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    Going to help my son in law put up an eavestrough....so, if you never hear from me again, I fell and broke my neck

    Tomorrow, I hope to install my trans temp gauge

    1997 GMC

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    Going to home Depot now so I can get the shelving stuff. I need to make a plan to fix my flooring transitions as well.

    Steve
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    Scratch the morning plans. Was just told that we have a kids birthday party to go to this am. Guess it's an afternoon project.

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    Had a great time ... Now have the in-laws coming over. Maybe get something done next week.

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    Going to rebuild the carb on my log splitter. Split and stack wood, leaf blow, etc., etc.

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    The traditional every other saturday lunch with a couple of my buddies,TGI Fridays, I am stuffed. off to lowes for a fire place for the deck out back, no dice, they didnt have what the web site said they had in stock, came home with air filters for the heater, and a new dryer vent tube. I saved money today, excellent day so far.
    Life is short compared to history

    Rick (summitwhite11)

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    Well, the TBI is off with the exception of getting the wiring harness off. I fought with it for at least 30 minutes and can't get the rubber bulkhead-type connector out of the slot on the TBI. If I can't figure it out I'll have to cut the wires and then splice them later.
    Christopher

    1991 Chevy Suburban 1/2 ton 2WD w/ chevy SBC 350-3/4 ton drivetrain upgrade w/4.10 gears 200K miles
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    Quote Originally Posted by summitwhite11 View Post
    The traditional every other saturday lunch with a couple of my buddies,TGI Fridays, I am stuffed. off to lowes for a fire place for the deck out back, no dice, they didnt have what the web site said they had in stock, came home with air filters for the heater, and a new dryer vent tube. I saved money today, excellent day so far.
    I forgot vent filters!

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    Ok. So I added weatherstrip to my exterior doors, did sobe more energy efficiency projects catching drafts and filing then with foam. It's 30 degrees outside and the house is much less drafty now.

    Then I added a closetmaid pantry shelf and then the first part of a Rev-a-shelf pots and pans cookware organization system.

    Me tired.

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    Very nice setup steve! Come do mine next lol
    Chuckie!!!


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