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About the_wizard_of_fire

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    Auburn, WA
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    im here, arent i?
  1. well, for myself, the law is.... useful, but shouldn't apply to me. reason being, you never really want to call me when I'm driving, cause for the most part, i will ignore the conversation, and drive. kind of like listening to the radio while driving, thats about as distracted as i let myself get. BUT i accept that i am the exeption to the rule, and most people who talk om the phone driving are scary as hell.....
  2. Cotter pins are a "once" use item, and should never be re-used :no: Correct. One or both legs gets bent over 180 degrees to lock it in place. By the time you bend it, straighten it out for removal, then bend it again -- it's pretty well work hardened and on the ragged edge of failing. I confess to having reused them in an emergency, but it really is a "NO-NO!" And no hubs come with cotter pins. The cotter pin is not part of the hub assembly, it's part of the stub axle assembly. Cotter pins are a "consumable" item in automotive repair shops. Tie rod ends sometimes come with replacements, but I can't remember anything else that does. If you don't have an assortment of cotter pins next to your toolbox, you're not a real Jeeper. i reuse cotter pins all the time, and actually have never had one break....(though i do realize its just a matter of time....
  3. holy crap, that NEEDS to be on a tee shirt.... i would so put that on my daughter....
  4. me too.... as long as it was into a wall.... :nuts:
  5. a sheetmetal bed is gonna weigh about as much as a fiberglass canopy/topper.
  6. my vote goes to pete, leagaly. though i don't know whether he has the equipment to relpace the roof....
  7. http://www.convertcase.net :banana: ....... :thumbsup: i so put that in my favorites....
  8. :eek: holy-flaming-rubber-bouncy-balls-i-want-that-hat!
  9. I FOUND A BETTER MISSPELLING THAN THE ONE ABOVE: ok, boys and girls, if you thought you wanted to buy that "Commanchi" try this on for size: http://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/cto/1648770283.html :fool: :thwak:
  10. personally, mine is always on power. people who touch that switch get their hand slaped... :fool:
  11. its ok... you can find better, if you look but if you have the $$ and like the looks, go for it.
  12. its an X shaped pipe that crosses the exhaust pipes . \ / . \ / . X---X pipe . / \ . l l . l l . I I lame that took me tike 19 min to look good, them the forum broke it...
  13. our trucks need an X pipe for backpressure, otherwise you might get different levels on either side, which would make it run funky.
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