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  1. #27
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    I guess the Condenser unit has a filter drier inside and they figured no point in duplicating it in the liquid line.

    hey Reepersteve, Nice Jeep. If you need to get it out of that hole call someone with a Tundra. ;-)

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by gsxrsquid View Post
    I guess the Condenser unit has a filter drier inside and they figured no point in duplicating it in the liquid line.

    hey Reepersteve, Nice Jeep. If you need to get it out of that hole call someone with a Tundra. ;-)

    Don't need much help here. This is my backyard and my play ground.

    That is me and my Jeep. I am 6'4" and it is 6'7". It is built for rock crawling and that is what it does. I have all required gear along with on board air.
    I didn't mean to take over the post, but I wanted to show something that took an approach and a lot of homework to make it at best functional and has a great look. I have been fitting pipe for a long time and it frustrates me to see short hand work in the field. I wish Cu was Cu and that was that. If every one has nothing but rigid Cu to work with, then I think all of this slop would go away. Hell, it might make people plan their next move. Instead of waiting til' the last minute for closure.
    Yes, this is my money pit. I work hard, and give 110%. In return, I get to go and play at 110%.
    Hey Squid, if you want to get off those Savannah's' and see what that Toy' will do, bring it up, we'll have some fun on the mountain sides up here. OH wait, is that a full size, sh!t, you'll have a great time getting to know your truck up here. As you can see, it does mud well too. I, on the other hand, don't like taking the three days it took to clean it. I like rocks. Much more approach and departure angles, things to think about.
    Let me ask you have you found a way to let more air in that Toy's engine yet?!!!
    Last edited by reepersteve; 01-19-2008 at 03:40 AM. Reason: A little more to say.

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    Geeezzzz how many 90's are in there

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    Thanks alot guys now you made him remove the shoe pic. Cant some of you ever play nice? I wear bibbs sometimes depending on the job and drive home in my shorts does that make me gay or is it the pink van ?
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    ive never heard of ptrap in the sucction line do i need to go back to school

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    I wouldn't blame him a bit if he didn't post any more pics for yawl to look at if all you see are his freakin tennis shoes !!! He doesn't work for you !!! Glad I don't either -- I love tennis shoes and according to him I must be gay LMAO

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    Best snecker for work Nike Air Max 95,also good when its time to get paid to chase customers

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    Sometimes for fun I wear tennis socks with the little cotton balls on the back while i'm on the job. Does that make me gay too?
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    i would have figured that a site full of professionals would have better things to do than using one's footwear to determine their sexual orientation.

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    Having a tech with alt sexual oreitataion

    I would take offense to those comments. He is very picky with what he will leave the customer with and how he and the company looks. I personally think these posts could be take the wrong way.

    I think I have seen this company's handy work around here. How come some people never learn?
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacservicetek View Post
    was called to this brand new duplex this past summer for a no AC call. Units were installed by another contractor, builder was upset with them and wouldn't have them back out, all I did was hook up low voltage control wiring.
    I had to laugh at this one though...nice work..
    I like the blond with the black string in your album.

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    goodnight, that's just horrible.

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    Looks like he ran out of copper and just made the rest up out of fittings. You said it was a new place. How did the inspector let the whip go without a strap to the wall

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