barrel longer cause some fool didn't account for the kerf and it was a millimeter too short

Instructed to add 10w40 when 5w30 is speced and a qt of lucas goo so it appears the engine doesn't knock and has oil pressure

testing a $600 shitbox that fucking RUNS!, the customer buying it and putting 8000 miles on it in 4 months, with only an oil change and more used tires.

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need more anti-seize on the lug nuts Guy
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Old 05-14-2019, 06:56 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Old 05-14-2019, 07:29 AM   #56 (permalink)
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Thanks. They're almost identical to the slot wheels the FSJs came with, which is why I want them. Hopefully I can find em cheaper than a set of originals.
Considering the Sammy has the ford 5 on 5.5 I'd say they are an old ford slot. Many came on f150s and broncos.

Just a guess.
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Old 05-14-2019, 08:30 AM   #57 (permalink)
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So how much are the wheels?
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Old 05-14-2019, 08:34 AM   #58 (permalink)
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So how much are the wheels?
Refurbished originals run about 375 each. The US mag versions are 145 each. The FSJ is a 6x5.5 bolt pattern, same as chevy. I'm still hunting and hoping I can find some used ones since I'm in no rush at the moment.
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Refurbished originals run about 375 each. The US mag versions are 145 each. The FSJ is a 6x5.5 bolt pattern, same as chevy. I'm still hunting and hoping I can find some used ones since I'm in no rush at the moment.
1962-1973 were 5 on 5.5 :P
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Refurbished originals run about 375 each. The US mag versions are 145 each. The FSJ is a 6x5.5 bolt pattern, same as chevy. I'm still hunting and hoping I can find some used ones since I'm in no rush at the moment.
When I was in college, I went to a junkyard that was filled with slot mags. All you could want, $14 each. Steel wheels were seven.
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Old 05-14-2019, 09:35 AM   #61 (permalink)
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1962-1973 were 5 on 5.5 :P
The rims I want were from 74-79. I didn't know the early stuff was 5 lug. Everything I've seen for them was 6 lug.
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When I was in college, I went to a junkyard that was filled with slot mags. All you could want, $14 each. Steel wheels were seven.
Thanks for rubbing it in Frank.

Apparently they are still more common up north but by the time the rims get shipped its a wash. They don't have to be originals, just similar. I like the look.
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The rims I want were from 74-79. I didn't know the early stuff was 5 lug. Everything I've seen for them was 6 lug.
Had a set of those on a Chevelle that I had back in the late 80's. 5x4.75. They didnt have the cone to self center but used an oval washer.
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It may be a year or two before I get to them but I have an orrigonal set in a pile on our family property.... I seem to remember them being small 5 lug but they might be 6..... they were not 5x5.5. Anyhow I have a good memory for stupid shit like this and years from now there will be a post "who wanted these wheels" when the time comes they are yours if you can use them rooney
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Had a set of those on a Chevelle that I had back in the late 80's. 5x4.75. They didnt have the cone to self center but used an oval washer.
Unilug. Ive got a pair in my yard like that. 5 x 4.5/4.75/5, depending on the washer you use.

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Refurbished originals run about 375 each. The US mag versions are 145 each. The FSJ is a 6x5.5 bolt pattern, same as chevy. I'm still hunting and hoping I can find some used ones since I'm in no rush at the moment.
I have as set of older American Racing in the garage, might be 14 inch. I'll dig them out and double check. But I do believe they are these..

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Kinda like these:
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I have as set of older American Racing in the garage, might be 14 inch. I'll dig them out and double check. But I do believe they are these..

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Unilug... 5 x 4.5/4.75/5, depending on the washer you use.

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If they are 6 lug 15" I'm most definitely interested.
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It may be a year or two before I get to them but I have an orrigonal set in a pile on our family property.... I seem to remember them being small 5 lug but they might be 6..... they were not 5x5.5. Anyhow I have a good memory for stupid shit like this and years from now there will be a post "who wanted these wheels" when the time comes they are yours if you can use them rooney
I'll keep an eye peeled for that post.
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