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Friday... anyone need anything moved between Spokane and US-97/I-84 Jctn

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by mountainexplorer, Dec 5, 2005.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Friday I will probably be going from Spokane to Moses Lake, and down to the I-84/US-97 Junction, and down to Bend, Oregon.

    Then Saturday I will be making a return trip from Bend to Spokane.

    Does anyone need anything moved along those lines?

    I also have the following stuff for sale to raise fuel money that I could bring as far west as the 84/97 Junction:

    Hydraulic bellhousing for SM465 $100

    Pair flattop knuckles $60

    Frame mount receiver hitch for truck $50

    Front bumper mounted brush guard $50

    etc...
     
  2. kennyw

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    You still have any good internally balanced flywheels for a 350? 2 pc rear main seal. I could meet you Friday night along I-82 when you go thru Yakima... I need one by this weekend.

    What year is the brush guard? I'm looking for another CUCV style guard for a 81-91.

    What is the rating on the hitch?
     
  3. mountainexplorer

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    I have a couple 350 flywheels... I think they all need to be resurfaced (rust from sitting or hotspots from usage), but I might have one that could be cleaned up and used without taking it in.

    The brush guard isn't a CUCV one. It's not homemade either, almost similar in design. I'll go take a picture of it.

    Hitch is a Draw-Tite 10,000lb trailer/1000lb tongue rating.
     
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    I'll take the hitch and one of the better flywheels then... what time do you think you would get to Yakima? I'll be there around 6:30-7pm on Friday.
     
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    Well, I actually wasn't planning on going through Yakima... I was going to go South from Moses lake through the Tri-Cities and over then south to Bend... unless the Yakima way is quicker or shorter. I'll have to check on that.

    My plan was to leave Friday morning and go to Moses Lake, drop off a Jimmy body/frame, then proceed towards Bend to get there Friday evening. Saturday I will be returning from bend to Spokane unless I just stay up and drive straight back again Friday night late.

    I took pictures of the hitch and the brush guard and a flywheel. Paint on the hitch is peeling a bit. Flywheel is the best one I could find. No major scars, but needs the rust thats starting sanded off.

    Brushguard.JPG

    DrawTiteHitch1.JPG

    Flywheel1.JPG
     
  6. mountainexplorer

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    Looks like either way is within a mile difference of each other. So I could meet you in Yakima... but I might be going through earlier than you.
     
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    hey

    there's a set of bfg muds in grants pass, or. let me know how far you'll be from there. i called you but you were in ione and you left your cell in spokane, i did have a nice talk with your mom though :D call me let's talk!
     
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    Thats another 100 or so miles south. Could the person with the tires meet me in Bend? I'll call.
     
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    I could meet you in the tri-cities as well... looks like I need to be in Kennewick by 7:30pm anyway now.
     
  10. mountainexplorer

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    I could go either way. Not sure yet on what time I will be leaving. Depends on when I get back home Thursday night and how ready I can get that night. I might leave later Friday morning, assuming something comes up, and I'll probably be in Moses Lake for an hour or two. Wish I could give more accurate of a guess.
     
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    Ok, so where do you want to meet at?
     

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