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I first noticed it shortly after buying the truck. That the front axil was about an inch out of alignment.
Rule Number 77 on this one. Don't do what I did with a piece of 2x2 1/8" angle. (I've got a couple squares cut to box everything in.)I've got a new hardened solid shank I need to trim off and the back up lock-nut should fit up-in-there.(I wanted to make sure it all fit before I went too crazy with welding it up.) But wow, what a difference.
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Lots of visits from Canada.
September 9th 2008: This week I revived the Caddy Trunk.
I think it's pretty neat, like a portable pick up I can roll about in my one car garage.
Helpful Hint: whenever working around car battery's and their connections, don't ware any metallic rings - because if you create abridge to a body or engine block with your ring - they can turn red hot in a split second. There is nothing like the agony of trying to pull a ring off while it is melting your skin
Sunday May 13th, 2007: I've been setting the 30 pages for this web-site.
May 15, 2007 this site was uploaded and launched on May 16, 2007.
That equals to about another 30 million.
Pretty Cool I'd say.
Beats collecting stamps.
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