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  1. Bigmac

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    True, it also most cars reality! lol If you only saw the fist pic it would look great, and the car auctions it amazing how bad some of the cars are! Went to a few car auction(mecum) and it’s a shock to see how much junk is out there! Most old cars are hiding something that’s less than perfect!
     
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    redline4 I'm huge in Japan

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    That's another reason I am dragging my feet so much on my Chevelle. I want everything perfect. Even the stuff nobody can see.
     
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    Holy crap i never even noticed the deer.

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  5. Bigmac

    Bigmac Here For The Long Haul!

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    A resto takes way more time and money than anybody would ever think! And the car shows on tv, don’t do the process justice, much of the time it a 1-2 years to build a fully restored car, with several guys working on it almost full time! It took Me four years, to do mine, and 1-1/2 years of really pushing hard, it felt like I was doing nothing but working on the dang car!
     
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    What a bunch of dummies. Running a crane and its lightning out.[​IMG]

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    redline4 I'm huge in Japan

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    Engine finally showed up.
    Starting to look like a truck again.
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    What was wrong with that one?

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    Dub11 Some body poisoned the watering hole!

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    Yes square body’s can do it! With the right power plant and suspension.....a good set of brakes, tires and cage would be advisable! Lol
     
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    redline4 I'm huge in Japan

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    Ate a valve.

    Done.

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    Ed, why did you drive all the way to stl for me to do your alignment?

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    Cuz I'm a baller yo!
    Pimpin aint e-z in central Wisconsin.
     
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    Dam a truck that new with that kinda trouble.

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    It's a 14 with 56,000 miles or so.
    I have had broke chit come off the transport with 3 miles on it.
     
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    mdavlee Hillbilly grinder

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    If you’re pushing that hard your sharpening isn’t up to par. I’ve milled a ton and only had to pull the trigger and put a hand on the mill to lower the vibrations of it. It should almost pull through the wood itself. Rakers will be lower than you expect them to be.
     
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    Ill have to check that. We mill alot of hardwood so i just assumed it was harder to cut. Do you use a ripping chain? How do you set up your chain?
     
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    Square filed with a little forward lean I’d guess
     
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    Poor 362. I've never witnessed someone so dangerously using a chainsaw. It's the homeowner of a job were plumbing. We started digging a hole for a sewage lift crock and ran into a rather large stump that was buried 40 years when the house was built. I'm guessing cottonwood because the yard had at least 20 of them. I spent a solid 5 hours filing chain off of the bar for him while he tried getting it out. A good portion is still there![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Square filed with 2-3 degree forward lean and rakers lower than normal so around .028-.030”.
     
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