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unclemoustache

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Well what was about 50 acres last night when I went to bed turned into approx 5500 acres tonight


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Well what was about 50 acres last night when I went to bed turned into approx 5500 acres tonight


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That was us last year. Went to bed with a distant camp fire, woke up to the fire next door, falling ash, and no daylight for three days.

Best of luck, stay safe.
 
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Oh man! That reminds me of a bolt I was trying to loosen - I used a breaker bar and a 20-ton hydraulic jack.
I then realized I got mixed up with the "lefty-loosey" thing again. :dumb2::dumb2::dumb2::dumb2::dumb2:

Or, when the break bar just won't do. This was me last year starting to disassemble the drive.

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Minor repairs on truck frame. Might have to junk it. But I doubt it😄

That brings back some memories :). Rebuilt the rear end of my '79 Camaro back in '85. Yes, it only took that long for the salt on the roads to eat away the rear frame.
This was me, I'm no mechanic but when you are young you think you know it all. :surprised3: Note the quality jack stands underneath.
Sure wish I had not sold that car.
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