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Old 03-20-2013, 04:35 PM   #11731
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I can beat that. 2 hours since $15,000 transmission job, 2 people ran it, neither knows how it happened. Go figure

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Old 03-20-2013, 06:30 PM   #11732
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I can beat that. 2 hours since $15,000 transmission job, 2 people ran it, neither knows how it happened. Go figure
Okay... What exactly are we seeing here? I'm thinking either streaks of oil, or cracks?
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Tell me what you see and I will explain.

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It's been an interesting day at work...


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Some people's children...
I know very little about engines, and almost nothing about diesel engines, but I can tell that that does NOT look good. What happened to it?
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:49 PM   #11735
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Small crowd today.
No ammo to speak of, but it was a great day for powder.
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Riverdale. UT.
What you don't see are the other dozen or so people waiting in their cars. This was taken maybe 5 minutes before they opened the doors. Everyone was actually pretty polite. I was happy, I scored a pound of Bullseye, 2 pounds of TAC and an 8 lb jug of Unique.

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Holy hell!!!!
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Old 03-20-2013, 07:26 PM   #11737
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Tell me what you see and I will explain.
I see trees. I could go into scientific stuff, but I assume that won't be necessary. What am I overlooking?
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They are sequoias in Germany! They were brought over by a nobleman in 1868. That is his crest. They dwarf the German trees. They are located next to Landstuhl Army Post. The war wounded are taken to Landstuhl.

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I can beat that. 2 hours since $15,000 transmission job, 2 people ran it, neither knows how it happened. Go figure
Damn, this was more of an annoyance than anything since the guy that melted the posts could have changed the batteries himself but he had me do it instead...

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I know very little about engines, and almost nothing about diesel engines, but I can tell that that does NOT look good. What happened to it?
Hooked the jumper up to the batteries and left it on for too long.
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