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    The Motor Should Be In The Boat Tomarrow. Just In Time For The Water To Come Up. I Came Over The River Today, She Was Flowing Fast Again. Im Sure The Six Inches Of Show Up North Isnt Going To Help Any. But, Hurry Up And Wait, Thats My Motto. Ill Have Pics Tomarrow.

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    Dang, you don't mess around, guess that happens when you work nights....lots of play time during the day

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    Sounds like he plays all the time

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    Last Friday I Got Home At 12:30am, I Didn't Make It In The House Until 9:00am Sat Morning. I Took The Bare Block And Installed The Cam Berings, And I Just Could Not Stop Until The Intake Was On. Ive Been Plaing With Small Stuff The Past Couple Of Days. Now Im Ready To Drop The Motor In.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHEVY JET View Post
    Last Friday I Got Home At 12:30am, I Didn't Make It In The House Until 9:00am Sat Morning. I Took The Bare Block And Installed The Cam Berings, And I Just Could Not Stop Until The Intake Was On. Ive Been Plaing With Small Stuff The Past Couple Of Days. Now Im Ready To Drop The Motor In.
    Thats how you get stuff done right there now!! Sounds like something I would do. When you have the parts go until its done.

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    Donny, who do you use for machining? Automachines in St.Charles?
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    Bruce Cain At Tecnicly Automotive, Nascar Guy. But He Is Close. I Got The Boat Wet Today. To Many Leeks So I Never Took It Off The Trailer. I Won, I Was First To The Water Ha Ha Ha Haa Ha!!!! Actully, The Water In The Boat Didnt Bother Me To Much, It Had A Bad Spark Plug And Didnt Run Right So I Brought It Home

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHEVY JET View Post
    Last Friday I Got Home At 12:30am, I Didn't Make It In The House Until 9:00am Sat Morning. I Took The Bare Block And Installed The Cam Berings, And I Just Could Not Stop Until The Intake Was On. Ive Been Plaing With Small Stuff The Past Couple Of Days. Now Im Ready To Drop The Motor In.

    LOL... Donny, we spent most of the day chasing parts and file fitting the rings, and loading the pistons, on my turd Saturday. Bo Duke was dictaing the show, keeping me in line. Only killed two beers each during the ordeal

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    Aint This A Bich!!! I Got The Boat Wet Yesterday, Today Ive Got The Shovel Out!!! We Aer Expecting 1" To 5" Tonight And Tomarrow. Hey Sleek, Keep It Going!! If You Need Help I Get Off Work At Midnight. Lol Ive Pulled An All Nighter Befor And I Dont Drink Any Ting But Water And Pop. Lol

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    another 4 hours today... put in 8 pistons. I have not parked the snow blower yet

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    You can park the snow blower sleekcrafter, it will only last a couple days due to our nice sunny warm weather we are having If nature put it there let nature take it away

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