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Rawleigh99

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  1. You guys can keep it! I don't want any part of it.
  2. Wait! You actually clean 22's??? LOL! Hard to be a 39A. I love mine! I wish the stocks and forearms were a little less clunky, but man does it ever shoot nice!
  3. I only have one thing to say: vitamin I!
  4. Progress is good! We're still praying for him.
  5. I used to carry a Benchmade Alexander McHenry that I loved, but after loosing it I now carry a Kershaw cheapie.
  6. A header cart for a disc!! Cool!
  7. I have had good luck with RWS 22LR.
  8. Wow, that looks like the better part of a bale of straw under the hood! Glad it didn't catch fire!
  9. Remember healing takes time. God does his work in his own time. In the mean time, we will all keep praying
  10. Its always rewarding when everything works right! LOL!
  11. Make a simple auxiliary gravity tank without a filter and see if it runs okay with that. That should take out the issue of the filter. If not you'll have to dig into the pump.
  12. I have a 2003 1500 Dodge as well. I replaced the passenger side shaft a couple years ago. The boot has torn again. If you have access to a lift it is not a bad job. I don't have a lift so I was working off Jack stands. The inner CV joint slides up on the stub shaft and there is a snap ring around the shaft that goes into a inner groove to hold it on the stub shaft. I could not get the CV joint to pop off over the clip, so I wound up having to open the pumpkin and remove the stub shaft along with the axle shaft. Theoretically it's not a bad job if you have a lift and things come apart the way they're supposed to. I think I removed the top ball joint to get free play to slide the shaft out. If you have a lift and a air hammer it helps a lot. I also replaced the lower ball joint and hub on the driver side. It wasn't too bad a job. I bought after market shafts as a set and they weren't terribly expensive. That being said, two years later the boot is ripped. Another thing to check while you're under there is that the spline shaft on the front drive shaft that goes on the transfer case is moving back and forth. Mine had seized up and overtime it took out the front ball joint. I couldn't get the shaft off the transfer case, so I wound up cutting it right in front of the shaft. Right now I'm running on two-wheel drive, but when I get a chance I will go on and eat and weld a nut on the end of the spline coupling and pull it off with a bolt. Just the joys of old trucks!
  13. A friend sent me this link as he is having a pair repaired there. I have a couple that could use a refurbishment too. Don't know anything about their work other than the website, but looks interesting. https://suddarthoptical.com/
  14. Isn't that the way it always is Cliff??? All dressed up and no place to go! If you didn't fix it you would be covered up!
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