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  1. Backyard Lumberjack

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    face cord is not a term I have heard too much of. a cord at 128 cu ft is what I expect. or assume. not that I buy any. but, I did google it, and a face cord according to them is anything not a full cord. so a face cord could be 127.5 cu ft... I guess best to inquire...

    'let the buyer beware!"
     
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  3. Backyard Lumberjack

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    both those items for sure, maybe a refer... once in wouldn't want to head out to house for a :cheers:

    but, I guess a call to kitchen could get a sixpack put out by the front door... lol
     
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    my thots, too...
     
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    Houston weather: 60°F H6°C59°
    Precipitation: 0%
    Wind: 7 MPH
    Humidity: 77%
    Mostly cloudy
    Fri 11, 6:20 PM

    hope everyone has a nice weekend. guess we will have some rains this eve late, and in am tomorrow. which reminds me, I have some items out I don't want to get wet.

    'over n out!'
     
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    Im still alive, trying to stay warm and keep the snow cleared out as much as possible.
     
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    Hello Cb: Well the Ford man couldn't make it so we did the best we could . Bearings and seal went on smooth as well as driving the wheel stud bolts back through the rotor and wheel hub. After we got the brake caliper on the wheel spins ok , but we hear a slight 'Shhhhee' with pads touching the rotor. Is that normal ?
    Mounting the Caliper.
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    Yes that’s normal. Since rotors ain’t glazed they will do that with the pads but will instantly go away. Glad ya got them done. Packed bearings, rotors resurfaced & new lock out hubs! Ya did good!!
     
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    Moving. That's when there's nothing left:popcorn2: to do but move:D.
     
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    Thanks for the quick reply. I kinda thought it was okay, but knowing surely releases the fretting.
     
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    You are welcome Larry!
     
  12. deaves61

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    Good evening folks.
     
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    Pretty much normal pad thickness, rotor runout all play in the noise but will go away as surfaces true up to each other , Glad to hear your progress Sage,
     
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    Good evening/morning folks , I see most of y’all are watching or fighting a snow storm be careful out there drive only if you have to , Take care shoveling that stuff as were not as young as you think,
     
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    I can't say snow there was some nada time fora couple hours now the guessers say 28° & freezing rains. What is hitting off-vertical glass is just streaming down as rain wood. The6" of snow is diminishing from the 2" or so that was in place earlier.
    BL it may be what you say, but imho always the nut holding the wheel
    Good night
     
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    Good evening Neely.
     
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    Good evening Tony.
     
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    Good evening Del; are you in the snow path ?
     
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    To be honest Neely i need to do a better job of keeping up with life, i don't really watch any news or pay much attention to the weather much lately, i usually get the weather cast off my phone in the mornings, get my good morning thread news in the morning and I'm all good, guess i better check the weather though.
     
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    Back On for last check-in for the day. And what a day it was. And learned something about packing 4WD bearings on a 'Dana 50 IFS front axle'. Ya gotta say that part right cause it means a whole lot when it comes to parts.
    Hello neely: Thank ya, my friend. U and I are both Glad. This has been one more experience for me. :rolleyes:Hmmm, wonder if Ford would hire a 75 year old :cool: ? Wait, what am I thinkin'? I wouldn't go back to punchin' a clock again for nothin. :D
    Y'all have a good night.:drinkingcoffee:
     

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