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About Romans9

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  • Birthday 07/18/1972

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    Missouri

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    Any where with sand
  • Your Ride
    Sidewinder / JP Designs car

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  1. Romans9

    Weird things you see at work or anywhere else

    You can see the blood flow on the floor.
  2. Looks great. Hopefully your guys will learn somethings to help increase your margins.
  3. Romans9

    Shout out to Sausage450r - Why I love this place

    Excellent! GD.com is a great place because there are lots of great people here.
  4. Once in a while you read something that captures an idea or a way of thinking with which you can identity. This is an excerpt from a blog found here: https://smallestminority.blogspot.com/2003/11/that-sumbitch-aint-been-born-early.html
  5. Romans9

    Weird things you see at work or anywhere else

    I spy a box of 243 ammo...............
  6. Romans9

    Whoa

    Damn, must be lots of bad people around..............
  7. Romans9

    Oldsmobile Hill today

    Priceless!
  8. Romans9

    Green new deal

    Unfortunately government indoctrination centers (public schools and colleges) don’t teach that about socialism.
  9. Romans9

    SU Mid-Engine

    Is the blue car behind the SU in the garage a DB.com Sidewinder?
  10. Romans9

    SU Mid-Engine

    Good deal! Glad you got this one buddy!
  11. Romans9

    True Dedication to Yard Art

    Interesting. Looks like every third axle on the trailer is a drive axle. Also notice the array of cannon plugs on each section. That would have been fun to be a part of.
  12. Romans9

    Tonneau covers

    https://truxedo.com/ I had one that the cover started to split after several years. Called them up and they sent me a replacement with absolutely no hassle. I kept tools under it that I would use for long distance jobs I didn’t need my service truck for. I loved it.
  13. Congratulations! You had a great car, now you have another great car...........
  14. Romans9

    Boxo USA Tools

    I couldn’t agree with you more. I am only offering my opinion which has been formed from 32 years of buying tools professionally, in hopes that my fellow GD.com member can make an informed decision before spending their hard earned money. I am fully aware of percentages and loopholes companies can use to promote “Made in USA” while not actually being even 60% made in USA. SK is a company that dabbled in using There good name and outsourcing manufacturing to overseas. About 5-6 years ago they mad a hard push to bring most of their manufacturing back to the States and built a new plant to produce tools in. Buffalo was the Harbor Freight of tools back 30 years ago. I have some Buffalo tool,s from the 50/60 that were American made. it appears that the Taiwan stuff I have seen over the last few years has been nearly as good as the Japanese stuff from 30 years ago. I have seen far to many young mechanics buy Harbor Frieght tools that came out of the package on the first task and break. I do not like companies that are marketing based rather than user focused. “Joyner” ”Jennings Arms”

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