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Old 12-16-2013, 09:59 PM   #15601
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Yea!!!! Bertha is home. Covered in salt but home. Mama is happy! !!!
Glad to hear the Fordes home is a happy one. !
"When momma's happy......"
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Old 12-16-2013, 10:10 PM   #15602
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Glad to hear the Fordes home is a happy one. !
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So true in my house when Mama is not happy no one is happy
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Old 12-16-2013, 10:20 PM   #15603
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So true in my house when Mama is not happy no one is happy
Happy to here your happy or did you mean "HAPPY,HAPPY,HAPPY"??
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Having put stainless steel extensions on the exhaust last year, they had turned brown with spots all over and TOWTA suggested they be replaced. At $49+ ea, I decided to see what was available to salvage them and get TOWTA off my back. Fellow at parts store suggested 1500 & 2000 grit sand paper and Windex. Decided to try it, so bought both grits and headed out. After about 15 minutes on each extension, I was pretty pleased and more importantly, TOWTA was satisfied. WHEW!
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Having put stainless steel extensions on the exhaust last year, they had turned brown with spots all over and TOWTA suggested they be replaced. At $49+ ea, I decided to see what was available to salvage them and get TOWTA off my back. Fellow at parts store suggested 1500 & 2000 grit sand paper and Windex. Decided to try it, so bought both grits and headed out. After about 15 minutes on each extension, I was pretty pleased and more importantly, TOWTA was satisfied. WHEW!
Steel wool works great to.
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Having put stainless steel extensions on the exhaust last year, they had turned brown with spots all over and TOWTA suggested they be replaced. At $49+ ea, I decided to see what was available to salvage them and get TOWTA off my back. Fellow at parts store suggested 1500 & 2000 grit sand paper and Windex. Decided to try it, so bought both grits and headed out. After about 15 minutes on each extension, I was pretty pleased and more importantly, TOWTA was satisfied. WHEW!
Wow I can see you in there!
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Old 12-17-2013, 02:36 PM   #15608
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X-2 on the steel wool... spray 'em with some WD 40, might help keep the rust away. Looks good Coot!!
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Old 12-17-2013, 02:45 PM   #15609
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