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015point9 last won the day on September 2 2020

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  1. Notice the end at the threads. Looks sort of like an air stone for a fish tank. "Sinistered" snubbers increase gauge readability by smoothing out pressure surges, pulsations and spikes, and eliminating instrument failure" I got mine at the local hydraulic Fix-It shop
  2. Congrats!!! Correct, delayed entry good for them and you. For them...Having a stable full of recruits to draw from keeps numbers looking good. For you...able to plan ahead somewhat.
  3. @dripley when people find out how long we've been married I always tell him murderers don't serve that long
  4. Seems like the Marines has most of your interest.... go for it. Interesting how life turns out...In 1972 I also went into them using their delayed entry program. At that time signing up for 2 years was a sure fire way to become an infantryman. But signing up for more years, the more desirable MOS's were available. In signed up for 4 years with my understanding the Marines would teach me the trade of heavy equipment operator. Little did I know that "heavy equipment operator" was one of many other MOS's that people signing up for 4 years were assigned to. About a week before gr
  5. (I'm retired 30 plus years military, so the is what my answers are based ) First off Congrats on going in. You'll have some of the best and worst times of your life. And will work for some of best and worst people. Does this mean you're set on them or have you signed some type of paper work or "locked in" to USMC. So then your age is 28? I thought cut off was 26 unless you had some skill uncle sam really, really wanted. Please answer above questions before I answer more. But overall an MOS with the most transferable skills to civilian lif
  6. Question... disconnecting grid heaters like you do doesn't set off any codes?
  7. Is there any logical reason why I can't install a filter in the return fuel line? My fuel supply line goes from fuel tank to Airdog (95 or 100?) then directly to VP44 and very happy with the way AD is plumbed and mounted.
  8. Speaking of oil...I'm going to change oil also. Would the new oil being poured in go to all the right places. Like all those gears behind the timing cover?
  9. Is there a fuse I can remove to keep from starting...or something else I can do to turn over the engine to circulate some oil prior to starting? Or maybe I don't need to do anything? Currently 1/2 tank of fuel, my game plan from VP44 back to fuel tank is to drain and flush, new filters and biocide I assume pretty dry inside engine is reason for asking. (Between Thanksgiving and Christmas have lots planned...additional fuel filter, flush cooling system, WT Mod, and updated radio) Thanks
  10. Depends on what you have more of...time or money. Time on your side...Bulk head fittimg for fuel supply, extend to length you want inside fuel canister with schedule 40. Return line drains back to tank via filler hose (between gas cap and tank) Black plastic cap (only used in gas models for smog) get new cap from part store in vacuum line area. My old one cracked. Had to drop everything just for $2.00 part Or jb weld hole air tight. If you need any plastic to jb weld anything...plastic cap from mayonnaise jar or pill bottle. In other words plastic about as thick as what that
  11. My problem was the connection where the wires come together at the very top of the pumpkin on the diff. I put a jumper wire in and my light went off...jumped up and down for joy, mangled a hose clamp around it till I got a another connection and three years later it still got the hose clamp on it making the connection right at the very top of the pumpkin.
  12. Thanks for responding, I ordered from the place that makes the pumps for a amsoil. Should be here fri. Tried to find an Amsoil Dealer and ran out of time, so had to go another route.
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