Nice piece, Robbie. Should you ever consider letting it go to a new home, I'd like to get on the list. Preferably at the top!
But there's booze in the blender
And soon it will render
That frozen concoction that helps me hang on
You never get better....you just get less awful. "Joe Walsh"
I was gettin' the timer situated and gappin' the points and whatnot and when I have the clip and retainer hooked up it's tighter than dick's hatband. My advance cable when disconnected works great and is nice and smooth but when it's hooked up, the timer base is so tight the cable wants to bind up and you can barely get it to budge.
Is your cable set for a straight pull at the timer? If it's pulling at an angle it won't work very well.
If you replaced the cover retainer (wire bale) the ears holding the lower retainer may be too long or too curved, draging on the timer housing.
Its probably in the bottom of your solvent tank!The wire is a repop as I lost the original (Damnit!).......
Well, won't be long now kiddies. Received a correct y pipe from botakatobi that I put on yesterday and finally got the exhaust completed. Mucho grassyass to Craig for that. Did some tweakin' on the bail wire and it's much improved. Now just waitin' on a care package to finish buttonin' up the primary and should be good to go.
In anticipation of that day and also because it was Cinco de Mayo, I loaded up on Jack in the Box tacos. Figure I'll need some more ass weight to kick this bad boy over. I have no idea what's in those tacos and don't want to know but they sure are good. In other news, a motorcyclist down here was just ridin' along mindin' his own business when one of those planes pullin' an advertising banner lost it and it fell on the guy. What are the odds?
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