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  1. #118
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    Oh. That's why they call it the Tator. I was coming up with all sorts of other imaginative reasons.


    Quote Originally Posted by icesailor View Post
    PHC, if you want to see rigging angles, its worth the time watching. What really interested me was all of the turning points they have for that "Tator" (Rotator)
    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

  2. #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    After you bang your head on it for the tenth time you will rip that bastard right off the ceiling with your bare hands.

    Or that's what happened with mine anyway. <g>

    I had better luck with hanging the A ladder from two brackets off the top of the long-side shelves. I kept it from swinging and banging with a bungie cord. For most things I could just reach through the ladder to the shelves.
    Ha! I can see that happening. Especially on a really hot day when I’m already in a foul mood. With a bruised scalp from a low hanging water valve. Plus gouges from roofing nails


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  3. #120
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    He has numerous trucks. That particular Rotator has the boom mounted in a swivel plate to et straight pull angles. Its a real learning experience watching his videos.

  4. #121
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    Not that has GOT to be at least a one ton chassis. <g>

    How do you keep that red cabinet's drawers closed while driving?

    What are the two black squares at the top/center of the picture? Rear AC?

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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    Not that has GOT to be at least a one ton chassis. <g>

    How do you keep that red cabinet's drawers closed while driving?

    What are the two black squares at the top/center of the picture? Rear AC?

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    Aren’t those the hooks for the rear door latches?

    Nice, organized van.
    If God didn't want us to eat animals... He wouldn't have made them out of MEAT.

  8. #124
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    Maybe. If so; so much for my depth perception. <g>

    I thought there were well forward and on an overhead bulkhead of some kind. <g>

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    Quote Originally Posted by GenesisRefrig View Post
    Aren’t those the hooks for the rear door latches?

    Nice, organized van.
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  9. #125
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    Drawers are locked with a key.

    2 squares are door latches

    Its a 250


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    That was almost a year ago. Ill snap another pic when i get home


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    Is that a pez dispenser or a pen of some kind? Passenger side door jam of rear door with a face, maybe the President’s on it?
    There are two ways to do things, Right and Again.

  12. #128
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    Its my Trump pen


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  14. #129
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    I wish any of our Van's here looked like that. Our primary service tech has a tiney van that isint suitable for any luggage. The rest of us just don't have enough space for all the truckstock. Like, multiple different caps, different sized duct boards, bunch of bunch of used parts that aren't bad yet, and sometimes a plasma diffuser. as well as all our tools.

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    I hope that the van at work is as organize as what you have.

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