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Sounds like a race between the Pony Express and the Mayflower.....:Nailbiting:
You know what the first thing that comes to mind when I see your posts Dave...............
What were those engineers thinking when they designed...
Love this stuff!
Everyone keeps asking me that..........don't know why :Sneaky:
I love this! Not as much fun as Binky, but very informative :)
I will be retiring next spring and moving to Longview WA. I will make sure to look you up when we do!
So my suggestion to use the BFH was worth every penny you paid for it!
Great stuff as always.
Extra ponies or failed part?
Be a shame if parts ever do become completely unavailable........time for someone to step up and start making them. :)
One other thing to check is the crank pulley.......can cause some weird issues when failing.
Wouldn't the BFH fix that right up?
Sorry, but I think I would be doing a lot more than cringing...............:Nailbiting:
Anything could be made to work with enough money. But no, those will not just slide right in. Different brackets and different floor.
Have you researched "Jeep death wobble"? I know they had it for years, maybe something there to check.
Death wobble=wheel weight gone?
I know it felt like that on my company car last year......;)
Why not totes.......like the family in SC did.o_Oo_O
My opinion..........decide whether or not this is a car you want to keep, for a long time. I want to keep mine for a while longer myself. I put...
They don't care to even look. IMO most folks in the 20-30 yr old range are so used to throwing things away when they break, they don't even think...
The trouble light is on a reel.....