Funny how that happens. But hydraulic sandwiches and ice cream you never really run out of space for.
Oh I understand. Just gave me a chill thinking about them.
But a daycab cabover might even be better. Except climbing in.
No, I'm about 5-6k for one truck and 2 trailers.
I used to despise to work on a 8100. :puke:
Talked to a gent today. He waited 5 weeks for a stock cam for a 5.7l hemi truck engine. Isn't that something.
Ok, for that price I'll take your recommendation and try it. Thank you.
Happy Friday. 1100 miles this week. Time for a cold one.
And Lake Shore is now Pace. They don't impress me. But that should be quick and cheap.
Royal truck and trailer used to be decent shop.
Man I'm sorry. That is a joke just for a hood repair.
1980 CB900. 5 speed with a high and low. A coworker years back had one. Beat up and wornout. Then I got to ride a original spotless low mile...
Don't let them screw you. Some fine polishing will go a long way on them spindles.
Good advise, even driving it up on a 4x4 will work.
Plus make sure parking brake is released. Help to reinstall.
I recall reading a book about it when I was a kid. That was a interesting piece of machinery.
Looks good Sir.
Run, that is a joke.
Its not cheese, its spoiled milk. Do you put sour cheese on your taco? No, because its sour cream. Its spoiled milk too. :D
I concur on the yeast infection.
Never heard of that bike. Had to go look. Here is a good article on it....
Those were a bad mofo. And were lost as plow trucks up here. Just like why the K5's are missing around here.