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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    Actually, I've been meaning to PM you.
    One is on the way.
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    Trying to find guys with equipment that wanna go to work!!
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    Re: I'm hiring!!! Want a job???

    I pay 80% of the line haul, and 100% of any accessorial charges, such as fuel surcharge, detainment, or layover, etc.
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    Re: I'm hiring!!! Want a job???

    My trailer is 53' from ball to tail lights. CDL requirements come in by the weight. If you're over 26,000 gross, or if the trailer and load weigh over 10,000 you need a class A CDL.
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    Re: I'm hiring!!! Want a job???

    We run the midwest, south and southeast.
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    I'm hiring!!! Want a job???

    Do you own a diesel dually? And a long gooseneck trailer?
    PM me. We need to talk.
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    Tapering an I beam?

    How would that be done, without ruining the strength of the steel? I've been looking at building my own flatbed trailer, and that's the one thing I can't seem to figure out.
    Would I just cut out the...
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    :soapbox: Hauling single coils is a whole different world. It only takes one quick moment of not thinking to put you in that situation. Every time I haul a single coil, I use every chain on my...
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    Re: Jeff's Tremor build thread

    Check out the main site, and see all the builds. Maybe it'll motivate you!!!
    http://build.tremormuv.com go to the build forum.
  10. Re: 1987 F-150 XLT Lariat Extended Cab. NICE!!

    Long gone.
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    Re: Jeff's Tremor build thread

    Yup. That's francois. GT99 on the tremor forum. He's an engineer by trade, and a hell of a fabricator. His build is top shelf.
  12. Re: Machinists? Millwrights?? HAAALLLP!!!!!!!!!

    So, youre telling me it's gonna cost over $800 to cut and spline a shaft?
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    A TALE OF TWO SHAFTS THAT YEARN TO BECOME ONE

    Okay, I'll do my best to describe what I've got and what I want to happen.
    I have two mainshafts that need to become one. These are from two transfer...
  14. Re: Need Something transported? Upcoming Road Trips.

    Well, I'm not personally going to be in Ohio or virginia, but gimmie the cities, and I'll see if I can find you some cheap trucking.
  15. 1987 F-150 XLT Lariat Extended Cab. NICE!!

    Really nice. Very little rust. so little, that I walked around it with a magnet looking for bondo and found none. Trucks in the midwest just don't hold up this well without alot of care. 351W 4bbl,...
  16. Need Something transported? Upcoming Road Trips.

    Next weekend, I'm going from St. Louis to north west Ok, and back through N.W. Arkansas. The weekend after that, I'm going from St. Louis to Flint, Mi. and coming back through Chicago. If you have...
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    http://www.planet.nl/planet/servlet/nl.gx.siteworks.client.http.GetFile?id=613641
    Funny beer ad.
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    http://www.funny-pics.net/images/1085144310.jpg
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    Re: Anybody here ever "flip" houses?

    Lots of Money to be made, or lost. Things you gotta watch for are Asbestos, Mold, and Rot/termites.
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    That first one is Death on a stick!:Yikes_ani
    If you've ever romped the throttle on a radial engine, you know what I mean. the torque of that thing will slam that thing over on it's side.
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    Re: Jeff's Tremor build thread

    Here's a pic of the cleanup.
    http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b100/Camarogenius/HPIM0157.jpg
  22. Re: Anyone have experience with water levels?

    I'd have to find out what it would cost to rent a laser level, and maybe even a transit.With wife and kids and mortgage and car payments, everything I do is on a shoestring budget. I gotta pinch...
  23. Re: Anyone have experience with water levels?

    I Haven't really thought about it, although I might. I've used a water level before, and I know they work. The one I used, about 17 years ago, was 1/2 inch tubing. Friction was why I was asking about...
  24. Anyone have experience with water levels?

    I'm working on planning this shop, it's going to be 44'x96'.
    The only way I can see to get the walls level, and get the ground level as well, is to use a water level. Over a 96' span, a string will...
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    Re: WOW - it's been quiet in here.......

    The left rear wheel is Ferrarri.
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