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#41 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 26 September 2008 - 01:34 PM

u might beable to buy shit online with that card tho man.. which paypal would work perfect

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#42 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 26 September 2008 - 02:07 PM

yeah but, not if there is no money on it. its a debit card, that I cant personally put money on. I have to wait every two weeks for $.

#43 Steroid

Steroid
  • Location:Bullhead City, Arizona
  • Cars:Ten 620 pickups, 1940 Ford sedan, 2 Harleys, 3 boats and a few other NOISY things!

Posted 27 September 2008 - 01:10 PM

Hi Carlos,

Good news! Your money order arrived today! I will cash it on Monday at My bank and go straight to UPS to send it out. It has been boxed up and ready to go for a few days. You will be emailed a tracking number.

On another note: ALL.... Please use this as an example to get Your money order from the Post Office. I have never heard of National Express money orders and expect no problem cashing it but for the few extra cents that the United States Postal money orders cost, I feel they would be easier to track and trust.

Anyway, with that said, another happy customer next week!! Thanks!!
Mike

#44 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 27 September 2008 - 02:38 PM

Right On!!

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#45 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 28 September 2008 - 02:22 PM

Nice! yeah next time im gonna wait and use United States Postal money orders.

Thanks.

#46 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:32 PM

it was a little tuff to fit due to a mest up front end alignment, But we got it.

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#47 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:34 PM

nice you already got it!! looks good, bout how i mounted mine but my damn valance is bent in on the driver side

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#48 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:41 PM

yeah. you should see the cool inset bolts and washers I got. :D

#49 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:42 PM

nice !!

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#50 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:44 PM

yups.

#51 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:51 PM

did you have to trim it much?

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#52 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:53 PM

yeah a super lot in the middle. My hands and four arms are all itchy and scratchy now...."Damn Fiberglass" :mad:

#53 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 09:59 PM

yea the middle is no biggy really its where the turn signals are at thats kinda tricky, my trucks valance is bent so it made it a little hard.. i didnt want to over trim tho so when i get a new valance i can correct it, and you know what?? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA my fuckin arms itched really really bad, i had to go wash with cold water constantly

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#54 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:03 PM

same here! but, the shit wont come off/out. lol

#55 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:06 PM

next time i do fiberglass i'll have my friend get my a Tyvek from work or maybe go buy some cause they're handy when you dont wanna get dirty an they're disposeable an also some thick ass gloves, i used a drimmel and a hack saw and a file an sand paper, what did you use

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#56 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:11 PM

yup. I used an air grinder :D

#57 lynchfourtwenty

lynchfourtwenty
  • Location:Vancouver Washington
  • Cars:1977 620, 91 sentra se-r, 92 Infiniti G20

Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:15 PM

nice

Yup, this is ratsun. You can be a retard and do retarded stuff to your ride, and that's your prerogative. You can also drive around with a bear trap straddling your nut sack and a rabid ferret in your passenger seat, but we're probably gonna call you out on account of you being a retard for doing so.


#58 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:56 PM

Looks good..!
85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
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#59 Duke

Duke
  • Location:Santa Rosa, CA
  • Cars:'72 Datsun 510

Posted 03 October 2008 - 12:38 AM

A tip I heard when you are doing fiberglass stuff (especially when making dust like you guys were). Cover your arms in talcum powder before you start, and it will go into the pores so that the fiberglass can't get in there and start itching. Also, a good hot shower afterwards helps get the shards out of your skin.

Just a few things that I have heard.
Duke

'72 Ratsun 510

Simplify and add lightness.

#60 69FJWagon

69FJWagon
  • Location:San Francisco bay area (EASTBAY)
  • Cars:1969 datsun 510 wagon,1972 2door datsun 510,2006 GMC diesel ,1998 Subaru RSTI and 620 KC

Posted 03 October 2008 - 04:36 AM

A tip I heard when you are doing fiberglass stuff (especially when making dust like you guys were). Cover your arms in talcum powder before you start, and it will go into the pores so that the fiberglass can't get in there and start itching. Also, a good hot shower afterwards helps get the shards out of your skin.

Just a few things that I have heard.


NOOO hot water it opens the pores and gets worse, best thing to do is cover up fiberglass sucks but carbon fiber is worse for some reason what I did when I use to make carbon molds and fiberglass mold was when I was done rinse with cold water let air dry then apply liquid soap to dry skin and let dry then wash off it worked the best for me. the liquid soap would hold on to the glass or carbon and it would wash away
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