Poconoeagle wrote:It's a yj jeep with a big block
Nothing wrong with a YJ sporting a 440.
I'm On Fire wrote:Oh sweet!! I just save $20 on the seal. I decided to take the part number from the site I was going to order it from where it was $44 and put it in eBay and found the same seal kit for $19.75. Other than lost time using the machine it's a fairly inexpensive repair. Hopefully that's the only part I need.
Richard S. wrote:I paint stuff about 1 person is going to see every 20 years LOL.
dcrane wrote:well... if it makes ya feel any better i had my Husky rototiller shyt the bed today, so thinking im still young i decided to bring out the shovel and.... Snap!
SMITTY wrote:Lots of dealers on eBay are guys buying dealer closeouts, bankruptcies, etc. They throw an offer in for the whole lot of parts and end up paying pennies for some of it when all is said and done. I just bought a $70 accelerator pump for a Mercruiser for $25 from a place that does just that. NOS, still in the wrapper.
Here's a Jeep I happened to find yesterday. Has a 383 stroker in it with a Ford 9" , Dana front, and some big ass transfer case. It's built to the moon. Should wheelie once I get her running. Damn fuel injection ..... if your gonna build something like this, why not go carburetor??? Anyway ..............
Richard S. wrote:Poconoeagle wrote:not only do I paint stuff never scene for decades, I then write funny notes on it like O#*&bama Sucks or ford sucks or chrylser sucks.......
I leave beer bottles in the wall with notes. LOL