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Old 10-23-2016, 06:12 PM
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....... up till now.......Master link is fine........

Jimmy rigging in a pinch(it happends).......... or just for giggs....... well that would be PAFR'ing it....


Dude..... gotta put down the 'clear and skoal pipe........clearly your hand-eye coordination isnt up to stuff......for the average hand tool and a freehand grinder(in your case, that cam you butchered)..........
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Old 10-23-2016, 06:53 PM
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Ok i will. I guess I must not have hit the roller completely back in its' spot. But this chain breaker helps a lot. Show us a how-to video? That'd be cool.
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....... up till now.......Master link is fine........

Jimmy rigging in a pinch(it happends).......... or just for giggs....... well that would be PAFR'ing it....


Dude..... gotta put down the 'clear and skoal pipe........clearly your hand-eye coordination isnt up to stuff......for the average hand tool and a freehand grinder(in your case, that cam you butchered)..........
Well...as usual...you go off the deep end with limited knowledge...grinding the end off helps....but choosing and positioning the back up...(socket ...not nut) is even more important.

Do NOT base your statements on your inadequacy...ergo: "Most people don't know....ect..."

I'm not going to waste my time making stupid videos to explain something I figured out on my own at the age of 8
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Old 10-23-2016, 06:59 PM
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Did any body else buy anyhing on craigs list or have a good deal or are we just gonna bash a guy and his chain breaker.

Find a different thread to hijack! This one is about buying stuff!!!
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Old 10-23-2016, 07:09 PM
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We are just gonna bash a guy and his chain breaker. Reminds me of a guy bragging about HF wheels. WHATEVER....

BUT...since you want some useless Craigslist buys: how about my 1994 F150 4x4 Flareside currently residing at the Ford dealership?
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Old 10-23-2016, 07:33 PM
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My God you Actually Bought that Truck! JK
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I got a good deal on all the parts going into my current buggy build. The frame and motor were $100 and then I bought a parts buggy for the fox suspension, front a arms and brakes, and the wheels and tires. Spent about $300 on everything else so $400 total so far, but I still have things to buy to get it finished.
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Buddy of mine just got a new Edelbrock carburetor for his Monte Carlo he wants to get running.
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Old 10-26-2016, 04:49 PM
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These are my back tires on my go kart. paid $15 on "offer up"

https://offerupnow.com/item/detail/1...t-rims-n-tires

got tires and dead axle rims with brake and 60 tooth #35 sprocket!

used the tires have parts left over. maybe sell?
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Old 10-31-2016, 03:25 PM
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Double-Cut Carbide Burr.

Because porting a cylinder head takes forever with anything else.

ADDED: be very careful with these.They work very well but they like to "bite" into whatever you are working on. But very well worth the $6.50 and free shipping.
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Old 10-31-2016, 05:11 PM
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Picked this up,a couple weeks ago 300$

http://www.diygokarts.com/vb/attachm...1&d=1477955434
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Old 10-31-2016, 05:23 PM
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Got these a few weeks ago. Came with 2 plows, 2 decks, and an assortment of extra wheels n tires.

{edit} you know... these are right side up on my desktop...
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Old 10-31-2016, 06:27 PM
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lol^ Anti-gravity lawnmowers. Cool.
Jp. We all have that issue. No matter how we take the picture or re upload it or rotate it.
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Old 11-01-2016, 01:48 AM
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Buddy of mine just got a new Edelbrock carburetor for his Monte Carlo he wants to get running.
Notice the title of this thread is "What did you buy?", emphasis mine.

I mean we can start posting what friends, relatives and minor acquaintances bought and on and on and on, and really derail this thread in a hijack of bad form.

We don't know (or care) who your buddy is; he's not on the forum. Oh, it's like this isn't it:

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Old 11-01-2016, 02:19 AM
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Notice the title of this thread is "What did you buy?", emphasis mine.

I mean we can start posting what friends, relatives and minor acquaintances bought and on and on and on, and really derail this thread in a hijack of bad form.

We don't know (or care) who your buddy is; he's not on the forum. Oh, it's like this isn't it:

Good point :p.
I'll let you have that one.
hmmmm...what else did I buy recently? Should be noticeable.
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Old 11-01-2016, 03:11 AM
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We all have that issue. No matter how we take the picture or re upload it or rotate it.
No, not all of us, just those not completely familiar with the technology they're using; I, for one, have never uploaded a pic with an odd orientation (as far as I recall)...
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Old 12-31-2016, 06:52 PM
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So. Is this too old to reply to anymore?

Cuz I bought myself a (3 month late)birthday present.

Remington 121 fieldmaster, made in 1945.


Maybe in another 3 months Ill get me myself a Christmas present...
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Old 12-31-2016, 07:50 PM
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Got these a few weeks ago. Came with 2 plows, 2 decks, and an assortment of extra wheels n tires.
What's your plans for those derelict mowers? I can dig those old-school tractor/mowers though. Good fixer-uppers.

This recently followed me home.
1968 Kaiser Willys CJ5.
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I bought another #2500 Badlands winch. I have a problem.

Might put it in the truck bed...
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I bought another #2500 Badlands winch. I have a problem.
Might put it in the truck bed...
How many do you have? How many constitutes a "problem"
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I have 3, now 4. None are mounted on anything anymore at the moment, and all work fine, but when I see a $50 coupon I get weak in the knees and buy one.

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