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Whoaaaw what a story.
nwgeo wrote:Thank you nwgeo, I really enjoy driving this little Swift
Just reread through the entire build… very entertaining. Thanks Walt.
Made a small upgrade. The rear door lock switch workes :-) https://i.imgur.com/iR84WFR.jpg Not finished the rear door jet. Waiting for some higher temperatures for spraying . https://i.imgur.com/09jXvCh.jpg Also repaired the doorhandle. https://i.imgur.com/5xGuqGg.jpg https://i.imgur.com/ibNhQ6Z.jpg...
:-o Ohw i did not know that. When you could affort that kind of money. You could proberly start for your self :laugh: Sorry for your los. Good luck with the funeral. :-D Great to hear there is a new parts guy. Must be a strange situation when there is somebody who does not talks to you :-o But bette...
had a call back about the one job- $85 ~ $95k per year, benefits, dental, pension plan….
and this other workplace is only 5 minutes away from where i work currently- nice!
This sounds great
Is there space for your son to?
Good luck for today
So that must have been a frustation day.
Glad you and your son left together
Good luck with the job applications.
And enjoy your time off
On one off my motorcycles.
I used to have a rusty tank.
The dust off the rust was in all 4 float bowls.
The stuff is flowing every where
If you know you have a rusty tank.
I would place an inline feul filter before the feul rail.
And get my injectors cleaned
I would inspect the feul pressure.
I find it strange that the engine ceeps running the same when you disconnected a injector
I think it will take a while.
Before everything is clear.
About the old parts guys messed up
Anyway enjoy working with your son
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