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Knucklehead97

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  1. You've got 1.75" coil spacers waiting for you at the winery. Enjoy
  2. Shhhhhhhhh..... she already knows I miss living in ol' Attalla with my family it was nice making 65k and not having rent to pay.
  3. Upon receiving them tonight so far I am VERY pleased with the fit of these caps. I will be installing completely on Thursday afternoon after work and will get some pictures for everyone. I slid one over the part of the bed side that doesn't have my tool box sitting on it and it fit the body lines perfectly. I don't plan to use the double sided tape for install so the fit will probably be tighter. I plan to install with self drilling button screws.
  4. I'm a young gentleman that came and talked to you about your Jeep at the winery a couple years ago... Good to see you on here again! Sadly I've moved out of my mom's house and live about an hour away in Leeds now. But what I would recommend for under 100$ is ZJ front coil Springs. (MOOG part Number CC782) Should get you about 1-1.5" of lift in the front which I would think would level it out perfectly with the weight of the winch/bumper.
  5. I really want a 28MM sway bar and a good ZJ 12.7 ratio steering box. Both would be a pain to ship is the only bad part...
  6. Thanks a bunch guys!!! I'm loving this little husky... Thankfully he is very good about not "going" inside the house. Waits for us to take him outside. My biggest training opportunity is how he acts with other animals. He is very aggressive.
  7. Upon us purchasing our first house (we close in 2 weeks!!!)my wife and I decided to get our first child... Meet Kodak 2 years old on June 17th, purebred Husky. I had a husky when I was 8 that passed away when I was 14. I loved that dog more than anything and this little guy is the spitting image of him except my other dog had 1 brown and 1 blue eye. My wife and I always wanted a husky and thankfully we found this one at a shelter because he killed a baby goat at his previous owners home. Already neutered and has all of his shots. Only cost 40$ to adopt him. Now to install a gate on my driveway so he can run around outside when we're not home... Enjoy!!!
  8. Doesnt look too bad. Good enough for me!
  9. Diamond plate. I plan to paint it Black. I've been looking for these for a LONG time...
  10. My 97 Sentra is a beast. 210k on the clock and only has needed a wheel bearing an an upper timing chain tensioner (both VERY easy to fix) it has the 1.6 DOHC engine that is known for how reliable it is... The car is super junky looking and I get made fun of at work for it but I love that I don't have a car payment and will be driving this thing for 10 more years at least. I paid 1600$ for the car and have put about 60k on the clock. Heat and air work perfect. Sentras stopped being reliable after '99 when they stopped using the 1.6 (if I remember correctly.)
  11. Happy Father's day to you all! As for me, I didnt even know it was father's day until a customer said "happy Father's day if you have kids!" to me. I responded with "oh, that's today? I didn't even know.". My father has been passed for 6 years now. And I just got married, no kids yet thankfully. I always tend to forget the day he passed, his birthday, and Father's day. He and I were extremely close. Probably the biggest blessing in my life is the fact that I was homeschooled my entire life and due to it was very close with my father and still am close with my mother. I call her daily since I moved. For anyone whose children don't care to keep in contact with them, thank you for still being their father/mother and caring for them. They will regret the time they wasted by not spending it with you. Even with how close I was with mine I regret not spending more time with them. Once again, happy Father's day to all
  12. It was built in '62. Definitely doesn't look like it was since it's been almost completely redone in the past 10 years. What would be the best way for me to handle the lead paint before kids come around? It's gonna be a few years, but I can add that to my list of things to fix/change.
  13. When furnace was mentioned earlier I thought old school furnace in the house. The newer style I meant was just your average outdoor central heating/cooling unit. As far as the paint goes, I meant that there is no lead paint in the house. The entire house has been repainted about 3 years ago and has no chips or peeling and is not lead based.
  14. Finally the landlord got someone out to get her a official asking price. The realtor that gave her a "appraisal based on comps" says it's worth 110. I had someone come out for me and they said 107. The seller told me her asking price is 105. But, she has decided to not use a Realtor due to it not being needed. I'm offering 100k with me paying closing costs, IF my lender's appraiser agrees that the house is worth 100k. Home inspection came back good, nothing I didn't know about. Roof is good, pipes are good, the fuse box is the only rough part but I plan to swap it immediately. No boiler or furnace since the house was upgraded to a more modern form of heating. No chimney. I used a lead paint test kit on a couple places of paint and they showed that there's no worry about lead fumes.
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