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A scant 1.5 mile up hill hike gives you a view of Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Moab, Utah.

 

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WhiteDragon, I'm not sure what you mean by "that black thing", The bullet is a .38 special loaded into a .357 cylinder so there is extra room left in the cylinder. that might be it...
 

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'96 XL EEC-V 347 E40D 1356 411 6" lift 35x12.50x15
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WhiteDragon, I'm not sure what you mean by "that black thing", The bullet is a .38 special loaded into a .357 cylinder so there is extra room left in the cylinder. that might be it...

Not to be a Pain,
This black thing with the red arrow pointing at it.
(surely it's not the bullet casing?)

 

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Not to be a Pain,
This black thing with the red arrow pointing at it.
(surely it's not the bullet casing?)

That's unused length in the cylinder I think. Definitely a different perspective
 
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That's unused length in the cylinder I think. Definitely a different perspective

Maybe, but the other pic don't jive with that.

Speaking of Perspective.

I keep looking at that round and thinking,

I wonder if the Cat felt like this? LoL,
Get it? Curiosity, Cat... :histerica.

Later
Dragon
 

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Sure it does, the cylinder is swung away in the other pic, and it's not there.
 

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Don't know where you found that.....sure does bring back memories. That is still part of the current building. I started spending money there about 7 year after the pic was taken. The rollup doors on the west side are interesting.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/751+E+11th+Ave,+Columbus,+OH+43211/@39.9939091,-82.9863021,3a,44.9y,152.97h,79.77t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sBFiD58zNmZqa1hXPNvBvxQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x8838893640a5dde9:0x45650bef8fc06dff!8m2!3d39.9933002!4d-82.9866949
 

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Is that the rag-tag group that developed the Stant thermostat?

1898 Stant is founded at 329 Western Avenue, Connersville, Indiana.
1912 The Stant Machine Company is incorporated.
1915 Stant becomes world’s largest producer of piano tuning pins.
1921 Stant developed lock for Moto-Meter temperature gauge on automotive radiators.
 
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White, Thats a copper jacketed flat nose not a full wadcutter... the cat survived the wrath of the 40v monster by some rainbow huggers with a stemcell facory.
 

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'95 XLT: 5.8, MAF, E4OD, 4.56's, 6" on 33's
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I DID NOT ACTUALLY KILl A CAT WITH MY NEW WEED WACKER {for all you kat loverz-
PU55Y! :goodfinge


Took a little time today to blow the dust bunnies out of my noodle. :rockon
 

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Is that the rag-tag group that developed the Stant thermostat?

1898 Stant is founded at 329 Western Avenue, Connersville, Indiana.
1912 The Stant Machine Company is incorporated.
1915 Stant becomes world’s largest producer of piano tuning pins.
1921 Stant developed lock for Moto-Meter temperature gauge on automotive radiators.
Sure is. :thumbup
 

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Finally (since moving into a new house) unpacked most of my auto supplies and Bronco parts. Have my workspace all set up and cabinets full of junk, from heat shrink to washers, spray paint to oil pressure gauges, nitrile gloves to CB radios.

Damn I’m glad to have all that finally accessible so I don’t have to search through boxes upon boxes to find something as simple as a blade fuse. Now I just need to get a nice big toolbox to keep all my tools and put it in the corner where my Thule cargo box is. :thumbup
 
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