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11th Hour for the Melt....

Time is ticking down...and I'll bet there are heaps of folks running their welders like crazy right about now....

Or their ratchets require cool downs....
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I bet your right. I just got done putting a locker in the rear and in the morning i'll tackle the front,with with birfield rings and new seals and felts. Then gotta work on the trailer hopefully be done by friday morning. Can't wait, like a kid waiting for santa.
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You got that right Crow. I'm just not looking forward to the job that's been laid at my feet!!
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Re: 11th Hour for the Melt....

oh hell ya! ive been a weldin fool the last week...lets see....tow bar mount.....tail lights mount...i still got a cb to hook up and wires to run and i think ill be all set....now if i can just find my tools again ill be good to go.....<u>See you all at the melt!!!</u>
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mitch has got to put our new shackles on the rear, and we have to pack... that is it! Might set up the new tent to figure out how it goes together...other than that i am takin it easy! See you all in four days or so!
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Re: 11th Hour for the Melt....

I just pulled a Marathon of 12hrs changing the front gears , oil in the engine, two oil leaks , changed all driveline oil , 2 u-joints, completely regreased the Birfs , new seal in the steering box , fixed the cb (again, pos) , head gasket , cracked valve (gotta get a rev limiter), bad rocker arm , and now I'm working on finishing an extra Weber setup for sale at the Melt in addition to the free one for the Raffle . After that , fix the garden tractor again , and finish mowing the yard . Then , I can go back to work on Monday and Tuesday . I'd rather leave today...
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Re: 11th Hour for the Melt....

Sarge- you have been working non stop is sounds like! I am happy th hear that the big projects seem to be finished for you.
Crow- Mitch got the rear shackles on... homemade missing links! I have been packing the truck and making a list of things so i don't forget anything. I am not going to be rushing around tuesday morning at 6:00 a.m.!! I am determined to have it all done by monday!
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Welding up front turn signal brackets so I'll be "legal"

Carefully breaking in the 1.6...

Building up my inventory of 2001 Melt videos (one is set side for the Trailwalker...)

looking for missing/loose parts -- oops! I found one! How important is that curved brace that goes under the transmission?
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Sarge...When that is all done, you'll build a low yield thermo nuclear device and become president of the PTA.....

Wow! Now that's being productive....Catch you there!
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Re: 11th Hour for the Melt....

hey ack..i actually attached my turn signals to the front body mounts with one screw...they are nice and solid and are out of the way until i can build a real bumper!

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