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12-23-2002, 01:22 AM
Have a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
I believe this is a great thing that were doing, asking for help, and helping others
12-23-2002, 01:29 AM
I second that, I hope everyone is safe and enjoys the holiday season.
Only 2 shopping days left. lol my father has to take x mas eve off to go shoppin. He has not gotten anything
12-24-2002, 11:50 PM
Maybe he will get you a Chevy. ho ho ha ha
12-25-2002, 12:01 AM
merry christmas to all the two guys garage forum family
12-25-2002, 12:02 AM
With a BIG BOWE TIE RIBBON around the car. Just joking fotw
ho ho no way, I would have him take it back lol. Listen to this, the past 3 weeks my father has been tell me that we have to get our old snow blower inside so that we can work on it. Where the house is looks like a small engine junk yard, we hve everything there lol anyways, I know that my mother got him a new one for chrismas but I have not been able to tell him. So get news today that tommorow we are sposed to get 8-1 inchs of snow. So he calls me up and we go to wrk on it. No spark getting to plugs. so we have to TRY and get the fly wheel off so that we can sand the points. Problems is that we did not have a popper for the flywheel. Now I am sure that all of you have tryed to get the fly wheel off without the popper, so you know that it is dĀmn near impossable. Needless to say we did not get it off. we had to settel with sanding the flywheel and the coil. Still nothing so 2 hours later, and frozen stif, we are still where we are when we started. after I got it all back together I told him that he has to go becuase my mother is droping off the new one off down where we were working in like 10 mins. So I went though all that just so that my father would not find out. let me know if any of these dose not make sence, I will try and reword it.
12-25-2002, 12:32 AM
Thats cool (no pun intended) It will be worth it tomorrow..good work.
12-25-2002, 12:33 AM
I know your father will be proud. And I hate it that your getting so much snow and I'm not LOL. That flywheel is it like on a lawn mower or a garden tiller? Because if it is you can loosen the flywheel nut to the end of the crankshaft, take a bar on each side of the flywheel and apply a little pressure downwards pushing the flywheel upwards and taking a hammer at the same time just barely tapping on the flywheel nut. I know this sounds crazy but it will work if you don't have the right tool's. Like I said don't push down to hard on your push bars, and don't hit the flywheel nut and crankshaft hard at all. You're also a good sport for doing all of that knowing he was getting a new one
I know about that trick but we dont have a place to store all that junk so it sits outside getting rusty. I pulled the blower over on top on my trying to pry it off. P.S. He likes the new one, he says that now I have to get the old one going so that I will have something other then the shovel
12-25-2002, 05:34 PM
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE
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