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Re: Help getting pump back in?

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8N-Bob

05-01-2013 08:38:26
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I too will respectfully add NICE. The SWMBO, the car, the truck, you pick It's all good
Would like to see more shots of the stang, like the engine bay etc. :-)
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05-01-2013 17:24:48
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 Re: Help getting pump back in? in reply to 8N-Bob, 05-01-2013 08:38:26  
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Thank you. I'll get you some more. I started putting some new ceramic coated headers last week (since the tractor was broken and I was waiting on the hydraulic pump to get here). I got one side done after figuring out that I had to remove the bolt for the motor mount on that side and jack the engine up a couple of inches. That puppy was very tight getting in there. I had the front on ramps and the rear on my floor jack. I shook the back end to make sure it was secure as I went to fetch the jack stands for the rear, the dang thing slipped out from under the differential and the jack punctured the gas tank. I ordered a new one and will install that while I'm off and then finish the headers. There are several car shows in my area this weekend and it will take me next week to finish up this project...arrgggh :evil:
Putting in the new classic auto air conditioner last spring. A few days of working upside down under the dash about did me in. that is one of those jobs, that if I lived closer to Hobo, I would drop it off at his shop and he could call me when it was finished...lol

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This was in, I think Birmingham, about 3 years ago at the track up there.

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In the front field I keep cut with the 8N, just to keep this vaguely tractor related...lol. I did paint/bodywork/everything. had to learn how to use a mig welder to replace a quarter panel and other fun things. I had to frequent a paint forum to learn about that. Lots of helpful people on there too. http://www.autobodystore.com great place for info in the forums.

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On the way to Birmingham for a relatives wedding.

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05-01-2013 17:30:09
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 Re: Help getting pump back in? in reply to gwstang, 05-01-2013 17:24:48  
Pensacola show a few years ago. She likes to go on a road trip and then stay for a few days...of course anytime she enjoys staying at the beach hotel. This is in front of a nice restaurant we ate at that evening later on. Man was that place packed.


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