Ideas for Santa

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If ya'll need an idea for ole Santa, tell him you need a set of Gearwrenches. Darn near the best idea in hand tools that's come along in years and I haven't even broke one yet...
Of course some of you lard asses out there will want heated leather seats.....
Denny
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By the time they finish with my shoulder I'll be retired. Ain't planning on useing the tool's I have, unless it's to adjust a surf rod and reel.<G>

Your just friggin upset 'cause your fat ass won't fit in a heated leather bucket seat. Maybe they will come out with a heated bench seat or sofa size for ya. <VBG>
Roy

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I really feel'n sorry for Sue about now....... <GBMFG>
Sorry, it was there for the taking...

First hand knowledge coming from a tub-a-lard driving a 2500 diesel to move the lard around to having to go to a low-slung wagon with a high hp motor to haul it. What's the matter??? Getting too difficult to get that fat gut up a step or two??? The ole truck too top heavy to take corners???
Denny
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Not bad, not bad at all<VBG>

Wow!! You really are lashing out aren't ya. Must have one hell of a rash on that wide ride. What ya use corn statch by the 55 gal. drum? <BFG>
Roy

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Denny
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WTF are you doing??? You of all people know the rules about bringing facts in. Doing so is a sure sign that you are lashing out.
Big, nasty rash! <G>
Roy

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Ain't much surf in Southern FLA. Tampon, er I mean, Tarpon fishing in the flats looks like a lot of fun.
beekeep
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Daytona area. Anywhere ocean waves break on the beach and you can fish wearing in Jan is just fine with me.
Oh, dodge won't win a race!<G>
Roy
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Sorry, above should say "wearing shorts in Jan."
Roy

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I would like a cool down timer for my 12v.
Does Santa need the shipping address?
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Billy
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Agreed - though I finally broke one the other day, changing out the front shocks on my '03 (friggin' stud mounts on the upper shocks... would it have killed them to design a shock tower that used a simple eye mount? Wound up cutting the stud off with a recip. saw).
That's not the fault of the tool. I mean, I was using two 2-foot pipe extensions on the wrenches in an effort to break the stud nut loose. That's a little more torque than a 9mm wrench should be subjected to :)
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<BG> If that's what it takes to break them, I'll be ok. Most I ever do is hook a box end over the jaw of the open end to tug on.
Denny
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nawww it shoulda held up *grin*
now if it was a 20ft piece of tube then id say yea you exceeded the torque rating on the wrench
*even bigger grin*
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New Rancho 9000's???
FMB (North Mexico)
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Bilstein 5100's, actually :)
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wrote:

Well, you'll get Johnson but Kenseth a dnf? Your dreamin' !
Roy

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I recently put a high mileage 1995 (152k) 360 in a 92 dakota.
Well, it spark knocks some, just going down the road.
If i push it while accelerating 15mph - 65mph , it spark knocks pretty good and smokes white smoke..
I ASSUME this engine is box stock. ..... it came out of a 1995 1500 4x4 auto. Certainly did not look like a hot rod.
What causes these engines to spark knock??
Its using some oil... I assume the oil seals are gone. I has not shown any sign of blow by.
My 3.9 v-6 (in another 92 has always knocked a little bit, just cruising down the road. But DONT when accelerating.
MY 3.9 was using oil until I replaced the oil seals.
Any help with the spark knock issue would be appreciated.
Earl
NC
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Earl Groce wrote:

It's the manifold plenum gasket thats failed. That will result in your spark knock and oil consumption. Very very common with the older 360's.
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How does the manifold plenum gaskets affect oil consumption??????
Replacing those gaskets isn't much of a problem..
Earl
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