do it yourself video

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David Derer

Guest
On transmissions, the do it your selfer should have no fear of trying.
For some there is a amount of satisfication that comes from this type
of a project. The manual has step by step directions for taking apart.
Buy Bevins cd and print out disposable pages for bench. If insides are
clean and shiny, You will have good odds having all going well. Have a
large clean work bench devoted to your project. No extra lawnmower and
bike parts. Take pics as You go. Use common sense and look for wear
marks, chipped teeth, etc. Do like others and just call Me if You get
stuck. Worst case scenario is You bag all bits and ship them to me.
(others have) . Later Dave the Wave
 
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Mike Israel

Guest
This sounds like the same speech Dave gave to the guys looking to hit on the
barmaids at the Oazarks.


----- Original Message ----
From: David Derer <dmd@essex1.com>

... the do it your selfer should have no fear of trying.
For some there is a amount of satisfication that comes from this type
of a project. The manual has step by step directions for taking apart.
Buy Bevins cd and print out disposable pages for bench. If insides are
clean and shiny, You will have good odds having all going well. Have a
large clean work bench devoted to your project. .. Take pics as You go.
 
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Eric M

Guest
The Lake Ozarks swim in is one of my favorites. Its been small and very low key. Not to mention all my favorite people are there. But it always seems to have one of those moments..... The most amusing was from the first year. We were having lunch at a bar called Ddock Knockers. My 6 year old son asked why they had all the bra's hanging above the bar. Ii honestly answered that I don't know. The next night at dinner he (and I) found out. It was an eye full. Luckily he seems to understand me when I say things like "you probably shouldn't put this in your "what I did on my Vacation" report...." What happens in Lake Ozark stays in Lake Ozark ,,, just ask Ken.

Mike Israel <amphicar770@yahoo.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px
solid">This sounds like the same speech Dave gave to the guys looking to hit on the barmaids at the Oazarks.


----- Original Message ----
From: David Derer <dmd @ESSEX1.COM="">

... the do it your selfer should have no fear of trying.
For some there is a amount of satisfication that comes from this type
of a project. The manual has step by step directions for taking apart.
Buy Bevins cd and print out disposable pages for bench. If insides are
clean and shiny, You will have good odds having all going well. Have a
large clean work bench devoted to your project. .. Take pics as You go.


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