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Old 10-08-2016, 05:16 PM   #6133
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My contribution to the thread count. I too dislike the use of particle board construction. I had to rebuild the headliner across the front of my GBM. The clearance lights leaked and made sawdust out of the board.
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Old 10-08-2016, 07:34 PM   #6134
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Welcome to the thread Eyephoto, nice job on the headliner.
Terry,
Glad to see that I'm not the only one that has to do things the hard way because Uncle Murphy keeps getting in the way. I figured that on the video, couldn't let you go without pulling your leg a little, lol.
Gordon,
Don't get too comfortable in that corner, remember that Janet is going to want you to take her south very shortly.
Later gang,
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Old 10-08-2016, 09:15 PM   #6135
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Actually Gordon can leave the corner anytime he wants to .
I think he likes it there with all the donuts and coffee????
BUT he still has to wear the pointy hat !

Terry
When can you install those headers on my 350?
I'll let you do a video and everything!
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Old 10-09-2016, 05:41 AM   #6136
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Terry, check out this tiny class C, I saw the other day! I also saw one with a back door, same size, here in Tokyo, but it got away before I could snap a pic! Rail!
PS, the lines on the back are a shadow from a tree and the light from the train station!
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Good Morning, Eyephoto, Nice job, I have discovered that clearance lights cause alot of damage, factory's don't seem to seal them very well. Frank, me and Murphy are on a first name bases, LOL. Popeye, I'll put those headers on anytime . Rail, that's a nice little Class C the back door might be the only space for it . Here's the next episode
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Nice job as always Terry.
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just made a fresh pot of coffee,,,,bring on the doughnuts,,,,lol
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Corner Clatch Crew here;
Going to town shortly to get donuts as well as some other stuff.

Janet does not mind me being in the corner. Then she knows where I am. She also knows that BAP and MK will keep me out of too much trouble.

"If you are not living on the edge you are taking up too much space!"

Popeye - Wore my pointy hat out. If you have one bring it to the Meet and Greet. If you will share we can take turns wearing it. LOL

Now back to the thread.

Terry enjoying the videos on the Show Plow Truck.
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Old 10-09-2016, 02:57 PM   #6141
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Just kidding this heap needs a lot , lot , lot of other work before headers come up on the priority list !!!!!
I agree , it's going to be more than the average plow truck .........

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Wore it OUT ! What exactly are you doing with it ??????????
Inquiring minds want to know.
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Are you hinting that any of MY jokes deserve a pointy hat ????
(I thought I had edited those all out)
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Are you hinting that any of MY jokes deserve a pointy hat ????
(I thought I had edited those all out)
Absolutely not hinting at anything good or bad.

Think that you and I are very similar in many respects. It appears that neither of us takes ourselves so seriously that we are not able to laugh at our own foibles. That and we will start something if nothing is happening.

We probably have the same hat size as well!! LOL 7 3/8.
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Gordon and Popeye,
I sure am glad that you two are on here and I can call you friends. You both keep things light and lively and everyone on their toes. I love it.
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Good Afternoon, I have a feeling most of us here have very similar mindsets, (or we wouldn't have become such good friends), have been working on the car trailer today, installing the lighting and wiring, next up wiring the trailer brakes, would like to get it up and usable before winter sets in, never know when it might get called into service. Lots of stuff has been "going on" ,my one son is helping an old GF move back to Alaska and she has a horse. I never thought about traveling with a horse, they had to book a barn every night for the horse, what a job, but they drove across country to Washington, and are now on a ferry to Juno, Alaska, takes three days to get there from Bellingham, Wash. then he flies back here. Then MIL decides last night to take a dive, (not planned) and we found her this morning, looks like she severely broke her arm above the elbow, they, (Eleanor) are in the hospital now. Looks like she will have to have the Lifeline button from now on.
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Please give MIL and Eleanor our best. As we get older we seem to become more brittle. Sad because it also seems we take longer to heal.
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I hope she heals up ok, my mom broke an ankle a few years back ,
just getting up from sitting on the porch steps .......got a titanium splint screwed to the bones and took months to heal up.
That's when I knew I had to be around .
I wish I could be here 24/365 but not allowed here.

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I have no idea what my hat size is , I get the ones with a velcro band !
I wanted to get a cowboy hat at Sheplers in San Antone when I lived there but when I found out what they cost,,,,,,,fagottaboutit.
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