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#3298044 - 04/19/22 04:33 PM Re: Fictional Truck Parts [Re: redhaze]
derbyacresbob Offline
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Registered: 04/05/07
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Loc: Kern County, CA
It will take a metric crescent wrench to replace most of these parts.
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#3298123 - 04/21/22 10:08 AM Re: Fictional Truck Parts [Re: derbyacresbob]
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Loc: Iowa
Muffler fluid, but with newer diesel's it's a real deal

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#3298202 - 04/22/22 09:38 PM Re: Fictional Truck Parts [Re: redhaze]
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My dad owned an auto parts store for many years. Back in the mid 70's it was my Saturday, high school, job. Back then it was a thermostat or radiator cap or hose for a VW Beetle. I looked through the Gates book for a long time for a lower radiator hose for a 63 Beetle. ONCE
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#3298275 - 04/24/22 02:43 PM Re: Fictional Truck Parts [Re: tnshootist]
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Originally Posted By: tnshootist
Common terms in the communication industry.
Cable stretcher. Sky hook.
And the boss would always send a new guy out to a location on the line with a bucket. He was supposed to find the crack in the cable and catch the color which was running out.


sounds about like sending the new guy on the fab crew to catch the grinder and welder sparks - either for recycling or fire safety (paper bag only!) lol
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#3298300 - 04/25/22 06:26 AM Re: Fictional Truck Parts [Re: flintrock]
redhaze Online
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Registered: 10/03/18
Posts: 344
Loc: Texas
Originally Posted By: flintrock
My dad owned an auto parts store for many years. Back in the mid 70's it was my Saturday, high school, job. Back then it was a thermostat or radiator cap or hose for a VW Beetle. I looked through the Gates book for a long time for a lower radiator hose for a 63 Beetle. ONCE


I also have that T-Shirt, my dad also had a car parts store.....fun times1

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