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Old 08-01-2009, 11:35 PM
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Virginia Chapter August bs/chat all welcome!

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sup...............I was about to say something about being early but we are a little late now that I check the actual date
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lol yeah i thought it was early when i was looking at all the other august threads lol.. till i realised it was the 1st too...
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Anybody have exp with electric chainsaws ? I have a customer wants a small tree cut down and it looks like the sawzall I would normaly use will take to long and not have the power from my exp. I am looking at a poulan 13.5 amp 16 inch for like $65 new
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Morning Virginians. Hey Steve you've got to do something about that tranny pan. Ford blue? or florescent orange? or???
I was going to get an aluminum finned pan when I rebuild it, lol. . .but I do have fluorescent orange

Color scheme was just something to be different. and I like them. . .so it's all good

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I was going to get an aluminum finned pan when I rebuild it, lol. . .but I do have fluorescent orange

Color scheme was just something to be different. and I like them. . .so it's all good

So whats up peoples? I'm sick as a dog so no plans today
bummer man.... hope you get to feeling better...

check out my underbody/underhood color scheme so far lol..

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you can see how the driveshaft looked before there too







i still need to finish painting that center section one of these days... only reason i didnt then was cuz it was already painted... theyd left the output shafts bare and rusted...

eventually the shocks will be yellow cuz theyll be replaced by Bilsteins...
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word, I like everything painted and purdy

What did you use to paint the exhaust pipes? I was think por20 for the headers, but not sure on the exhaust. . .a silver paint would be great, but black is fine as well. . .just hate seeing rust
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word, I like everything painted and purdy

What did you use to paint the exhaust pipes? I was think por20 for the headers, but not sure on the exhaust. . .a silver paint would be great, but black is fine as well. . .just hate seeing rust
1200*F high temp block paint... and contrary to all the "critics" remarks i got on one of my mod video's it aint burned off yet... its still there not as glossy.. but still there...

i just cant stand the site of rust personally... its one of my little pet peeves...i mainly used what i had laying around in the garage to paint with... when i can afford to order my new exhaust its gonna be ceramic coated... least the headers... im not sure if the mid pipe is or not... but cat back im gonna have to build.. and will be building a 2nd midpipe myself...
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