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Old 08-07-2016, 05:52 AM   #5741
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Good Morning, Gordon, I've drove that ole truck so long I don't need a test drive LOL. but have to wait till the body is back together. Here's a video of painting the frame with POR15
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Like the sleeves Terry, I hadn't thought of those. It sure saves the arms from the POR15 that one always seems to get all over when painting. That truck is going to be better than new by the time you get done.
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Frank, When I was driving there was a fellow that was an artificial inseminator and those are the gloves they used, so I got a couple of boxes of them, don't use them very often but they work great for this.
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Old 08-07-2016, 09:28 AM   #5744
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Ohhhhhhhhh lord Terry! Can't wait for the comments on this one! Popeye, your up!! Rail!!
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OOOH NOO I probley shouldn't have done that! Anyone from cow country will know what I mean LOL
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Ahhhhhh Errrrrrrrrrrrrr Great idea Terry !
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Nope, I am not going to do it. Nope, if Popeye can resist, I can. Nope not going to do it. I'll let it go.............. not touching this till the cows come home!!!!

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Nope, I am not going to do it. Nope, if Popeye can resist, I can. Nope not going to do it. I'll let it go.............. not touching this till the cows come home!!!!

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LLoyd,

You might be in trouble then. I grew up next to a small dairy farm. The cows came home on their own EVERY night at the same time; they were ready for milking. Folks from "cow country" will know this as well. Now what do you say???
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OhhhWHEEE, I'm not touching that one either.
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Terry,

Thank you for the videos. Your videos cover different processes of relative projects, with the bonus tips & tricks. I'm learning a lot from them. As well as the tips and ideas others are sharing here.

This is such a great thread! Informative, and, entertaining.

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OK - someone has to do it so here goes;
Watch me pull a rabbit out of this hat. NOTHING UP MY sleeves - I am wearing see through sleeves!

Where does Terry keep his armies? In his rubber glovies!

Great fashion statement. Could accessorize with a nice set of arm gators.

Another good video Terry. The explanation is primo! We should all be able to do similar things.
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Good Afternoon, I can get myself in trouble soooo easy, . Rich, Thanks! I think alot of the subjects in the videos can be related at least in part to an RV of some sort, even if it's a PU, I have to do this stuff anyway so I figured why not video it and pass it on, I can't say that everything I do is the best way or even the right way but it's how I've done things, seems to work most times . The videos are one take, in other words I don't stage or retake any part I just turn on the camera and shoot, what comes out is what I did, (unless I really screw up). I may not video some segments because I think if the viewer try's it and is not experienced they could hurt themselves, (I have) Today was kinda laid back day giving my old body some rest, hope to get back with it tomorrow, oh gotta vid coming up of replacing the rear spring in the PU. By the way I get alot of great advise here too.
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Except for Gordon I think the lack of responses said more than anything .
That's all just part of being a celebrity.

I learned all sorts of snappy responses to deal with hecklers but I never heard a good one for your situation though !
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Popeye,
Who, Us, hecklers, NEVER!!!!!!!! lol.
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