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Randy 03-22-2016 12:32 AM

I could not get the uppers bushing out. So i cut'm out. and I'll
just take one side at a time. But I can tell you this much, the other side will be a piece of cake.

simplyconnected 03-22-2016 07:06 AM

Randy, your picture (CLICK HERE) says it all.

That split is eye candy to me and it makes this job so much easier. I love it. Good job!

BTW, before you pound your new bushings in, that shaft must be in place and oriented correctly. This job is coming along nicely. - Dave

Word Man 03-22-2016 01:40 PM

Nice parts score!

Next time, take along PB Blaster for the bolts. WD40 is not a penetrating oil, while PB is a miracle maker!

Randy 03-25-2016 12:06 AM

vid is the 4th bushing just found it. just got home to dark to play
with bird, had some time this morning to do a little cleaning,
Muriatic acid ( cough..) they put this stuff in pools? are you kidding me! i don't know if it is all that good for kids in pools,
but it eats rust like nobody's Business!! ill get soom pic for you hopefully tomorrow, so of us till put in 10-15-20 hour work days.
aa sleep its so over rated.:cool:

simplyconnected 03-25-2016 02:44 AM

Holy cow! Really? They put muriatic acid in pools? I'd be afraid it would melt the kids! It's really strong stuff.

Glad to hear you're taking the rust off your "A" arms, Randy. It's going to look dynamite when you're done. - Dave

Randy 03-25-2016 09:50 PM

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started today 3:00 am two trips, lad down tired from day before.
Power naps are great. did some cleaning, priming, painting. and joined the Union.:rolleyes:
...pic.are of arms and booster bracket. now i'm going to rest, have a Midnight run!

Joe Johnston 03-26-2016 09:04 AM

Muriatic acid is used to adjust the PH level in swimming pools. I often have to add a pint or so to my small 12,000 gal pool, so it is quite diluted and causes no problem.

Randy - congratulations on joining the UAW! I belonged to UAW Local 211.

Ian M Greer 03-26-2016 01:17 PM

Randy your progress is always great , with amazing end results, working with your limited resources. You are a perfect example to anyone who thinks tasks are out of the realm of their capabilities yet with a little initiative , one can succeed with most tasks. I especially love your , outdoor at home tee shirt go to attitude ( with the birds chirping and your wife's beautiful green plants in the back ground . Me I'm looking out at another dumping of snow , and once again trying to see the gravel of the driveway as it slowly melts . It's such a downer longing for warm clear dry roads. But they will come sooner not later I hope in the meantime , you keep me cheered up , Ian ( Remember Not All Birds Fly South )

Randy 03-27-2016 12:05 AM

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Mr Greer this is funny
after reading you post I go back and look at almost all the pictures on this stream and I don't see it, i try again nothing, I ask Terri
she know me (30 years come this aug.) she said what are you talking about, I show your post and Terri said PLANTS not pants!
Oh!! that explains why i could fine any green pants.

Ian M Greer 03-27-2016 01:06 PM

Randy that is something we all come by honestly , at our age . We just laugh it off and keep on trucking. Just your eyes playing tricks on you . Your not alone . Keep us posted , regards your North-----------ern neighbor . Ian ( Remember Not All birds Fly South )

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