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Re: installing sleeves

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Dell (WA)

10-17-2012 18:47:15

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boler 76........don't bother yer time with freezing. Gitta pound of DRY-ICE ($1, cheap) from the grocery store (yellow pages) Make a spool of 2-wooden roundy pieces, (they don't haffta be perfectly round, just the bottom on hassta fit thru the sleeve) and some 1/2" all-thread and 4-nuts. Fill the sleeve with chips of DRY-ICE and wait a couple of minutes. With GLOVED hands, slip the DRY-ICE cold sleeve down yer cylinder block. Now un-nut the bottom roundy piece and capture the DRY-ICE chips innna buckett and repeat fer the next sleeve and cylinder. Simple, eh? ........frosty Dell

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10-17-2012 18:49:18

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 Re: installing sleeves in reply to Dell (WA), 10-17-2012 18:47:15  
Dell, I know dry ice is the answer, but I am 75 miles away from any dry ice supply!

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10-18-2012 08:10:54

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 Re: installing sleeves in reply to boler76, 10-17-2012 18:49:18  
Forget the dry ice, I can't buy it here in my part of FL either. Watch the Old Hokies video and see how easy they drive.

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Dell (WA)

10-17-2012 19:18:50

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 Re: installing sleeves in reply to boler76, 10-17-2012 18:49:18  
boler76.........what? you want egg in yer beer??? .......sheesh, take a 3-hr break and drive to town, gitta COLD beer and couple of pounds of DRY-ICE in a foam cooler chest. Simple, eh? ........Dell

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