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IHADAV8 Playground / July 4
« on: July 04 2013, 06:56:40 AM »
Happy 4 th people.
Enjoy the festivities.


IHADAV8 Playground / D- DAY
« on: June 06 2013, 07:37:53 PM »
Please pay tribute to those soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in Normandy 69 years ago.
They are sincerely missed.


Canada / Parts fur sale
« on: May 22 2013, 12:57:12 PM »
Ok for starts it is a 2012 Honda Civic.

It has a salvage title, brought up from the southern US.

Car has 1,600 miles on it.

Front damage, smashed passenger door. Front has been removed as some parts where needed.

Looking to get it gone. $1700.00

PM me.


IHADAV8 Playground / Happy B-day
« on: February 26 2013, 09:51:04 AM »
Charlie !    :cheers: :cheers:


IHADAV8 Playground / Registration Will Lead to Confiscation
« on: February 15 2013, 11:57:16 PM »

Don't do it, don't let them make you register them.

 Even with S12 here I have lost family arms that predated this country because registration here.

Missouri Dems Introduce Alarming Gun Confiscation Bill Giving Law-Abiding Gun Owners 90 Days to Turn in Certain Firearms or Become Class C Felons 

WHAT THE heck is going on down there?

Not mine but read up, sent to me from a friend.

 "Group of Second Amendment-Supporting Gun Makers Now Refusing to Sell Arms to Law

    Group of Second Amendment-Supporting Gun Makers Now Refusing to Sell Arms to Law Enforcement in New York (And Other Gun-Restricting States)

    Since New York State enacted its restrictive new gun laws, many manufacturers have sent that state (and others) a message: If local governments are going to severely restrict the ability of citizens to own guns, then these companies will not be selling to law enforcement in those areas.
    Among the gun manufacturers sending that message:

        Olympic Arms, Inc
        La Rue Tactical
        EFI, LLC – Extreme Firepower
        York Arms
        Templar Custom
        Cheaper Than Dirt

    Olympic Arms posted a press release on the company’s Facebook page earlier this week. Their intentions were quite clear.
    Olympic Arms is a staunch believer in and defender of the Constitution of the United States, and with special attention paid to the Bill of Rights that succinctly enumerates the security of our Divinely given Rights. One of those Rights is that to Keep and Bear Arms.
    Legislation recently passed in the State of New York outlaws the AR15 and many other firearms, and will make it illegal for the good and free citizens of New York to own a large selection of legal and safe firearms and magazines. We feel as though the passage of this legislation exceeds the authority granted to the government of New York by its citizens, and violates the Constitution of the United States, ignoring such SCOTUS rulings as District of Columbia v. Heller – 554, U.S. 570 of 2008, McDonald v. Chicago – 561 U.S. 3025 of 2010, and specifically the case of United States v. Miller – 307 U.S. 174 of 1939

    Due (to) the passing of this legislation, Olympic Arms would like to announce that the State of New York, any Law Enforcement Departments, Law Enforcement Officers, First Responders within the State of New York, or any New York State government entity or employee of such an entity – will no longer be served as customers.
    EFI, LLC has a long-standing policy of not selling to law enforcement in states that restrict private gun ownership. TheBlaze interviewed EFI’s President Melinda Meador on the subject. Her statement was quite succinct:
    “We refuse to recognize law enforcement exemptions on gun control. If a product that we manufacture is not legal for a private citizen to own in a jurisdiction, we will not sell that product to a law-enforcement agency in that jurisdiction.”
    The company’s policy supports a broad market strategy for sales. Meador reminded us that “law enforcement sales don’t make up a significant portion of the market.”
    The York Arms website is one that did not mince words on the company’s policy as it relates to gun sales for New York.
    Based on the recent legislation in New York, we are prohibited from selling rifles and receivers to residents of New York. We have chosen to extend that prohibition to all governmental agencies associated with or located within New York. As a result we have halted sales of rifles, short barreled rifles, short barreled shotguns, machine guns, and silencers to New York governmental agencies.
    For “civilian” customers residing in New York:
At your choice, we will:

        complete your order and ship to a dealer of your choice outside of NY
        refund your payment in full
        hold your items here for up to 6 months, at no charge – if you are in the process of leaving NY and taking residence in another state.

    For LE/Govt customers in New York:
    Your orders have been cancelled.
    Texas-based La Rue Tactical also posted their new policy on Facebook on February 8th:
    Effective today, in an effort to see that no legal mistakes are made by LaRue Tactical and/or its employees, we will apply all current State and Local Laws (as applied to civilians) to state and local law enforcement / government agencies. In other words, LaRue Tactical will limit all sales to what law-abiding citizens residing in their districts can purchase or possess.
    Templar Custom of North Carolina is a North Carolina-based maker of precision rifles. CEO Bob Reynolds spoke with TheBlaze on Friday and reinforced the company’s position as posted on Facebook.
    We will not sell arms to agents of the state of New York that hold themselves to be “more equal” than their citizens.
    As long as the legislators of New York think they have the power to limit the rights of their citizens, in defiance of the Constitution, we at Templar will not sell them firearms to enforce their edicts.
    Online retailer Cheaper Than Dirt stepped up with a supportive statement on their Facebook page on Friday the 15th.
    Recently, companies such as LaRue Tactical and Olympic Arms have announced that they will no longer sell prohibited items to government agencies and personnel in states that deny the right to own those items to civilians. It has been and will continue to be Cheaper Than Dirt’s policy to not to sell prohibited items to government agencies and/or agents in states, counties, cities, and municipalities that have enacted restrictive gun control laws against their citizens. We support and encourage other companies that share in this policy.
    In addition to these very public statements, gun-owner groups have been promoting these statements while also asking members and fans to contact three other manufacturers with significant sales to law enforcement in New York. One such group, Guns Save Lives, is actively asking people to write letters / emails to Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, and Glock and pressure them to stop selling to police in New York. Those three companies happen to be the trio of manufacturers recommended by the NYPD for use by their officers.
    Calls and email inquires about any changes to their law enforcement sales policies have not been returned by Glock, Sig Sauer, and Smith & Wesson. If there is any additional information available, we will update this story.


IHADAV8 Playground / Who remembers this?
« on: February 12 2013, 08:54:01 AM »
Now those where the days. . .


Bitch/Whine/Moan / Quandary
« on: January 23 2013, 01:25:08 PM »
Well here goes.
I can not be the first.

I am a member of a local club, the tech person.

Some articles where given to the club from a wife of the deceased member.

I was in charge of cleaning/selling/etc with parameters set by the club as to values after said done.
Sold most articles.

A particular item was given to a new member by me without payment; new member said he would bring payment to me at a later date. I figure ok since he had purchased items from me in the past. ( I had forgot that he had not paid me for an item earlier, my wife was furious that I let him have this item that was not even mine. Rightfully so now that I think about it.)

In the mean time I forgot about the payment due (thankfully I had wrote it down,  approx 8 months passed). I was asked by the club Pres to look into it and after it.

At this time another club member is involved as the item was damaged and not functioning anymore. He repaired it.

The person repairing the item mentioned this at the club meeting, a discussion pursued at this point and the consensus was that the item was not to be returned to this party.

I was contacted at this point since I was not at the meeting. This was all told to me by the Pres. I hence told the Pres the scenario.

I then contacted the treasurer, I met with him and gave him money to clear the club of the issue since I caused this to happen.

Now after I paid the club for this item this individual says he paid me for it. This happened after I told the person fixing it I was done with him and washing my hands of it and paid the treasurer for it.

I am pissed that I am being called a liar!

I am perplexed as to how to deal with this now, in private, publicly in the club or with my Lawyer.

In this type of situation; what did you do?

Post up or PM or e-mail me.


IHADAV8 Playground / Puppy in the hood
« on: January 13 2013, 09:09:30 AM »
Neighbours new puppy, had to share. He is so playful.


General Auto Tech / LS motor
« on: January 09 2013, 12:50:53 PM »
Ok have played with a few of these.

Never changed a tranny in one.

Can someone tell me if the bell housing pattern is different from any other, this is in a 2000 Yukon 6 auto. Or any other things I should look out for. (neighbours abused toy)


General Auto Tech / Spun Rod bearing
« on: January 06 2013, 12:22:21 AM »
Well what do you think?

New rods, crank, bearings, and since it is apart new sleeve and up the cc from 600 to 750?

Oh this happened at ~12,000 rpm pulled the clutch in and it stopped dead. I actually though I lost a piston/sleeve
weld job. I can not believe that the rod did not snap and blow out the block.

Gonna grab the V blocks tomorrow and see how bad the crank is; then measure it up for dia. If they fall close to factory might get a polish on the crank.


General Auto Tech / Help
« on: December 11 2012, 07:21:25 PM »
Looking for a u-joint guys not having any luck.
Anyone know where I can get one?
Here is the info in the pics.


Bitch/Whine/Moan / outbound relay
« on: December 10 2012, 06:53:39 PM »
Well it started tbs is spam rated.
They are now relaying mail.
Sad that it is coming to this.

 "vsobr @ bounce . com" this address is used all over the world. I have gotten spammed from it for a while. I know others that have also. Does not matter if you opt out or not you will get what they want to send you.

So the next thing is to sell your data and they will have lots.
Here just an example of who is tracking there upper right corner in purple.


IHADAV8 Playground / Crazy Driver
« on: November 28 2012, 05:08:16 PM »
Buddies place.

Crazy Driver


IHADAV8 Playground / The UnderDog
« on: September 25 2012, 12:27:15 PM »
Jimmy Dotson

Do not know anymore than this at the time.


IHADAV8 Playground / TWINS
« on: September 21 2012, 07:50:58 AM »
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OK wait till the weekend to party.  :icon_smile:


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