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2020

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Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291017 Fri Dec 14 2018 03:35 AM
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darthintel Offline
Awesome Grandpa
In the garage on jack stands getting all new brakes, wheel cylinders, and new master cylinder.
Then new wiring.

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New brakes
Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291283 Sun Dec 16 2018 02:04 AM
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cmayna Offline OP
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No matter where your truck resides, nice to see pics of it during the holidays.


Craig's '50 Chevy 3100 5 window
My truck
If I'm not working on my truck or VW camper, I'm fishing with the wife or smoking Salmon.
Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291334 Sun Dec 16 2018 05:18 PM
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RdsLessTaken Offline
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Very impressive gallery twotone. Beautiful work!

Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291359 Sun Dec 16 2018 08:33 PM
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Volfandt Offline
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An older pic. It's in the service stall this Christmas.
Pic

Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291362 Sun Dec 16 2018 09:21 PM
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dgrinnan Offline
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Nice truck Vofandt. Just the way I like them.


Dave from Northern Kentucky
My 54 3100
Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291517 Mon Dec 17 2018 10:27 PM
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Fred T Offline
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Mine is waiting for a butt transplant. Truck needed brakes and the drums couldn't be turned.Huck brakes, drums are nearing extinction.

Since I failed at locating a 14 bolt, I am using the rear from a 69. The bottles on the end are longer and the brakes are mucch larger and self-adjusting. Using the GM 16 x 6 wheels, the spacing should be close to original. I had to remove the trailing arm brackets, and the differentials are in the shop getting the brackets transferred. Santa won't have my help this year.


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Fred
52 3600
69 C-10
Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: RdsLessTaken] #1291605 Tue Dec 18 2018 03:05 PM
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twotone Offline
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Originally Posted by RdsLessTaken
Very impressive gallery twotone. Beautiful work!


Thank you!

Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291667 Wed Dec 19 2018 01:03 AM
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moparguy Offline
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The "51 agreed to participate in our annual Free Range Wild Christmas Tree hunt. We always cut a few extra's and leave em at a little country store with a "Free Tree" sign. They always disappear before Christmas Eve. I apologize in advance for the pixelated images. By the time we finished hanging the old circle cut saw blade over the newly finished gate, it was getting late. Then we started cutting trees. And yes, yes that is a cup of Christmas Cheer on the ground at the cabin.

RonR

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1951 3600 with Clark flatbed, T5, 4.10 rear
1970 340 Duster
1990 5.0 V8 Miata (1990 Mustang Gt Drivetrain)
1951 Farmall Super A



Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291690 Wed Dec 19 2018 03:17 AM
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cmayna Offline OP
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moparguy,
Hopefully it's just me but I cannot open your jpegs 2423 & 2415


Craig's '50 Chevy 3100 5 window
My truck
If I'm not working on my truck or VW camper, I'm fishing with the wife or smoking Salmon.
Re: How is your rig celebrating the holidays? [Re: cmayna] #1291698 Wed Dec 19 2018 03:59 AM
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moparguy Offline
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Nor can I. I’ve never had this issue, have deleted and reloaded a couple times. Hopefully a mod can provide some guidance/help.

Thought I'd stumbled on a reason for the non working images. My generally slow rural internet is Viasat satellite. So thinking that last evening the upload took too long resulting in the images not properly loading to the 'bolts server. At 6am this morning my upload speed is 3.8 meg up which is pretty good for me. Delete images and reload, still not working.

Last edited by moparguy; Wed Dec 19 2018 12:05 PM.

1951 3600 with Clark flatbed, T5, 4.10 rear
1970 340 Duster
1990 5.0 V8 Miata (1990 Mustang Gt Drivetrain)
1951 Farmall Super A



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