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  1. And it's wheel-driven, not jet propulsion lsr_rr_mm.mpg
    2 points
  2. You will never conquer a hoax virus until the election is over and the Liberals give up or Trump finally has had enough and tells the truth that it is a election hoax and let's move on, read the numbers not the BS, Liars always figure and figures never lie. 1/2 a million die to cigarettes and nobody cares, get over it.
    2 points
  3. Finally got my EG finished. I've been using it as a daily driver for couple weeks now. It'll run 55 no problem, 60 if I'm feeling brave. The hydrovac is allowing brake fluid from the master cylinder to be drawn into the engine. Master goes dry after couple hundred miles. So the hydrovac needs a rebuild. Not many sources for this anymore. Has anybody had this done recently? About all I can find on line is Ed Strain/ White Post restorations. I called and they claim they can rebuild it, but, I wanted to check with you guys first. It's a Bendix tandem piston, 9.5 diameter. Part # 374300
    2 points
  4. Wow.......didn't realize I was a puppet. Somebody's Wheaties got pissed in. So I'm a puppet, kscarbel is the devil, the old lady (whatever her name is this month) is terrible because she's a liberal Democrat, (which I don't condone, but she's entitled to her opinions) and you're what? You have your opinion of people Mr. Hancock. But no one else is allowed theirs? Dave went off on the lady about unions and union shops. You didn't have a thing to say. I believe in everything he says, he's entitled to his opinion. You think everyone should only be allowed to think what you think? You took
    2 points
  5. I was going to point out you should put that in the “Corona Virus News” Thread, instead of the “Farce” thread, but then I realized it was a New York Times.
    2 points
  6. On Ebay in Oregon. Reserve price, could be high. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-Mack-Truck/392909578198?hash=item5b7b3c5fd6:g:MREAAOSw2QVfMeMv
    1 point
  7. simple to fix only turn left.
    1 point
  8. Twin ignition 707 engine my info show the same plugs for both.
    1 point
  9. You won't get stopped using these balloons . . . http:// You're trying to correct the same person who learning I was married again to an Israeli congratulated us by posted a link to tell me that all Jewish people vote Democrap?
    1 point
  10. It was 109 at my house today and I am not in the desert
    1 point
  11. Mr. Hancock, calling fellow members (i.e. Mark) derogatory names on my BMT Investors Bulletin Board thread is unacceptable behavior.
    1 point
  12. It was on CL for about $10k if i remember right, but the listing seems to have expired or been deleted. Somewhere around the southern Oregon area...
    1 point
  13. The masks mandates have increased my success rate at robbing Circle K's and 7/11 stores.
    1 point
  14. I remember coming across 40 between Barstow and Needles and it was 109 at night. Was in a first generation Jevic T800 and the A/C was out.
    1 point
  15. Heard on the news last night that Death Valley, CA was 130F. Probably one reason why condo sales never took off...
    1 point
  16. To all the men who went, to all the Mums who let their sons go, thankyou People always seem to forget the Mums and Dads #OTD – Opening shots of the Battle of Long Tan At 0243 on the 17th of August 1966, the Vietcong launched an artillery strike on the Australian position at Nui Dat. This bombardment marked the opening shots of one of the defining battles of Australian Military History – the Battle of Long Tan. By August 1966, the Australian position at Nui Dat was only three months old. Concerned at the establishment of such a strong Australian presence in their mids
    1 point
  17. The guy to my right is Sergei he is now in flight operations and I do sales but we can fly any time we want, I can jump a ride to anyplace a Antonov might be going and then catch a ride back or onto someplace else, makes globe trotting easy but of course your gonna expect to work, that entire crew is qualified to repair, rebuild or do what is needed to keep that plane flying the entire belly under the cargo deck is full of spare parts, from fuel lines to instruments for the flight deck (cockpit in the old days) and anything in between. see that shiny floor it's titanium, the entire cargo deck
    1 point
  18. 6 man flight crew, left right and 4 behind them and purser, now the part that will freak you out, there are 15 guys in the the back that keep that bird in the air, so this is how it works you work all day then it's gear up and some supper then you lay down in your bunk and you wake up x many hours later with a pretty good headache and that is from lack of oxygen, you see after we takeoff one guy goes on oxygen and after every one beds down they basically asphyxiate you to sleep, they cut the oxygen supply in the back cabin and you pass out then just before landing they turn the air back on and
    1 point
  19. Gotta love those shepherds. It’s been hot the last week or so and my mutts love the sprinkler and our pond. If the sprinkler isn’t on they dash over to the pond for a soak.
    1 point
  20. Yeah your jealous cause like I say better to be on my side of the fence than yours. B25 removed from Lake Murray after 60 years underwater one of a very few with remote turret under the belly, pilots all survived, and plane now resides in the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham AL. First B25 I moved and was on the TV show Mega Movers, second B25 we moved was from Rantoul AFB to SMF it's like I said it's not about the money it's about the people and sharing of ideas and the friends you make along the way, what have you done ? when you leave this earth it will not even be noticed because yo
    1 point
  21. No, cause you will never understand, many people come by the shop and bring their kids and learn some history of Aviation, there also plenty of old trucks and buses, and no cat gets refused a home for life something you will never understand, there is a huge sharing of information that goes on, it just happens for us that we share information on Trucks and Aircraft, like I said you are damaged by years of being lied too by your union leadership and can't see past your blind trust in them that the rest of us are SCABS, the fact is you are the minority and we are the driving force behind a vibr
    1 point
  22. Only one thing I love as much as the old Mack's, is the International Paystar. I've drove and owned Paystar's from the old steel hood 6x6 5000's up to my 2005 5600i. Giant frame rails, slipper spring with torque rod front suspension........they were one tough truck.
    1 point
  23. Umm..........what ????? China as of January 2020 has US$3.115 trillion* in foreign exchange reserves. Why would we give another country free money........that has more money than our deficit-ridden country has????? The way tax-payer money is senselessly handed out overseas by the pallet load should be a crime. * https://www.reuters.com/article/china-economy-forex-reserves/chinas-jan-forex-reserves-rise-to-3-115-trillion-idUSAZN02BXSZ
    1 point
  24. I don't believe much (if any) of the information or news from China. Also use a huge filter on the news that is disseminated here by the mass media.
    1 point
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