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Re: HB11B track question

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Posted by NCWayne on July 18, 2012 at 20:49:15 from (

In Reply to: Re: HB11B track question posted by jm. on July 18, 2012 at 16:49:28:

Thanks. Personally I enjoy taking old stuff giving it a new long as it's on another man's dollar...LOL Seriously people running into problems like this post talk about are so common it's not funny. I get people all the time talking about buying a machine that "only needs a $200 part. The thing they don't understand is it will often take me two days labor to change that one part. Then there will probably be another day, and another $500 in parts, to fix all of the other stuff I find wrong along the way...and that's if they are lucky.

Now for someone like me that does this kind of thing for a living and has the tools and knowledge to do it all, it can be cost effective for me to fix up something for myself. But when you have to pay someone else to do it for you, it can get expensive in a hurry. Independent or not, no mechanic can work for free, not if they like to eat and have a roof over their head like everyone else......Personally I just wish I could get everything I've got in the works right now done and get paid so I can afford to get my A/C in the house fixed. Thankfully the last few days haven't been hitting 100 since the upstairs unit went down too. I really wish we could get some rain but I live in about a mile square area that will get rain all around without a drop falling on me. This has happened so many times over the 20 years I've been living here I can't count them all, but I can count the 4 times in the past two weeks when it's happened.....It's a mixed blessing though. No rain, I can get all of the work I need done outside, rain and the corn fields belonging to couple of farms around me all stay nice and green........


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