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October 07, 2015, 10:33:34 PM by vette59jdwl
Views: 77 | Comments: 4
I know this is not CHEVY but tomorrow evening the 8th of October check the sky's at 1906 that is 7:06 over Oklahoma 1910 that is 7:10 over lake Ontario and the St Lawrence River and at 1914 that is 7:14 it will be over northern Newfoundland . That's right You heard correct . This sucker moves at over 17,000 miles per hour and goes around the EARTH in 92 minutes. That's right and does not leave a skid mark because it is 415.6 kilometers out from earth.Check it out at www.n2yo.com/passes/?s=25544.
We are suppose to have a clear sky in my part of the country should be neat
October 07, 2015, 12:52:59 PM by TFoch
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Hope you have a great day
October 06, 2015, 04:23:29 PM by EDNY
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Installing a new diamond plate steel deck on a hydraulic tilt bed 18' car hauler I just picked up, so while at it wanted to see what you guys use to anchor cars down.
My other 18' open center trailer has ramps and uses the 4" wide rear nylon ratchet type binders that I really like - very secure. Chain up the front then ratchet the car back (via axle straps) until tight.
This tilt trailer is 18' of flat sheet with 4 flush mounted tie down rings at each corner, anchoring the vehicle in the front is easy, my question is how do you guys tie the cars down in the back and still keep the trailer surface completely flat.
I have a set of straps with multi-choice anchor hooks and if I can locate the slotted plates - could weld them in and keep the surface flat.
Would also like to consider setting it up for a motorcycle while I'm at it.
October 05, 2015, 01:56:48 PM by vette59jdwl
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Hi lads vette59jdwl here just though cruising around in the automobile Ever like to just hear the old shit you know what i am talking about Well download all this old stuff to a flash drive and have at it some great stuff hear and i do mean great you can thank me while your listening to whatever year you wish Happy autumn lads.
go to the bottom of the first page and pick whatever year you like best This is a keeper
October 05, 2015, 08:43:11 AM by ghost28
Views: 37 | Comments: 1
Has anyone ever had a early mustang, mid to late 60's that the door lock wouldn't release enough to allow the door to be opened?
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