Yea shows 2 hours from mason.
I'll take it. Be a couple weekends before i can stop by if thats good.
That would drop in to my 68, :drool;
But just dropped $800 on wood for my shed:cry:
How far are you from lansing?:whistle:
I will probably get the polesaw attachment for this one eventually. Guy at work has mostly Milwaukee stuff now and loves it. I have an m12 drill...
Picked up a Milwaukee 18v weed whip and it came with a free blower. I havent trimmed all year yet and ran it around the yard with all the trees...
That helps alot. Even with the aa chain setup you still need to grease the pivot shaft
Mine fits just fine dropped down low and still have a good 2" of room. Maybe I'm the exception, but i have no clearance issues with a 8274 warn
Take the upper bolt from your old starter and match the thread up to one that will use an allen head instead. The room is very tight for a normal...
One thing at a time:susp:
Wipers are probably next in line. Gotta wire in the winch then mount the motor for wipers
One more picture since i finally got the fender painted to match
I painted my old 62 probably at least 15 years ago with empire blue. Think i used the local painters supply plus store. It was no problem for...
We are getting a new allignment rack hopefully by the time summer is over. Body shop has to move out first i think.
Ive got my eye on our old...
Just ordered 1 of each of these from northern tool. $8 for each end
I could use it. Even if its a little worn, its gotta be better than the pitting i have on one cyl.
Wish i was unemployed right about now so i...
Only 9 hours away:waiting:
Thats one way to do it(y)
Do they bolt over the stock standoffs or replacing them?
When i had it sitting on the ground didnt even look like it needed anything. Now that i have it on there i can definitely tell something...
Now, looking at it mounted, is there any kind of bushing that goes between the drum and the end support piece? Lools like a pretty good gap
Got it mounted finally
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