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that is a real long trip for ryan, like 7 hours or something
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then he can ride in the back of your truck.
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Wish I could come but you guys are a little too far away. Plus, I will be on the road for work about then.

Total Travel Estimates: 8 hours 26 minutes / 552.23 miles Fuel Cost: $79.61

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Diggin a hole? hahahahah Matt your funny when your dilusional...so what do I need to bring? My compressor? impact? air wrench? what?
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well, I have B bars and I will have #1's too
are you using either pair of them?? it's a dumb question, but calc homework + lack of sleep = bad memory haha
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Diggin a hole? hahahahah Matt your funny when your dilusional...so what do I need to bring? My compressor? impact? air wrench? what?
You can bring the compressor if you want that way we can use more than one tool at a time. If you do that then bring a hose, your impact and w/e else you want.. I guess wrenches?

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are you using either pair of them?? it's a dumb question, but calc homework + lack of sleep = bad memory haha
i guess it hasn't been 100% clearly stated in the thread yet.. that i know of.

he's coming in to get my RCD brackets put on, some of the brackets Jacob is making and a set of coil overs.. He used to have the B bars on the truck, the #1 bars are comin off the truck once he gets here.
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wrenches? You don't have wrenches? What the hell kinda of lifting buissness are you running Matt? Geez so I should just bring my whole damn toolbox then....LMAO
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this meet is gonna be one big laughfest
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are you using either pair of them?? it's a dumb question, but calc homework + lack of sleep = bad memory haha
the b-bars are just hanging out, they might be a little wore out though, and like matt said the #1's are coming off at the meet. They are in good shape, got them from highroller and have only about 7,000 miles on them from me. They don't sag even with my heavy piles of crap up front.

the more air compressors the better
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Wish I could come but you guys are a little too far away. Plus, I will be on the road for work about then.

Total Travel Estimates: 8 hours 26 minutes / 552.23 miles Fuel Cost: $79.61
I wish my fuel cost for 550 miles was only 80 bucks haha, maybe in 1998.

It will be 80 just for the 320 mile trip
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wrenches? You don't have wrenches? What the hell kinda of lifting buissness are you running Matt? Geez so I should just bring my whole damn toolbox then....LMAO
a ghettofantabular one! Im just saying, If we have 2 impacts but not 2 wrenches to put on the back of the bolts then its useless having 2 impacts.

i want to bring my box home instead of throwing all my tools in a bag.

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this meet is gonna be one big laughfest
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I can bring my 24v Bosch Hammer Drill/Driver and the Bosch Powerbox Charger/Radio! haha

but I better calm down. A 48qt igloo full of brewskis and the powerbox fills like 25% of the bed...steppie FTL again. lol
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i have a stereo in the garage.
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well, i gotta bring the powerbox, as i don't have a charger for the 24v...lol i got it from work, won't say how, as it that should say enough lol
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I can bring my wrenches too but I aint got no metric chit, don't mess with that canadian stuff haha
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sorry to say it but almost everything is made with that canadian stuff now.

i haven't bought an american size tool since i became a mechanic.
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Well I'm no help, anything I have that is metric is little stuff. like 14 mm and smaller It will be in my truck anyway if we need something extra
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my boss has a small trailer so i may bring home my roll around tool cart that has most of my hand tools and sockets in it that way my **** doesn't get misplaced and lost.
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I wouldn't mind if we misplaced a like 10 or 20 tools in my truck. They will be loved either way so what would it matter
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what would matter is i almost have snap-on paid off and i would hate to spend more money with that dude. and sears doesn't let me pay weekly. lol
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Oooo snap on, yeah I could take care of those awhile
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casey its about time you invest in some metric stuff. thats what your truck is homie
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Oooo snap on, yeah I could take care of those awhile
the ones i currently have are craftsman with a few off brand matco's and snap on's thrown in there.

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casey its about time you invest in some metric stuff. thats what your truck is homie
i had to use a 5/8 and 15mm to do my brakes... i think thats what they were.
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awww, bah humbug. I'm just going to replace every bolt on my truck and use a cresent to take the metric out
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hahahaahah
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