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  1. Shooting time at the range, oh I mean off my deck😎 Daughter working on trigger discipline and blowing up fallen trees. 692252D9-E450-4D01-8121-9DD282D959A6.MOV
  2. Career criminal, hope they find him dead. Hope his next attempted boost proves fatal. Hope it’s painful. Sorry for the damage to your truck, thankfully shithole didn’t make off with it.
  3. Romans9

    So it begins

    Biden 2020 ”In Touch With America”
  4. Well he was pissed he couldn’t talk you down on the price.......
  5. This stuff will work. http://www.muleheadbrand.com/mule-head-brand-solution1-oil-eating-bugs.html I have used a few of their products with great success.
  6. Tide laundry soap and hot water. Let the Tide soak for a couple of hours. Repeat several times. I work on Diesel engines. I hate the smell of diesel fuel.
  7. Kurtis was more direct than I was.....
  8. If you spend anytime around Prospect in Kansas City Missouri you’ve met this guy or his twin brother, or sister....... 25 years ago I worked for a company that had a contract doing street sweeping on Prospect. The contract specified the sweeping had to be done between 10pm to 6am. They wanted me to be on call if the sweeper broke down to go repair it. I laughed in the foremans face and told him any white boy down on Prospect after 10 pm in a truck loaded with hand tools will make it on the 10 o’clock news before the weather report is finished. Back on topic. I know your truck would sell around here for the money you’re asking. I would imagine the ease of financing right now is causing many to buy new rather than used.
  9. Reading the comments about this topic, not just here but all the comments in general really indicates that most commenters do not live by any set of fundamentals but rather are only concerned about their own short term comfort and will oppose solely on the biases of how it effects them only, without any mention of sacrifice for the greater good of shared Liberty. The same idea politicians live by when the approve something that costs taxpayers billions because it benefits their cronies for a few million. By the same token those politicians who will send our boys to die for some slight political advantage writing off their lives as some collateral damage. God help them when the day of reckoning comes and it will surely come, it always does. A far cry from this: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.” (That’s from the Declaration of Independence) Also reminds me of this: “War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.” John Stuart Mill
  10. Wow at that price I only have $1350 worth now........
  11. Also you need to order one of those Lock N Lube grease couplers. They are great!
  12. I have a set of Wright 1 inch drive from 1 to 4 inch on my truck and a set of Snap On same sizes in my shop box that I’ve had for many many years. I have Snap On wrenches to 1 5/8 and Armstrong to 3 inch. I would recommend Gray Pneumatic for your sockets. They are much cheaper and the quality seems to be adequate for your purpose. Wrenchs find them used and buy any American made brand you can, Armstrong is a common brand to find used. Watch craigslist for tools. Make lowball offers because very few people want tools of that size. I usually will text and say something like “hey hope you get what you need but if you don’t text or call me I’ll give you xxxx anytime for this thanks” 9 times out of ten if it’s big specialty tools they call in a few days.
  13. I understand what you are saying but the fact is this has to be stopped or we are going to completely destroy the fabric of our country and lose its essence We are going to have to experience some temporary inconvenience now or pay a terrible price for complacency. Dont be fooled by some little minor emotionally driven propaganda. The cost per illegal is astronomical. We are in a war with progressives and this is just one front. How many citizens lives need to be sacrificed to illegal aliens for the urgency to be noticed by the general public?
  14. Dunbuggy.com’s for sale section would add about 20-25 cars a day back in 06.
  15. Remember duneguide.com list of sand car builders? There was around 100 or so.
  16. Little Marco looks like someone ran over his dog.
  17. I had two that I had rebuilt from batteries plus. They lasted a couple of months and I never tried that again. I assume the battery cell quality was poor. If I run across anymore of my old cordless in storage they’re yours......
  18. This is something everyone should have in there Moho, trailer, truck etc. This set will service a 16 ply truck tire, I have repaired my own several times in a pinch. I don’t ever work on tires Except my own for my conveniencae , or my buddies I guess.... This is a nice set. I have three of them and this is the latest. This ain’t no junk ass Oreillys chicken shit set. https://blackjacktirerepair.com/truck-repair-kits
  19. I have had Snap On cordless electric impacts since they first came out. The last ones I bought consisted of (2) 1/2 inch drive and (2) 3/8 drive. I paid somewhere around $650 for one 1/2, two batteries and a charger on “Special”. I have been frustrated in the past with Snap On when they gouged me for a replacement battery or didn’t want to repair an impact because the “new” model was better and they didn’t want to support the older one. I bought a set of Dewalt cordless tools and I got a 1/2 impact included. One day I threw it on my service truck and started using it. It would hit just as hard as the Snap On’s and the comparable sized battery lasted longer. I switched the Snap On to Dewalt because I can buy it for about 40-50% cheaper (depending on sales) and the batteries won’t be out of date in a couple of years. I had a box full of Snap On cordless that worked just fine but the batteries were no longer available that I threw away. Kinda pissed me off. Highly recommend the Dewalt impacts, I use and abuse this one. I have three of them now.

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