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Old 02-26-2013, 10:22 AM   #1471
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Yup it looks beautiful from the beach. If we get elmo's jeep running good then he can rent it out to the police. They can use it as a battering ram on crack houses. Put a hook on the stinger, then crunch it and yank away.
Ooooh thats a good idea

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Old 02-26-2013, 11:48 AM   #1472
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Ooooh thats a good idea
If you want I have a pneumatic harpoon. It fires a 65# 2 1/4 bar x36" long we clocked the round at 1800fps at 100 yds

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Old 02-26-2013, 11:55 AM   #1473
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If you want I have a pneumatic harpoon. It fires a 65# 2 1/4 bar x36" long we clocked the round at 1800fps at 100 yds
Ohh dont tempt me
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:01 PM   #1474
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Ohh dont tempt me
Noooooooo huevos
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:04 PM   #1475
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Revueltos.

How is the setting up going with the carb elmo?
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Hey Gunner got ur message. no prob, i beleive we weren't to far behind the pack. But we came across a yj on its side! Lol we helped him get straightened out, then found a really technical revine section(for cleggy)kind of in a ditch like drop point. There was no turning back once started kind of hairy at some points. I think a few of the pack honked at us while we were airin up at the bottom. Had a real good time! Im almost 100% sure ill be runnin the marble cyn, 2n17x on the 10th.
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Went good thanks to gunner. My return line was taking all the pressure away from the main line. So not enough pressure was going to the carb
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:44 PM   #1478
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Pepper runs sweeeeet. He is gonna be a climbing fool from now on.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:46 PM   #1479
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Had fun, got to hang with Elmo And Todd for the day and then met Mrs.Elmo and Baby Elmo. He looks just like the old man.
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Had fun, got to hang with Elmo And Todd for the day and then met Mrs.Elmo and Baby Elmo. He looks just like the old man.
Thanks gunner it was great to see u. Too bad u didnt get to see the girls as well
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:57 PM   #1481
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Hey Gunner got ur message. no prob, i beleive we weren't to far behind the pack. But we came across a yj on its side! Lol we helped him get straightened out, then found a really technical revine section(for cleggy)kind of in a ditch like drop point. There was no turning back once started kind of hairy at some points. I think a few of the pack honked at us while we were airin up at the bottom. Had a real good time! Im almost 100% sure ill be runnin the marble cyn, 2n17x on the 10th.
Your gonna have fun. We did a lot of side trails and just slipped and slid our way over the mountain. Hope to wheel with you soon.
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:03 PM   #1482
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You had daughters there you didn't show me? What afraid I would steal them and sell them to the gypsies.
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:36 PM   #1483
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You had daughters there you didn't show me? What afraid I would steal them and sell them to the gypsies.
No they were at school lol
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Did you get your welding done?
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Yeah. Burned my fingers thanks to odd
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:43 PM   #1486
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If u look closely at were the steering shaft slides up into the bottom of the column in the engine compartment u should see a clip/fastener ...it holds a plastic bushing/bearing up in the bottom of the column ....sometimes it comes loose and slides down making everything loose....if it is all intact then the plastic bushing/bearing needs to be replaced ....not a big deal ...A/Z or Napa will have it...
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The bushing had come out and was outside the housing. We both saw what needs to be done. Thanks, it was exactly what you said.
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Todd is a nice guy, you shouldn't call him Odd.
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:51 PM   #1488
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The bushing had come out and was outside the housing. We both saw what needs to be done. Thanks, it was exactly what you said.
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Hey no problem ....glad to help...
Happy it all worked out for u guys..
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Hey Elmo...of it happens again ...put it back together and throw a couple tack welds on it....it shouldn't give u anymore problems after that....
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Hey Elmo...of it happens again ...put it back together and throw a couple tack welds on it....it shouldn't give u anymore problems after that....
We still havent fixed. Whats the part called again?
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So just tap the bushing back in and hit the shaft with a kiss of bead?
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It sounds completely inappropriate to tap a shaft and kiss it with a bead . Lol
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Put the bushing/bearing back up in there..then slide the cup/cover back were it belongs and throw a couple of tacks (not a bead)...welds on it.. don't want to melt it.....no mo trouble ...!
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Put the bushing/bearing back up in there..then slide the cup/cover back were it belongs and throw a couple of tacks (not a bead)...welds on it.. don't want to melt it.....no mo trouble ...!
Sounds like a plan. You got that Elmo. Little weld and your golden. No parts to buy.
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Put the bushing/bearing back up in there..then slide the cup/cover back were it belongs and throw a couple of tacks (not a bead)...welds on it.. don't want to melt it.....no mo trouble ...!
I think i got
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The plastic bushing/bearing wasn't broken or missing pieces right?
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The plastic bushing/bearing wasn't broken or missing pieces right?
No just sliped out of the shaft. So were do i get a tack weld
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It sounds completely inappropriate to tap a shaft and kiss it with a bead . Lol
Your bad dude.
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Might have new folks to come out wheeling with us. YJs too. See I don't hate you all!
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Might have new folks to come out wheeling with us. YJs too. See I don't hate you all!
When im down for calico soon

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