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    Re: We all should be dead

    Back in those days you learned what hurt and what didn't. Did something stupid and got hurt, you were told to suck it up. Parents are letting kids get soft. Give them something when they have a...
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    Re: Getting Logged Out

    I log in each time with my tablet, Luigi does not bother me. My PC is on remember me and have no problem with Luigi or ads. Really doesn't take all that much time to log in each time, keeps things...
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    Re: DIL's O2 sensor problem - SOLVED

    Shops don't take the time to investigate these wiring problems because either, they don't know how or they know the customer is not going to pay for time to do it. Any car over 10 yrs old is not...
  4. Thread: New Guy

    by LarryK
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    Re: New Guy

    Also, SNG, XKs, and Ebay.
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    Re: Call in the lawyers

    I guess if the become dangerous one could tell the community to do something or else be sued for damages. Your insurance would pay with a penalty to you, but if you keep pictures of the deteriorating...
  6. Thread: New Car

    by LarryK
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    Re: New Car

    Meoters are good.
  7. Re: So I guess I don't need to lay off the churros after all

    More room to sit and easier, as if it wasn't already, engine compartment.
  8. Re: New member and proud (gulp) new owner of 1973 Triumph TR6

    All your lines look good. Did the shims correct any frame damage or were they just there?
  9. Thread: Motocycle Gangs

    by LarryK
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    Re: Motocycle Gangs

    :encouragement:
  10. Thread: Clutch fluid

    by LarryK
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    Re: Clutch fluid

    Any puddles under the master? Look under dash at rod area and check boot for leaks. Then under clutch for puddles. If fluid is lost, has to be dripping of flung somewhere.
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    Re: Iíve lost my mind, or whatís left of it!

    Hitting 70 in May. Have a 2 cars in build, and three drivers. RV, bass boat and flat trailer. Had a nephew call and ask what I was doing with the cars if I passed. Told him 1st, I'm not dead yet, 2nd...
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    Re: Sunny New Mexico

    Weather is always a toss up. My sis in law invited us down to Fort Walton Beach, Fla one year from Christmas to New Years. Temps in the 40s in the day and 30s at night, snow on the Bayou and while in...
  13. Thread: Gaskets

    by LarryK
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    TR2/3/3A Ľ Re: Gaskets

    On my Triumphs and Jags and most cars. I use the cork gasket, adhesive to valve cover and grease on engine side. That way jt can be removed for adjustments readily easy, as long as it is not over...
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    Re: Sunny New Mexico

    We have 21 feels like 6. Got some yard waste together before the rain and snow. Even went out and mowed the small section between street and sidewalk just to wake up neighbors 25 yr old (without...
  15. Thread: Cooking bacon

    by LarryK
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    Re: Cooking bacon

    I had a customer on my mail route that when his wife past he tried cooking bacon for the first time. I came by and the fire dept., police and an ambulance was there. I asked the old man what...
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    Re: Temperature Sensor Removal

    Those wheel nut tools always come in handy. Everytime I go to a swap meet, I pick one or two up. Have a few in the drawer, but best tool to cut for use.
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    Re: Proper Pronunciation

    Whenever the wife and I travel South and she goes into a store and hears the first Southern gal, I can't turn her off until we get back North. Somehow she picks up the accent readily and I can't get...
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    Re: Spark plug wires 7mm or 8mm

    I learned when I first started started working on cars, my Dad worked for a shop and would reccomend full cap, rotor wires, etc every couple years, was a given back in the 50s. Then, I worked in a...
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    Re: Proper Pronunciation

    Awesome!
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    Re: Oklahoma Winter Storm

    Blew past us here near St. Louis, little sleet, but dumb drivers.
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    Re: Spark plug wires 7mm or 8mm

    Open bonnet in the dark, fire up engine, see sparks, replace wires. Easiest way.
  22. Re: 1997 Vanden Plas X300 ,Help With Turn Signal Blowing Fuses

    Might check right side ground and trace wires thru fender for cuts or cracks. Old enough for wires to chaff. Find a wiring schematic and see where everything comes together.
  23. Re: Confirmation That the Collector Car Market is NUTS!

    I know they are rising in price,but not worth it to me. For that money I could have what I got in perfect condition and move to a warmer climate with the biggest personal shop ever.
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    Re: Kobe Bryant gone???!!!!!

    Now count up to nine. Pilot and 8 passengers.
  25. Thread: O/S observation

    by LarryK
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    Re: O/S observation

    :encouragement:
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