Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by jwr0201, Jan 17, 2015.
They weren’t necessary as this was so easy. (Though I did check for accuracy afterward.)
Gosh, IDK... maybe half credit then.
that sounds about right..,or when there is bits left over..
Test drove and bought this:
Taken it "off road" yet??
Looks like it's ready for some real fun!
I'm not really an off-road guy, but I wanted a truck that was capable and looked like a truck.
I think that one will do it!
Yepper. It's fast. Rebuilt 6.0 diesel, larger injectors, larger turbo, studded and deleted. Although I'm not going to drive it fast, I like having the power.
Mounted and powered up a set of fog lights on my spyder motorcycle.
Set them up to a relay that will turn them on and off with the ignition switch.
Took it for a quick ride, they work great.
Been needing them for some time.
They only draw 1 amp each, so I don't have to worry about overloading the charging system.
I tinkered on, and got a generator working, that has not run for 8 years. It was given to me by some friends who used it one time, during a hurricane outage, and I was given it several months later. Replaced a pull cord, cleaned out the carb, and replaced the oil. Runs like new now.
I know the feeling ..... very satisfying!
More forestry cosplay. I'm cutting out big leaf maple, giving the fir, hemlock and cedar more room and more light. Not a critical job, but the cat is broken down, so our little logging show is stalled.
I tossed a big pile of big leaf maple trimmings down the slope, then did a somersault into the pile. Pretty easy to execute the full front flip on a steep grade. Fortunately the pile cushioned the fall and kept me from going to the bottom of the canyon. I'll watch my footing more carefully AND rig a safety line next time.
Hard work is manly. (I think?) Silly acrobatics, more childish. Good luck is ageless, but perhaps limited in supply.
I moved my target out to 50 M (from 40M) and came back home with all my arrows.
Just installed a bed cover (at the wife's insistence) on my truck.
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