Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by Radio, Dec 19, 2016.
Kinda also helps that I'm a sheet metal worker by trade
Well your Hired....
I could certainly use that skill for the driver quarter. Hopefully be starting that in about 2 weeks. It's been skinned once before (lapped) so hopefully I can get by with a skin. It doesn't look like a full skin was used, so maybe....
Hey Radio just checking in to see if you made any progress....
I wish. It's just been way too hot to be out in the shop.
That explains it. I was reading through your thread asking myself: "What is this guy doing?! That is way too much work."
But if that is the work you do, I guess it is easy work for you. That would have me pulling my hair out. Looking good.
Thanks for the update - I can appreciate the too hot thing. Stuck my lift in last year was 95 degrees and seemed like 100% humidity i looked like i was hosed down with oil was not a pretty sight.
You're not kidding about the heat. No relief for us in Stillwater until the end of Sept.
Come on guys, this is only the beginning of Summer. Turn the fan on and get to work
I got some welding work done on the driver's side fender Wednesday. Now on to the doors. Might have to replace one of them.