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Originally Posted by WILL View Post
My dad has an old manual transmission jack. Looks just like this one.

Will that is an old, dare I say antique transmission jack. Daniel's old transmission jack is hydraulic, only leaks a bit, but I'm sure that it is older than he is.

As the world turns I still have not finished putting a new clutch into the Red Jeep. Crazy people make me work (but I am still eating, smoking and drinking). And sometimes I would just rather play solitaire on a computer.

Spent several hours on Sunday removing a very large and annoying stump that has been ignored for a few years next to my storage barn. Just cut the growth off of the top each year for too many years. The damn thing had way too many roots, some around three inches in diameter. Dig, reciprocating saw, dig, lather repeat. Got tired, the Red Jeep is up on jack stands with no drive shafts connected.... Fired up the Blue Jeep and used a tow strap, backed it out so that I was done with that.

Poor Red Jeep... It's been weeks just sitting on jack stands... I need to finish that.


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