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Thanks guys. Found an old rad in the parts bin that was big enough to suit the application. Cut off the remnants of the shroud and made a new one. Notched the rad to drop in place in the frame. Added wiring to the 348.

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On 3/26/2021 at 12:50 AM, slusher said:

Moving? Saw that Captain Morgan box".

Yup. Raided the liquor store garbage bin a few times. 😊

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Wow Pat , hopefully your move goes smoothly.  Are you going far ? 

Funny I spotted the Captain box too , our local liquor store always tosses boxes out perfect for moving stuff , small but strong 

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5 hours ago, gotnitro? said:

Wow Pat , hopefully your move goes smoothly.  Are you going far ? 

Funny I spotted the Captain box too , our local liquor store always tosses boxes out perfect for moving stuff , small but strong 

We are going about 300 miles South and East.Sturgeon Falls, Ontario. 

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And the bacardi 151, great for stripping paint I hear. You're going to need tire chains for that GMC car hauler!  S0, is that 300 miles as the sturgeon flies?

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1 hour ago, Big John said:

And the bacardi 151, great for stripping paint I hear. You're going to need tire chains for that GMC car hauler!  S0, is that 300 miles as the sturgeon flies?

Not quite straight but close.

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1 hour ago, slusher said:

I really hope everything goes smoothly and safe Pat. I going to miss your shop posts.

We were lucky and found a relatively nice home. One glitch though, the closing dates don't jive so we have to store everything for 10 days, load and unload twice.

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Thanks.We have two strong young men at each end to do the lifting. They load and unload a 26' U-Haul in a couple of hours. It would take me all day and I wouldn't be able to move for the next three.😊

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2 hours ago, Mopar - D said:

Pat how many models are you having to pack up to make your move?

No idea of the number but this should give you an idea.

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Pat - nice looking new home  good to hear your not having to lift and move everything multiple times . My ML is selling the family farm and looking for much smaller place , luckily she's been down sizing the past yr and won't be as much to pack

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The stuff is in its new quarters,mostly unpacked but far from sorted out. The display cabinet wouldn't make it around the bend in the basement stairs so I cut off the black bottom part (see the March 28 post). We're going to rig up some legs for it and stick it in the basement hallway.

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Space... The final frontier! Half the fun is figuring out just the right spot for that dohicki that you could never find back in the old place.

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