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    WW2 Willy's Jeep assembled in less than 4 minutes amazing!!

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    I need those guys in my garage to finish assembly on my 1930 Chrysler hot rod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    I need those guys in my garage to finish assembly on my 1930 Chrysler hot rod.
    I hear you SBE!

    Just yesterday I noticed a puddle of coolant below my tractor so I took off the side panels of engine compartment and the battery so I could get to the radiator and the coolant resevoir to check for leaks and 2 hours later and 1 bumped noggin, I finally got everything back and running again...only to find a small puddle of coolant on the ground again this morning! AAAARRRRGGGGHHHH!

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    bought a danuser f8 post hole digger at auction 50.00 output shaft seal was out so I ordered all new bearings and races and seals 132.00 tore it down well hell ive gone this far may as well have the 3 point frame sand blasted and powder coated 200.00 , took the differential to machine shop had it vated 20.00 new ujoints 60.00 put all back together tonight and pick up frame from powder coat on friday
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