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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Richard D, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. revkev6
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    trick question, they came with lug bolts :D

    btw african or european?
     
  2. squirrel
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    I kind of figured....

    here's one for you, how many different lug nuts or bolts are used on a 56 plymouth?
     
  3. SinisterCustom
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  4. revkev6
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    on the same car or spread over all models;)
     
  5. Appleseed
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    If I cut 7/12ths of a foot out of my frame, how many inches did I cut out?
     
  6. Thirdyfivepickup
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    Seven?
     
  7. squirrel
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    see, I don't spend enough time in front of the tube....I'm too busy reading books


    the 56 plymouth thing...4...it has left hand threads on the left side of the car, right hand threads on the right side, studs/nuts up front, and bolts on the back. so each corner is different
     
  8. pitman
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    OK Prof Squirrel, what is the compliment of Entropy?

    Hint, Bucky came up with this one.
     
  9. squirrel
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  10. revkev6
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    ahhh I knew the lh rh thing but figured the nut/bolt was a model to model difference
     
  11. squirrel
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    Seven.

    see, I got one right.
     
  12. squirrel
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    both of the ones I had were like that.
     
  13. rasputin
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    Why are black squirrels so much more badass than gray ones?
     
  14. SinisterCustom
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    My buddy's '56 Plymouth wagon has all lugnuts....
     
  15. HEATHEN
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    Because of the caste system society has imposed on them.
     
  16. revkev6
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    is a 1959 ford ranchero frame the same as a 1959 country squire wagon frame?
     
  17. Did someone say,"STOMP SQUIRREL"? I LOVE to stomp squirrels and watch their entrails spew out of..........OH! Sorry! Wrong message board.;)
     
  18. Atrophy?
     
  19. pitman
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    Yer close Doc, Bucky said it was Syntropy...or anti-entropy
     
  20. pitman
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    Now,
    Should you use a rosebud tip on a gas wrench to remove muffler bearings on a 55 Chev 210?
     
  21. Thirdyfivepickup
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  22. Only when used in conjunction with a 12 pound knockometer.
     
  23. revkev6
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    more importantly what is the proper technique for checking the blinker fluid in a 1928 ford roadster :cool:
     
  24. squirrel
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    only on the 150, you gotta use an air chisel on the 210 and an impact on the belair
     
  25. pitman
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    As the Bernoulli boys said, upon viewing Newton's solution, "we yield!"
     
  26. squirrel
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    (pretending you're one of my kids for a moment)

    BECAUSE I SAID SO!!!!
     
  27. pitman
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    They recognized a superior intellect?

    At least that's my excuse.

    All hail Squirrel!

    I think they saw that his solution to the "catenary problem" was the most elegant, according to legend anyway.
     
  28. Man, Gramma sure was right about you.....:mad:
     

  29. I got this one, it is a Garrett T-28, 60 trim 60mm BCI-1 compressor in a T-04B housing.



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