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About Torque Monkey

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    I put the FU in fun.
  • Birthday 06/26/1972

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    Stella, WA.
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    Just about any type of fabrication.. the crazier the better...

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  1. I can't even imagine not using my hose to dump my camper. Of course the outlet is about 3 feet off the ground when on the camper. I guess for a travel trailer it would be much closer to the ground. However, given the time it would take to clean up the mess I would think that getting the hose out would be much easier. Certainly the Guy sounds like someone that is looking for the path of least resistance. Did he not even clean up/wash down the mess??? I would really lose it had that been the case.
  2. I know a guy.... I think he can share the file with me in Fusion 360. I'll give it a shot.
  3. Wow! I have never seen that before and consider my self lucky. I use the one in Longview down by the bridge a lot. It’s a free, public one. It’s in a shady part of town but I have never had any trouble there. Although, the homeless camp is just across the street. Seen some people doing dishes with the water there. I also hate people I don’t know.
  4. Lowest I’ve been is 5 mile DTE on the Dodge with the trailer in tow. I was sweating bullets.
  5. No, I think that is mostly necessary with clean metal. I think rusty and sand blasted steel seems hold the paint pretty well. If you front knuckles are still coated, all I did with those is wire wheel them. I didn’t have the sand blaster back then.
  6. With a closed loop oxygen sensor it will be great!. It's about time.
  7. Yeah, I took them off for now. I needed to get the truck out of the shop for some other work I need to get done. I will paint the traction bars and put them back on eventually.
  8. Air bags are installed. And now she is back on all 6. Two things left. Bed the brakes and paint the traction bars. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. The new bags showed up. The axle brackets will work fine but I needed to make new upper brackets. Here is a technique I picked up for transferring holes when they are blind so you can’t use a transfer punch. Your welcome![emoji1787] Now I’m waiting for paint to dry. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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