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Old 05-22-2011, 03:12 AM   #43
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Texas travler, congratulations, i have some info that may be to your benefit. if you get me your address i'll send you what i have acquired. my poor rig is still sitting pretty much as yours is. the exception is the motor and trans are out and the motor is so close to being done i can taste it. i found a guy that is willing to rebuild my trans for 600. including everything except the case. i had built a shelter around it so i could work on it in all weather but i didn't have enough supports and we had one wind storm to many, needless to say it didn't make it. will you be doing all the work yourself? i recently heard of someone buying an identical rig in good shape for 4500. Mine was given to me. If you click on the link in my first post you can see the pics of when i pulled the motor and trans along with a few other pics. I just went back and read all the posts, i feel like such a slouch i haven't progressed much at all. but i did replace my driveway & widen it in pavers, added 2 walkways in pavers and have almost a full complement of weed free grass. (in front of the house anyway) what a shame there are only 24 hours in a day

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