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Peggy M Offline OP
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Got a little behind again. Working n that.

On behalf of everyone who uses this website, much thanks to those who contribute to help with the financial parts. Keeping the wealth of knowledge, requires some help with "keeping the lights on" (as Alvin says!).

Enjoy some of the comments. grin

Stovebolt Staff

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Tim Lederman -- also the Panels and Burbs Moderator

Alvin "Achipmunk" Parris -- This quarter, Alvin sent a "Valentine Day" gift. Alvin is another Moderator: The Welcome Center, Southern 'Bolters', The Legion Hall

Tom "tom moore" Moore

Ron "WE b OLD" Steltz

Mark "MNSmith" Smith (SoCA) -- Mark sent in two donations in this quarter. Plus, he's the Moderator for the Tool Chest forum.


Jeff "Rusty Rod" Backus (CA) -- Moderator of The Electrical Bay and Rocky Mountain Bolters forums

James "GMJim" Clark

Greetings from the North. Your site is a wealth of knowledge from a whole bunch of friendly folks.
It is a huge confidence builder to listen to someone who has done the job 1000 times -
just before I go out to do it for the first timeā€¦.. It has made working on my old truck a real pleasure.
After almost a year of taking advice, it is time to give something back.
Thanks for keeping this going. ~ Jim



Larry "runnjump" Parker (GA)

Thanks for the awesome site! It has helped me immensely as I restore my 46 stake.
Hopefully this will help in a small way. All the best. ~ Larry


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Again, a huge HUGE help!


Bolters far and wide. wave

Last edited by Peggy M; Thu Apr 14 2022 07:12 PM.

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Peggy M Offline OP
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Next update ... I finally had a chance to upload the changes from last year's (2021) donations. I had the pages done but had several cascading problems trying to upload.

Hope to keep the "Thanks" page better up to date. headscratch So, I removed all the donation entries from last year that were in the forum. Spring cleaning, a little.

Cheers,
Peggy M


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