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Unread December 31st, 2013, 05:05 PM
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WOW, are you sure that's mine??
I can't wait to get everything back together.
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Unread January 14th, 2014, 02:21 PM
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Don you want me to see if Roger will haul your pieces back over? Or are you coming this weekend?
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Unread January 15th, 2014, 06:55 AM
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Please send it with Roger if he's going to be there! I will return the favor Roger. I'll just be getting back from China this weekend. Thanks Steve.
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Unread January 15th, 2014, 08:29 AM
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China?? Man first Patrick is in Germany now you in china? See any falcons over there??
Parts will be on their way and I got your letter thanks Steve.
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I can bring it all back to Seattle, but that essentially lowered my "drive to Sequim capacity" from 4 down to 3. Gonna have to drop a back seat down flat to carry something that long back. Or we can lay it across the back passengers' laps.
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Unread January 19th, 2014, 11:19 AM
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Don, your parts are in Seattle. Gene drove his truck over so either the parts are still in the back of his truck or if they weren't too tired and remembered they unloaded them at Rogers place.
Either way get them installed, show season is fast approaching.
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Unread February 24th, 2014, 01:58 PM
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Hey Steve...I'm piling up a large bin of parts for blasting if I can find a day to get over there....one thing I'm wondering- if we blast them- then I take my time before they get coated- they will rust in-between right? Is there some sort of zinc-phosphate treatment that can be done right after blasting so I can take my time and don't have to worry about that?
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Unread February 24th, 2014, 02:12 PM
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What kind of parts Don? Why not coat them now?
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Unread February 24th, 2014, 04:27 PM
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Parts like...the fender splash guards, front spring shields, the two cups/headlight holders behind the headlights, various brackets like muffler bracket, horn brackets, the rear brake drums, hood holding rod, battery tray, stuff like that.
I was planning to let you do the big stuff (axle etc.) and do all the small stuff myself for some do-it-yerselfer satisfaction and powder coating is kind of fun. (I won't tell anyone.)
BUT, the blasting on the other hand...not so much fun with a cheap home setup- and although I got a ton done while it was working (15 min. each time)- my 2nd harbor freight baster went defective (junk!)- it was also a huge mess- so to make a long story longer- I thought I was thinking I would send out the blasting (or do it at your place per your offer) and then coat the stuff I can at home- but I'm not sure how long it will take to coat everything at home...may need more than one weekend.
Maybe if you let me help coat it all at your place and touch the gun or something- I can still say "I did it" and save a bunch of time too.
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Unread February 24th, 2014, 05:10 PM
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Roger and Gene might be heading this way on Friday March 7th. I will do a tech day powder your own stuff day if you guys want. All I ask it to cover the cost of powder.
Touch base with them or just come over to. Ill come in early and we can get a lot done in a day. Just let me know so I can get all my other work done ahead of schedule.
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Unread February 24th, 2014, 05:44 PM
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Sounds like fun...Weekend after next-I'll check with the boss as we get closer.
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Steve, just noticed you said Friday the 7th...I'm stuck working Friday but I'm in the clear for Saturday the 8th. I could get over there early. Any chance that will work? If Gene or Roger have any carryover work I'm also happy to help finish it and take it back or help with any where else I can.
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Unread March 5th, 2014, 05:50 PM
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Do you powder coat engines? If so, what needs to be done for prep before it gets to you?
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Can do but needs to be completely disassembled. Bare block no heads can be done. Usually cost prohibitive unless your doing a complete rebuild.
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My engine block and timing cover is powder coated burgundy.
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