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No kidding, patracy.Wow that was fast work. Kind of wish I had larger, flat sections on the new Goat and not all those indentations to sand around. I'm actually thinking about a sand blaster attachment for the pressure washer but a little fearful of blowing a whole through those thinner panels.
Two of each, the leaves on the mounts are no extra charge,...On a side note...glassk (I think) dropped off a couple of those seats he told you about. I haven't actually seen them because Troy is painting a new rollback I just bought and I'm not allowed in the shop...because...I like to touch stuff...like fresh red and white paint.
I probably could rob the harness from this CUCV I'm getting an engine from. But.... no thanks. I already deal with enough gremlins with my CUCV. I'm going to just setup everything as a 24v system and either setup a voltage converter for the IP, or just find a HMMWV solenoid for the IP.[/QUOT
I think I have a HMMWV solenoid. . .
What is AR500 Steel; that "AR" mean armored/ ballistic?My source for the waterjetting got good news, his Daughter is coming home from the hospital, so that will free things up a little for me. I'll probably try to order some AR500 steel next week for it. I'm hopeful that wgtactical will be back home next week as well. At least then I can get a hyd pump part number and start sourcing that.
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