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    Re: Snow Chains or Cables

    Why not bring back an old thread in the heat of the summer! I am also in the heavy duty chains group. I went to a truck tire shop and bought 4 v-bar chains sized for my wheels, extra cross links and...
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    Dana 70 axle Locker $400 (Langley)

    I have a Richmond Gear lock-right locker for sale, works excellent and is easy to install into a standard / open differential in 2 - 3 hours. It is in brand new condition. Sold my Dodge truck to...
  3. Re: Final listing - 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FZj80 - lifted, lockered, ready to wheel

    thedjjack, It is not your thread or place to pass judgement on another member's rig in a for sale section. If you have a problem with legalities then you can always file a complaint with the proper...
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    Re: new member from langley!

    Welcome to the board. Man that paint is shiny! Give us a year and we'll help you make that CRD blend in around here :welder
  5. Re: Final listing - 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FZj80 - lifted, lockered, ready to wheel

    Just a reminder that jumping on someone's back in any for sale section is not allowed. Civility is required and expected.
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    Re: sunday on the river

    Nice fish! (thinking of alder smoked spring steaks, mmmmmm.)
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    Re: Hunters beware

    Thanks guys to those of you who brought this thread back out of the pissing match and into a usable post. There's nothing wrong with posting a positive or negative review of a product or service...
  8. Sticky: A reminder to please delete your thread once the item is no longer available.

    Just a reminder guys to please delete your threads once the item has been taken and is no longer available. It helps keep the boards clean and makes it easier for members to know what items are still...
  9. Wanted 89-93 Dodge diesel transmission: Getrag 360 2wd intact for rebuildable core

    I'm looking for a rebuildable / complete Getrag 360 2WD transmission. Doesn't matter how many miles on it since they don't live long anyways, as long as the gears and shift tower components are...
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    Re: Bull bar vs brush bumper vs light bar

    My 02 is lifted enough that having any sort of bar on the front would make it a pain to work on the engine compartment, so I have the lights mounted right through the top of the bumper. Its not as...
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    Re: anyone buy a new gun?

    Very nice Ruby.
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    Re: Built 91 YJ FS $12,000 OBO

    Looks like a nice Jeep!
  13. 2 - BFG All terrain KOs 285-75-16 in decent shape. $150 for the pair.

    2 tires for sale:

    285-75-16 BFG All terrains
    Tread depth at 8/32nds or just over 50%
    In decent shape, no uneven wear, etc.

    Looking for $150 for the pair.

    604-834-3031
  14. Re: Has anyone bought an alberta truck and imported into bc?

    nope, no more welding rigs for me, I've had my fill :) I'm the happy new owner of a rare '98 12 valve cummins quad cab 4x4 with the 5spd.
  15. Re: Has anyone bought an alberta truck and imported into bc?

    thanks guys for the added tips.
  16. Re: Has anyone bought an alberta truck and imported into bc?

    Thanks guys for the help. I'm glad I asked, I didn't know about that binder policy I need from ICBC.

    Thanks again. :)
  17. Has anyone bought an alberta truck and imported into bc?

    Hey guys, does anyone have experience buying an alberta truck and bringing it home to BC, and if so, what will I have to go through and will it be a problem to get insurance on it when in alberta?...
  18. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks jeep for the info. 6's are definitely better than no work or collecting ei as Kore mentioned. I can't collect ei at all because I was self employed. Sort of like taking a double hit when the...
  19. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks Big Chev. I haven't given up in the HD trade, but I did leave that company. I'll find a better one hopefully in the next month or two. I'm also looking at the auto shops. I'm into both fields...
  20. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks guys for the info on the schools and programs. Since I posted a week back, I've been working in a local heavy equipment shop, or heavy equipment repair was what I was told by the lady hiring...
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    Go to school? I have a Bachelors degree in Law, but I'm not the office type, which is why I had the welding business. Generally speaking if I'm not working in a trades environment doing something...
  22. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks, its good to hear form someone who enjoys what they do.
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    Thanks Kore.




    Yeah, time for a change. I don't mind doing welding here and there, but my endless days of lying in the mud welding structural and heavy equipment are over. I want to get into...
  24. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks guys for the comments. I wouldn't have thought it would be that tough of a trade to get into at the moment but I guess like you say it can be deceiving. It's a bad time to be an apprentice...
  25. Re: Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Thanks for the comments Ford Guru. It seems that it is tough all over. There are a fair number of commercial mechanic jobs being advertised in BC on the Job bank board, but almost all of them are...
  26. Commercial Transport or Heavy Duty mechanic?

    Hey guys, I'm changing jobs and am considering starting my apprenticeship as a heavy duty mechanic. I noticed that BCIT has two trade areas for this, one called Commercial Transport Mechanic and the...
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    Re: Excavator operator jobs?

    Yeah its real tough right now. I just applied to suncore up in ft mac they have an opening, but i'm sure half the country is applying at the same time.
  28. Thread: Truck Box

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    Re: Truck Box

    No worries. I sort of went all out when looking for a box, wanted something tough enough to carry a few hundred pounds of stuff and still stay dry during our 9 rainy months of the year, ended up...
  29. Thread: Truck Box

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    Re: Truck Box

    I have a top of the line wide body crossover style box (holds more stuff than the narrower boxes). It is a Delta Pro polished aluminum checker plate box. It uses under-rail J hooks to mount it so you...
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    Re: Leasure Wheelin'

    Wes is right, a person needs to be careful on west Harrison, it can be a bit of a trap where you keep going in, its a good drive and easy to push through the snow down hill and then coming back out...
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    Re: Regarding the recent BCC thread

    Lars, thanks for this thread. I don't mind it being known that I moderated the BCC thread. Seeing that there is some question as to why the thread was deleted instead of being locked, I will offer an...
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    Re: Miller 200 mig

    I have yet to like the Miller 251, it will do the job but its never made me smile like Lincoln's Powermig can. I think their products went downhill when ITW bought Miller out some years back.
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    Re: NV4500 5th gear

    Both the 4500 and 5600 are great transmissions, although the 4500 is bullet proof with the exception of that nut, it strikes so few people its not something I would be too worried about (unless of...
  34. Re: Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    thanks for the link, i'll check them out.
  35. Re: Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    No the kit for some reason doesn't come with a trimmer. I find that a bit weird, would have thought that would have been a standard piece of equipment. Is the HACS show the hunting show at the Tradex?
  36. Re: Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    Thanks guys. I usually deal with Kent Outdoors in Agassiz for the big purchases, but I can't afford to drive out to Agassiz every time I need something. I plan on starting with the 7mm Rem Mag and...
  37. Re: Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    Chris, thanks for those links. I'm going to give wholesale sports a try, they appear to have great prices. :cool:
  38. Re: Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    Thanks Bruce, I searched the name and nothing came up. I'll let you know if I find a place that looks good.




    Thanks but I don't need any brass for those calibers.
  39. Where to get reloading supplies for a fair price.

    This fall I've decided to get into reloading and just purchased a RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Master kit. However, I still need to find a couple of things like the Trim Pro casing trimmer and a media...
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    Re: Welding rod debate!!

    Proper prep before doing crack repairs is essential. In crack repairs, it is essential you get 100 % penetration either into a backing plate or open root for it to be successful in the long run....
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    Re: anyone buy a new gun?

    If you're just going after deer, and other medium game, a 7mm mag will be a bit overkill. It will work, but you can't get buck fever or you'll ruin a good chunk of meat, and its harder than it sounds...
  42. Thread: Sliders

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    Re: Sliders

    :laugh
  43. Thread: Sliders

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    Re: Sliders

    That's how I would build them as well, tucked up and out of the way, maybe 1/2" of clearance between the bottom of the rocker to the top of the slider. I'd probably start with a piece of 2x4 or...
  44. Thread: Dry cut saw

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    Re: Dry cut saw

    Its the same factory, just different paint and decals. Same good princess auto warranty though.
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    Re: Welding rod debate!!

    Flat and horizontal positions are absolutely very different. A fast fill, high deposition, slow freeze rod really has no place in a code critical horizontal application.

    Moderator note: Drunk or...
  46. Thread: Dry cut saw

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    Re: Dry cut saw

    There is some confusion going on here about the dry cut saws vs the abrasive (cheaper) chop saws.
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    Re: Welding rod debate!!

    Yep, there is some mis-information in this thread. Thanks to all for keeping it civil none the less. Most automotive manufacturers will / can supply specs for an acceptable welding procedure on their...
  48. Just a reminder to keep it safe out there during this part of the year.

    Just a reminder guys that if you're heading out for a day trip to take a couple extra precautions this time of year. Places like the West Harrison area can find an unsuspecting 4 wheeler in a bit of...
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    Re: POR-15 questions

    I would liek to try that stuff some time but haven't been able to find a local dealer for it
  50. Re: looking to buy a jackall , where should i go?

    I got my hi-lift from PA and am happy with it. I agree, I'd skip the sketchy offshore ones.
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