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  1. pairadiceau

    100 year old artifacts?

    A couple of you fellows are doing a thorough and precise examination of the assertions in this thread, your logic, conclusions, and communication skills are to be admired. My sombrero is off to you. Thank you for your patience and diligent observations. Etc..... Signed: An Hombre or native or something......
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    For The Photographers in the Forum

    Great shots Terry, thanks for posting!
  3. pairadiceau

    Working on the YOTO

    Very nice work Tom, Are those round discs on the doors Neodymium magnets ? They are sure handy for everything from pictures on the fridge to gas tank fill door latches... I think I got a bunch of various sizes from the "Gauss Boys" years ago. Had fun with a big one under a table top in a restaurant moving a knife across the table, had the waitress going for a while.... Great job thank you for posting the inspiration. If anybody has an old hard drive the magnets in them are scary strong, my old one broke in half and I still have half stuck to a Bunkster pick.
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    Prospecting Rig Help

    Slim and Fred make good points, they are capable off road vehicles, not too fast but who wants to go fast over the kind of terrain you will be in anyway.... About the stopping every two hundred miles and running the engine, that has to do with providing lubrication to a particular transmission bearing which is not being lubricated when towed, but the procedure is well explained on some posts on the Suzuki forum.... Just need to check it out... I know Walt the Whiz also is a fan of the Samurai.... They are fun and dependable enough if mechanically sound and operated reasonably... Have fun!!!
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    Please help fro my Daddy...

    Good job Rocky, You are doing a wonderful thing for this man and his father. You're generosity and compassion for this fellow are inspiring!! I tip my sombrero to you! Thanks for sharing this story with us and continued success and happiness to you. Jeff
  6. pairadiceau

    Good Hunt Today

    Excellent and important tip regarding the critter. I saw one recently in the El Paso’s, had a brief chat and moved on. One can’t waste ones energy or time when doin lead removal.... thank you Bob
  7. pairadiceau

    "Clay talks about fires and stuff"!!!

    Si, great guitar and lyrics. Thank you for sharing it.... Kosher tacos..... and the strange jux toe positrons just keep rolling in.
  8. pairadiceau

    Happy Birthday Pairadiceau

    Thanks guys, don’t melt down over there, looking forward to seeing the crew this fall.... great folks in the big Az!!
  9. pairadiceau

    "Clay talks about fires and stuff"!!!

    Bob, I was catching up on probably the greatest thread I have seen in a long time, (even with an ever changing name) and noticed you mentioned Reserve. Reserve NM I presume. If that is the Reserve you are speaking of I had the good fortune of visiting there a couple of years ago to pick up a diesel powered Samurai from a very interesting wrench bender there.... My friend and I walked into the small cafe for breakfast and we were both amazed at the warm and friendly greetings we received from the locals.... A woman came by our table and filled up our coffee cups and when as we left I saw her outside and thanked her again, turns out she was not an employee but just a local being a kind soul.... The country is breathtakingly beautiful and the people we talked to were great..... I gotta go pop some more popcorn so I can continue the top notch banter here. Jeff
  10. pairadiceau

    Beat the heat retreat

    Thanks for posting the great photos Tom, looks like good times with good people!
  11. pairadiceau

    ArcticDave's Legal Eagle XL

  12. pairadiceau

    18 USC 911

    Wet/Dry, "Senior financial official at a major post office", what does that mean? This is certainly an interesting thread...... Signed, Citizen
  13. pairadiceau

    Found a interesting stone

    Ahh yes, there is always that possibility, slim but still possible I suppose ...... Nothing like exploring all the possibilities tho...
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    Found a interesting stone

    Hey Saul, Sherlock Holmes has nothing on you. Elementary.......