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About JPArizona

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  • Birthday 01/01/1950
  1. I assume you drove by in a car and not the famous choo-choo.
  2. I don't know what it is but it needs a tune-up, The engine is missing!
  3. Wow! That is a cool website! Looks of goodies there. Check out the rest of the stuff they have.
  4. Now's the time to buy houses! They are moving really fast... no wait, this one is stuck. Never-mind.
  5. I like your attitude, most guys would have lit it on fire by now. Be patient, this isn't rocket science. You only need to be smarter than the average driveshaft. Anyway you will eventually win. Talk nice to it and keep trying.
  6. Nope, you are just weak. LOL Could you get your wife to help? Maybe the little girl down the street? All jokes aside I still expect as you pull you are creating a vacuum inside. Try slipping a small wire between the yoke and rear seal to create an air vent. Then pull.
  7. Well... that sucks! Blame the whales & spotted owls for screwing things up again. Rather than airbags it would be cheaper and more effective just to put a sticker in view of the driver that says "hang up & drive" or "no cell phones".
  8. That isn't likely to happen. It shouldn't be difficult to find a nice one cheap.
  9. I've run into similar problems before. It could be suction. Similar to the function of a blood groove on a knife. Make sure the vent is clear on the transmission before you pull. If all else fails and you are sure nothing outside is blocking it pull really hard!
  10. Rotational play (within reason) is normal. Merely lash between distributor and camshaft gears. Could also be slop in the advance. All should be fine. If it's not broken, don't fix it.
  11. Chances of a successful jump would have improved if the tow vehicle was a red 69 Dodge Charger driven by a redneck.
  12. I didn't check the date so I wasn't aware the statute of limitations had expired. Please accept my sincere apology for causing any emotional distress.