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  1. CLOSE!! YIPEE-KI-AYYY!
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  2. I have been shipping a few parts and some gun related stuff. I began using pirateship.com a lot. I was able to ship a rear bumper from MO to MI for about $25 via priority mail. They only use USPS but offer some deep discounts. My daughter knew all about it lol. It was $10 cheaper than UPS. Figure this might help lessen expenses for all of us. You do need a scale. I have a kitchen scale for under 10# and a bathroom scale for over 10#.
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  3. Here is a small article from twitter on "real world" applications that we do here. Researchers from ORNL and the University of Tennessee collaborated to perform lab-scale evaluations on the high early strength fiber-reinforced self-compacting concrete mix. Credit: University of Tennessee Previous Next
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  5. Not doubting your experience sheriff, maybe some of us just have better luck. The 1999 f150 I mentioned, in the 21 years I have owned it (with those aftermarket chrome wheels) has only had one mechanical issue (other then normal maintenance) which cost $245. I guess I am lucky with chrome wheels also.
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  6. Here is one for a 347CID Boss 302, again with a flat tappet cam. Chuck Boss 347 Dyno Sheet.pdf
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  7. "I am sure we would al love to see some dyno results using proper parts but nobody will do them costs too much. " This is not an optimal build but it did make 1.3 HP/CI. Another half point in compression and a roller cam instead of the flat tappet used would have gained another 15-20 in HP and TQ. Chuck408C dyno sheet copy.pdf
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  8. I believe the dashed lines signifies optional circuits, depending on how the car was equipped, as with gauges or with warning lights.
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  9. Exciting day today. The Rickster was rolled outside on its own wheels. It's the first time in 7 yrs that this car has been on it's own wheels. Without the engine, the front end sits a bit high, but it sure felt good to see it rolling on it's own, again. All this was in preparation for being picked up by the paint shop. This afternoon, they came by and picked up the Rickster, and it's now at the paint shop. I've still got to get the front and rear valances stripped, as well as the rock guard and front bumper. I'll take them to the paint shop later this week, along with the
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  10. After that you mentioned it, vaguely recalling this claim. As Koni is/was a Dutch company (their headquarters are here), I went looking... after 1/2 hour going from blablawerethebestblabla screens to blablareallytoughblabla screens I've stopped. It's just another non transparent corporation doing its best to not be accessible to the average joe. Same for their distributors here. Took me less efforts to have them as they are now ;) They will receive a paint job when I'll spray other parts and that's when they will be better than new, because the hardware might be tough inside, the paint th
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  11. Great pic Jeff. That looks just like the vacuum solenoid on my car and is in the same place. Of note is that mine has a spacer under the bracket to hold it up off the manifold. I see your car also has the vacuum loop on the fire wall with 4 ports where the drawings define 2. (mine has 4 also) I am attaching a pic of vacuum diagram drawing 3-14A which is a 351 Cleveland with auto trans. I am suspicious that my car was set up this way because I have part number 2 in the heater hose circuit and part number 1 in the water pump. I also have some terminations in my engine harness that look lik
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