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Re: walnut huller

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12-24-2012 11:32:14

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Maybe this will work.

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12-25-2012 04:54:22

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to old, 12-24-2012 11:32:14  
Where would you find a bumper jack these days? Or a vehicle that you can actually jack up by the bumper? Rear bumpers these days are designed to fold up easy to absorb energy when they are hit - and jacking on a front bumper would set off the air bags.

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12-25-2012 07:08:49

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to Dick2, 12-25-2012 04:54:22  
You must work for OHSA since you are looking for all the bad points LOL
As for the jack I have probably 5 plus of then laying around

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12-24-2012 15:50:11

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to old, 12-24-2012 11:32:14  
One other thing. Make sure that your car does not have a limited-slip differential.....

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12-24-2012 17:51:15

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to Gambles, 12-24-2012 15:50:11  
Shoot if it has that you just jack up both sides and do a double huller LOL

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12-24-2012 13:29:55

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to old, 12-24-2012 11:32:14  
A curtain rod with a piece of canvas would make a nifty deflector at the end of that trough.

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12-24-2012 14:22:10

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to GordoSD, 12-24-2012 13:29:55  
You have to remember that this came out way before OHSA and all that safety stuff. Any guess as to the year and make of the car that is shown ???????????????

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12-24-2012 16:38:34

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to old, 12-24-2012 14:22:10  
Artist rendition. Based on the hooded headlights , and those two grooves by the talilight I think he used a 55 or 56 Ford as a model.

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12-24-2012 17:44:32

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 Re: walnut huller in reply to GordoSD, 12-24-2012 16:38:34  
I was thinking a 1954. Had a fried who had one years ago and it sure looked very close to that one

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