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Old 10-24-2012, 12:34 AM   #1291
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I put a call in to my son's handy man friend. What I'm going to do is ask him to cut the shelves and deliver them to me and I'll mount them. I KNOW I can mount them, I just can't cut them. He won't charge me much more than materials and I'll get the right kind of shelves for my garage.

If I think long and hard enough, I usually can figure things out for myself. But I'm not very quick at it.

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If I think long and hard enough, I usually can figure things out for myself. But I'm not very quick at it.
I have that same problem.
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I have faith in you Winds.... You can do it!

Heres my gunroom I just finished, it was the first time Ive done anything like this... When I started the room was only half-way drywalled, I finished the drywall, taped the seams, textured & painted (Had help with that), and did the wood floor. It isnt perfect, but I like it (was told I should used a bit more mud and sanded my seams, you can sorta see 'em)
The floor scared me a bit, and had me swearing a bit during the first couple of rows, but turned out great!
looks awesome.. cept maybe a bit crowded once it filled...:P
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looks awesome.. cept maybe a bit crowded once it filled...:P
Hey, I dont have that much stuff..... Yet.....

Ill take some pics and post them in the reloading bench thread...
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I have a fuel leak, how would i go about getting a stainless braided line setup for an 87 gmc sierra it's the forward line, which standard is a hydrid between braid And normal fuel line. I'm not sure if it's the input or return feed... Viking and cinder this IRS more directed at you two.... But any help is appreciated, thank you

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I have a fuel leak, how would i go about getting a stainless braided line setup for an 87 gmc sierra it's the forward line, which standard is a hydrid between braid And normal fuel line. I'm not sure if it's the input or return feed... Viking and cinder this IRS more directed at you two.... But any help is appreciated, thank you
Call autozone and tell them what you need. Is it the hose that goes into the bottom of the fuel pump or on top?
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Call autozone and tell them what you need. Is it the hose that goes into the bottom of the fuel pump or on top?
It's the one that feeds to the tbi.
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I have a fuel leak, how would i go about getting a stainless braided line setup for an 87 gmc sierra it's the forward line, which standard is a hydrid between braid And normal fuel line. I'm not sure if it's the input or return feed... Viking and cinder this IRS more directed at you two.... But any help is appreciated, thank you
I'd doubt they have it but you could try summit racing.
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I'd doubt they have it but you could try summit racing.
Well, i found out jegs makes an adapter if i need it. Thread is 3/8 x 3/8 I'm using rubber house (injector) for temporary purposes, and then i can switch over to braided hose
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I have faith in you Winds.... You can do it!

Heres my gunroom I just finished, it was the first time Ive done anything like this... When I started the room was only half-way drywalled, I finished the drywall, taped the seams, textured & painted (Had help with that), and did the wood floor. It isnt perfect, but I like it (was told I should used a bit more mud and sanded my seams, you can sorta see 'em)
The floor scared me a bit, and had me swearing a bit during the first couple of rows, but turned out great!
well done ... now put a better light in there
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