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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1398004 Fri Feb 19 2021 10:15 PM
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I have more zippers then a pair of cargo pants
I get to go home today. Be leaving in a few minutes. They had me up walking a few times today and I have almost no pain. Couldn’t thank the doctor enough for what he did and he told me if my left hip starts bothering me to call him immediately so they can take care of it. He also told me that the ball was about ready to fall out of the socket in my hip and part of the back side hip socket was gone. He said it was one of the worst ones he had seen in the best way to describe it it was so full of arthritis that he was surprised that my hip didn’t come out of the socket or just freeze in the socket. He told me that I must have a very high pain tolerance because it was painful just to look at. I guess the best way to describe it is it was a very rusty nut and bolt. Thanks for the kind words, the kid may be down a bit but I’m not out. I got too many people to bother and I need to heal up so I can start, LOL.....joe

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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1398005 Fri Feb 19 2021 10:34 PM
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Enjoy the ride home. My recovery issue was getting up and down. Made a 3” thick high density foam cushion to raise me up a little in the chair. Really helped.


Martin
'62 Chevy C-10 Stepside Shortbed (Restomod in progress)
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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1398009 Fri Feb 19 2021 11:04 PM
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'Bolter
Thankfully I am relatively healthy and you guys scare me. I live alone and only one relative and he lives an hour and a half away. be careful and get well soon.


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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1398024 Sat Feb 20 2021 12:56 AM
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'Bolter
Joe, I'm glad you got that hip taken care of and that things are going well.

Best wishes for a quick recovery and rehab!

Take care,


Andy

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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1398056 Sat Feb 20 2021 04:57 AM
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'Bolter
Glad it went well for you. Best wishes for a speedy recovery!


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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1401742 Wed Mar 17 2021 03:58 PM
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T
I have more zippers then a pair of cargo pants
Thought I’d give you an update. It’ll be 4wks tomorrow that the hip was done. I’m driving and able to walk about 3 blocks now with little pain, more sore than anything. Suzie Q is the happiest about going to the park again. Gotta use a cane at the moment to balance myself a bit but I’m sure I’ll be able to loose it in the near future. Thanks for all the well wishes....joe


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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1401755 Wed Mar 17 2021 05:12 PM
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'Bolter
Thanks for the update, Joe

Follow your doctor's recuperation instructions.

Best wishes for a continuing successful recovery and "rehab".


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Re: New parts
TooMany2count #1401845 Thu Mar 18 2021 01:12 PM
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back yard wrench turner
That's good news Joe.


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