Discussion in 'Forestry Community' started by huskihl, Feb 15, 2019.
Another good rain and we should be greened up real good.
Been texting with a gal here the last couple of weeks...she’s my age, soon to be 53. We went to HS together. I made a comment about ‘...and I didn’t even stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night’...and this mf’r is my age, and just lost about the comment. I think I’m gonna steer clear...juss sayin!
Send his young ass my way...we ain’t no damn farmers around my property...but I’ll feed his ass...there’s plenty to do here!
Worked on the house all day.. Momma even had the pressure washer going this evening. On the couch now getting ready for the A-Main to start from Pevely Missouri. Come on #41.
Naw.....I'm gonna keep him.
...can’t blame ya there brother...seems like he’s got some sense about himself at his age.
Got this old craftsman about ready to go thanks to parts from Carl. I'm 2" of fuel line away. I'll grab it tomorrow from the local hardware. Anything special you guys use on these old mfers?
This same gal, like I said went to HS together, she’s still a good looking gal...just texted me and asked me who sings “18 and Life”...have you never heard of Skid Row and Sebastian Bach...After all this time. I’m thinking this one is worth a decent fuckk...and you gotta get gone. And I ain’t so damn sure I’m into that...be honest with ya. This gal was a slut back in HS...I hit that ass a couple of times back in those days in the 80’s. What rock you been living under...ask me who sings “18 and Life”...like you just now hearing this shitt! Pass 101 right here...
Tygon comes in a lot of different sizes...so it's good for stuff like that.
You can use automotive, small engines, snowmobiles and motorcycle lines, there's not a whole lot of right and wrong here when there's no proper replacement left, just what works and what don't.
Ugh. Thay haint got that at the local hardware. This will be a shelf sitter that needs to run. I want this off my bench.
He prolly heard ya right the first time. Lol
Your local auto parts store should be able to help if they're any account at all.
This was my thought, but I trust you bishes and didnt want to miss an obvious answer.
Looks like it's about 3/16" or so. Best part is you can take old Betsy right on in with ya and get one that fits proper.
I wanna do it right but it seems like the solutions for these old ones are like old tractors. I'm a modern parts swappers mostly in case you cant tell.
Well if it helps any, Homelite would have used just a plain black rubber line back in the day.
she’s telling you that she had a kid back then and it’s 99% chance it’s yours
trust us ? Come on now I thought you was smarter than that
Don't let her go
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