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Nice! But, what's your shop rate for doin' work on our trucks? He he :thumb1: since you gotta shop and office.......

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Well I've been getting $65 a hour here locally. Fits the budget of most of the locals (depressed area). Also do horse trading too (Bartering).I just did a VP44 injection pump and lift pump install just a few weeks ago. Then did a coolant flush and change too just a few days ago. :whistle:

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Do you have a license?:lol:I'd be half tempted to drive into Riggins for truck work too :)

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My Desktop Optiplex 360 Desktop sits on a homemade desk... made to fit between my bed & the wall. I used laminated boards from Home Depot. There is a drawer 3" below the top... on ball bearing drawer slides also HD... for the Mouse & Keyboard. There's another pull out shelf to the right (8" below the top) which used to house the paper feed for the original dot matrix printer. Right now, I have a phone on the end of that shelf and small plastic drawer bins with cables & attachments.

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Do you have a license?:lol: I'd be half tempted to drive into Riggins for truck work too :)

I'd be more than willing to work on your truck if you drove down here. As for the license? What License? License to do what? Just a redneck mechanic here.

My Desktop Optiplex 360 Desktop sits on a homemade desk... made to fit between my bed & the wall. I used laminated boards from Home Depot. There is a drawer 3" below the top... on ball bearing drawer slides also HD... for the Mouse & Keyboard. There's another pull out shelf to the right (8" below the top) which used to house the paper feed for the original dot matrix printer. Right now, I have a phone on the end of that shelf and small plastic drawer bins with cables & attachments.

Now that craftmanship... To build all that and cram a computer there... Now mine seems rather Redneck to Flagman's :doh::lmao:

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I did not clean up for this picture!! I just moved the chair out of the way for clarity. Notice the magnetic hooks on the side of the case, holding my headset out of the way so I don't get entangled with it in the dark.

The keyboard drawer moves very easily, perhaps too easily... but my belly acts as a stop. The rubber cushion on the left is a wrist support as the MS gives me fits with hand arm control.

The Optiplex is a commercial unit with a bigger case than my old unit that used to fit straight on. I like that the case has a LOT of ventilation.

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michael, ive got that exact same power control switch (under your monitor)! LOL

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BAM! That didn't take long.. LOL

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