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dmyers151 last won the day on August 5 2014

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About dmyers151

  • Birthday 04/27/1987

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    Pine Bush, NY
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  1. I can't imagine you'd need heavy duty AN fittings for this application, it most likely would be low pressure, no? Could probably get away with barbed fittings and hose clamps on rubber line, so long as there aren't rules requiring specific fitting and hose material types. A stock SQ oil cooler would be plenty I'm sure. Smaller coolers from snowmobiles and motorcycles would likely work as well, and would take up virtually no space at all. Have you flat bottomed that thing yet? a NACA duct in the flat bottom with a duct would be killer. Edit: $40 on ebay, 80's Honda CB1000 oil cooler. http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDgwMA==/z/c0oAAOSwRLZUBj2D/$_57.JPG?set_id=880000500F`
  2. Ahh, I gotcha. I followed the thread loosely and must have missed that part.
  3. What happens to the water that collects inside that open cavity where your fuel door is? Also, to add to the suggestions, perhaps try separating the upper and lower colors with a single, wide-ish stripe, something 1/2" - 3/4" wide? Just a thought, can't say for sure how it'd look without seeing something mocked up. White might be nice, maybe a bronze, red?
  4. Looks great man. I can think of so many things that I could use a truck like that for, and even more for the dump truck. Jealous
  5. I ran the nylon for years with no issues at all, regularly saw 100+ psi on cold morning starts. I ran it inside a length of vacuum hose for most of the run inside the engine bay, to keep it from rubbing on something and failing.
  6. The tractor tire was my favorite. Blew right through their ramp, lol. Tom, the white jacket and gloves are because science.
  7. Got myself a new to me pick'em up truck: http://i471.photobucket.com/albums/rr71/dmyers151/CA094D41-0ECE-4367-B401-BC333B209ED0_zpsmuu9xfax.jpg
  8. Thanks everyone, was a pretty typical day. Seems like once you get passed all the milestone ages, it's just another Monday. Although there was cake, which is awesome. Tae, we need to get together soon, so I can give you all this stuff, haha. Joe, I'm always on here, SQ or not. I'll do my best to make the next SQJoe meet.
  9. Did a balance shaft elimination in my driveway under an easy-up canopy. Took about a week of evenings after work.
  10. In the pictures, it's wearing AZ plates and is parked in a driveway definitely not located anywhere in NY. When I saw it was listed as Deer Park, I put it on my ebay watch list. I've been watching it get re-listed for a while. I'm wondering if people are bidding on it based on the fact that it's located in NY, and backing out when they find out it's actually 2000 miles away.
  11. It's not so much ingesting the stuff that's the issue. It's if you try to pop the abscess like a pimple and it drains into your blood stream, think of it as popping "inwards" as opposed to "outwards". Bad news ish. I've got similar weak genetics for teeth, coupled with the fact that I was sick as an infant. My doctors tell me all the meds they gave me set me up for weakened teeth. As much as you may dislike the dentist, you're better off having it dealt with before you end up like your mechanic. These problems don't fix themselves, even if they do seem to go away for a little while. When it does come back, it'll most definitely be worse. I once let a cavity go for so long (years), it ate the entire inside of the tooth leaving only a tooth shaped shell. The tooth ended up crumbling like a wet PEZ candy while I was eating lunch one day. I always hated seeing the dentist as well, but recently found one that is very gentle and walks me through what he's doing while he does it, explains what tools do what, etc.... For some reason that part puts me at ease. They are more costly then other places I've been, but the level of comfort they provide far outweighs any monetary savings in my mind.
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