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    Re: Kermit recovering from the Harvey Flood

    Glad you got it sorted out, buddy.
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    Re: Kermit recovering from the Harvey Flood

    Poor Kermit can't catch a break. How'd your house and family fare? We got lucky here in Cypress.... 90% of my neighborhood was under water though
  3. Re: rear bumper build.....couldn't buy the crap out there

    Very nicely done!
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    Re: Video ads

    Dammit Steve... now I'm hungry for rice
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    Re: Pook needs a drink....

    I like it. Looking forward to the finished product
  6. Re: When slowing to crawl feels like rumble strips?

    Mine does the exact same thing. Rotated tires and it calmed down for a bit if I recall correctly.
    Doing it again big time now.

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    Re: Replacing stereo with Android tablet

    I've been considering an upgrade as well. I would like bluetooth instead of the old school Sony 1-din cd player I have now. chinavision.com has android radios for a good price. msmoorenburg got...
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    Well, I didn't get the job with AutoTrader. I'm pretty bummed about that. Guess I'm going to be hitting this roofing job pretty hard!
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    With roofing, I'll make my own hours. Obviously, the more I work, the more potential I have to earn money. So, I foresee weekends, yes, but not a 12.5 hour saturday like car sales.

    With...
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    Well, I hate to jump the gun, but that phone interview with AutoTrader went well. It's not my dream position like the other one was, but it could still double my old salary and solve a LOT of...
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    Re: The Challenge Build

    Congrats good buddy!
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    Thanks, buddy. All I know is that I had a customer that sold roofs and made a killing. I know I'm not the salesman he is, but if I'm half of what he is... well I'll be very well off.

    I'll keep...
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    Well, I didn't get the gig with AutoTrader... they decided to take the easy road and move an internal employee to the position. Farkers.

    On another note, I just can't afford to feed my family on...
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    Re: Could use a few prayers

    Well, 6.5 months in and I am still here. Been searching for another job the entire time with not much luck.... until now :D I found a position with AutoTrader and the job description sounds like a...
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    Well, aired up the tires Sunday and took it out and about the neighborhood. Runs extremely well and is a ton of fun. Temp gauge likes to peg itself after a short while though... it's liquid cooled...
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    Patrick came over and helped me bleed the brakes and got it running again. Took it for a spin down the street and back.... Not fun turning on low tires lol

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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    https://youtu.be/GEtQwGs6Sbo

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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    Thanks bud. I soaked the hell out of them with carb cleaner and threw it back on for now. It runs and after a while I was able to give it throttle. Pegged the temp gauge, but I'll have to inspect...
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    This morning is carb day. Stupid Chinese scooters....
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    So I got a few minutes to work on it today. The master cylinders I ordered were the wrong ones. The brake line was on the wrong side of the cylinder, the mirror hole was the wrong size and the...
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    Re: The Challenge Build

    Might as well replace the chain while you're in there. "Preventative maintenance"
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    So I took a few minutes and installed the new battery that came in yesterday. I didn't want to run it too long until I get the oil changed. It's been in there for a minimum of 4 years and who knows...
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    The make/model is a Diamo Turisra 300 but it's all Linhai parts. Is Linhai a Yamaha?

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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    I just ordered the battery from amazon and master cylinders from ebay... damn chinese scooters and your hard to find parts. Oh well, those items only put me back $80, so I cant complain.
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    Re: Project "Wild Hog"

    Yup. I've never really wanted a scooter. Well, maybe a vespa, but I find myself excited to get this thing running and driving. It's supposed to get 75 mpg.
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