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Rocket Dog

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About Rocket Dog

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  • Location
    Sacramento, California
  • Cars
    2 Honda Civics and Honda Element
  • Occupation
    Navy Officer - Retired
  1. I don't think you're sorry at all. In fact, I think you make it a habit of posting twice in all your forums...RATSUN....Combat Cribbage...and that awful Guerrilla Scrap Booking website you hang out at.
  2. I don't think you're sorry at all. In fact, I think you make it a habit of posting twice in all your forums...RATSUN....Combat Cribbage...and that awful Guerrilla Scrap Booking website you hang out at.
  3. I talked with John once about building a cage for my 521. He's busy but he knows his stuff.
  4. My two cents, having been through a project, divorce, etc. If at all possible, focus on one thing at a time. Get through the divorce, tow your car down to So Cal and store it until you have the time to continue on. I'm saying this because if you rush and throw the project at a local mechanic or machine shop that you're not familiar with, odds are it will cost you more than you planned or they will do shoddy work. Then you'll have two crisis to deal with, the divorce and a screwed up project. I don't mean to sound pessimistic, sorry. I just think going with a local (not So Cal) shop introduces even more risk than you're having to deal with now. Best of luck.
  5. Going to a bar dressed in salmon-colored capri pants.....he's definitely a catcher.
  6. Ya know, it's not really about size...but how you use it.
  7. The buyer takes delivery tomorrow. $3500. The yellow truck. I have lots of parts to sell, gimme a few weeks to sort them out.
  8. I have an agreement with a local friend here to sell the truck.
  9. Wayno, hypothetically speaking, if I mounted a 521 cab on a 720 reg cab frame, then the cab mount points would shift to line up with the 720 frame mount points? If I then made it a flatbed, the rest would be straightforward?
  10. PM me, I think I have an extra one.
  11. I'd be interested to know this also -- if anyone has experience with a one-piece drive shaft and if that's a better setup, or just different?
  12. It's practically a daily driver already. Maybe check the air in the tires.
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