Discussion in 'Texas Area' started by dzl_x_4x4, Feb 9, 2006.
I was gonna say get the Sonnax by today and I could come by thurs morning to lend a hand
I hoping for it to be on my porch Thursday afternoon. I think it shipped today.
When did you order it or when did the fundage clear bank?
I'm used to getting orders from Garrett next day unless his shipping location changed?
I ordered it yesterday around lunch. I guess it may have shipped yesterday, I got the "it's shipped" email this morning. I may have it on my porch right now. Would you be busy Friday morning?
Unfortunately cold,wet weather I haven't been able to play with well health wise for the last couple years so unless it's in the 60's and sunny I won't be able to help ya B
I'll be available by phone tho
I understand, I haven't looked at the forecast. I don't plan on doing anything in the cold wet weather. I just know I can't do it tomorrow because of a morning meeting that I cannot miss. It can wait. I do appreciate the willingness to help, again. I will give the WIKI a good, close look and see if I feel confident enough to give it a shot myself. I thank you again, and I will keep your number handy if I delve into it an run into problems.
The way the NOAA forecast is looking it's gonna be a total opposite of Thursday:td:
Bummer I guess I'll need to get out there tonight (and some tomorrow) and play trucks for a little while or wait till the weather changes back.
Maybe one day I will be able to say the same for now, I am still the apprentice.
Well, I got ambitious and did my CCV mod today. I didn't take pictures since it was dark out. I learned that if you plan on turning the CCV around on the VC, you will need some pookie to hold O-rings in place while you put it back on, and that if you are lucky like me, one will be crushed from poor install. I hope it doesn't leak, but atleast I'll know what I need to fix it. Also, I will take note on how the "over the master cylinder" hose route works out. I don't want to see oil gather in the tube going up from the VC. I will also post this up in its own thread for others to read.
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