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What did you get done on your Bolt today? - 2021 and later
The original thread is still in tact and we have 14 pages already for this time frame. A "mini-Project Journal" if you will.

Stovebolt driving report
Started by Cletis in 2012 - 36 pages and going strong!

Who uses their truck as a truck - 2021 and later

Re-started this thread. Three pages and counting.

Bolters in the Side Lot
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"You DO talk alot -- but that's okay"
Welcome to the Bolt Jim !!

Todd


Some people are like Slinkies, Their not really good for nothing... But they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down the stairs.

1951 3100 350 TBI Gallery [stovebolt.com] Toddzilla... "$old"


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Wrench Fetcher
Thank-you everyone for the warm welcome!

I am already doing comparisons on wheel & tire combinations and other ideas!!

Hotshoe36: I have no idea why my posting was moved from the General forum to here. I agree that the General forum SEEMS like a more natural place for it, but the administrators must have their reasons. It MIGHT have been my "announcement / introduction" type wording. Future posts on SLURP will be more like a serial adventure!

Jim G

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the post got moved here Jim, cuz this is the place for intro postings, there really wasn't anything in your first 2 here that has to do with "general truck talk", but a lot about you and your finally 'seeing the light' .... posts about your project's progression can fit in where the particular topic is appropriate, which sounds like it'll be the HiPo shop :crazy:

you'll find few here will actually read posts as long as your first 2, so you might want to prune a bit, now that we've got 'the big picture' .... and for some info about picture posting, see here, which doesn't all quite suit this new forum software we got recently, but will lead you to some common hosts

good luck with the project, glad you finally found the hobby and the site grin

Bill


Moved over to the Passing Lane

"When we tug a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world" ~ John Muir
"When we tug a single thing on an old truck, we find it falls off" ~ me
Some TF series details & TF heater pics
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Wrench Fetcher
Thank-you, Bill!

Jim G

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Wrench Fetcher
Photos of "Red" included within the following SLURP posting 3:

http://www.stovebolt.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/360346#Post360346

Jim G

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'Bolter
Jim, you do talk a lot, but you also do not waste words. I love the intro. It's the first time I actually cared to read anything about the SSR.
Do you do a lot of writing in your career?

The one big truth in your account is that your wife is obviously a saint.



"Happiness equals reality minus expectations" - Tom Magliozzi
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'Bolter
Welcome, Jim

I look forward to following the SLURP adventure!



Larry Kephart
1937 Chevy Utility Express (Deerslayer)
1955 1st 3100 Chevy (BillyBob)
2017 Cadillac ATS-V (Elvira)
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Originally Posted by Jim Bow
Jim, you do talk a lot, but you also do not waste words. I love the intro. It's the first time I actually cared to read anything about the SSR.
Do you do a lot of writing in your career?

The one big truth in your account is that your wife is obviously a saint.



Yes, in my work as a computer systems consultant, I have to write DAILY, long detailed reports and design documents that make complex systems understandable to the reader! So, yes, writing is a big part of my career.

And yes, Karen IS a saint. She has tolerated a lot, with a big smile on her face most of the time. smile

Jim G

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