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Took a nice long drive in the park
Thant isn't the half of it, the biggest one "momma bull" (females get bigger than the males) is 7' long and 3" in diameter. I hope she survived the winter. If you're not aggressive to them, they'll let you pick them up for a closer look. Piss them off and they will chase you. Again, zero mice. Better than a f@cking cat!
PICK THEM UP??? Whaddaya, nuts?
Hey, that was fun tonight. Found all the places these things go on the car (except for the ashtray and glove box- I didn't find any place for bumpers on either of those) and slicked them up with a little white lithium, then installed them. It's frankly amazing to me that in all the years I've played with these old things, I've never paid much attention to all the bumpers on the car....but then, I've never done bodywork, either. I guarantee Fred hasn't had any of these for a couple decades, easy. Kinda cool to see them all install just fine and fit!
Test fitting new top material
All I could get was Centric brand. Not sure what to think of them, I've never used this brand before. I did not put them on yet, got sidetracked helping a buddy. Hope to install and test drive this afternoon.
Love that car!
Started throwing some paint at it...
Just finished Sway bar bushings on the other Charger It’s a good morning in Michigan
Just spoke to General Hydraulics in StL about overhaul of my steering gear box and playing with the reaction springs. They new exactly what I wanted and are local to me. I’ve used them for HD truck gear box and pump work and they always do good. I like to keep my money local and with folks I trust otherwise Firm Feel was next ( Matt there is a good guy too). It stinks sometimes when you know a lot of folks and you try to share the jobs with them all.
I made the Dart live up to her new name !! But man was she hard on gas getting there....
Refurbished the center caps for my 70 road runner that I’m working on.
got the drivers side fender in primer on the road runner
I changed the oil in our Jeep. Not very exiting but it was my first time rolling around under a vehicle with a wrench since I had my hip replaced almost 11 weeks ago, so it was a win.
I think you'll be happy with them. My go to brake setup is Centric rotors and Posi Quiet pads, been using this setup for a few years now and it's always worked out well.
Painted floorboards, inner firewall & cowl areas.
Front suspension coming together.
Changed the oil on my '15 Renegade. I can get to the drain plug without going under the car and the filter is on top. I'm cool with that.
...and bought a new in the box rear bumper to replace the severely abused and ready to fold in half one on my '00 Dakota R/T. $65 plus a 1.5 hour one way drive. But better than $275 Been looking at u-pulls for years but they're all either dinged up, rusted, or chrome.