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  • John Jones
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    My dually decided to leave me at the Parker store thursday!!!!Β  Had to take a jack out and change a starter in the parking lot… 😎 😎

    Pamper is up on the lift to fix that broken shock mount… 😎  Get my freedom vessel back up and road ready!Β  😎  Β I guess I should reinforce both sides while I am here…. 😎 😎

    John Jones
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    Nice clean break, right at the welds… 😎 Gonna do some welding now.. and just tinker on my bus all day I guess… 😎 😎 😎

    No where to be, nothing to do… 😎 😎 😎 No one to help here today!!!Β  😎 😎 😎

    I am going to focus on getting my type 2 line up all dialed in and ready for service!!!!!  😎 😎 😎

    John Jones
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    1FA2AFF4-6012-453A-B597-AB372F325E0EFDC04613-AA14-409B-A7AA-8928CF242EFEYou can see the side not broke is cracked already!!! Β  Round cradle shit, this is the first year for telescoping shocks in the back!ABCD1488-338B-4A70-B616-1211D9A368DA5CDD1678-85D9-4102-B920-9C60793F795C

    John Jones
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    Shocks all fixed up… I just put some welds in the outsides also.. They are only welded in the center.

    More little shit today… Pamper is loving the love!!!Β  My bus could really use a restoration.. but it’s gonna have to settle for preservation… 😎

     

    mtnbus
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    Nice John

    what shocks do you run?

    I think mine are shot in the 59DD. need an upgrade

    Franz
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    Bilsteins. Good for rough roads, because they are a little stiffer…but I wonder if that contributed to breaking the mounts?

    BBWB
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    Bilsteins. Good for rough roads, because they are a little stiffer…but I wonder if that contributed to breaking the mounts?

    Most definitely.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    John Jones
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    Bilsteins. Good for rough roads, because they are a little stiffer…but I wonder if that contributed to breaking the mounts?

    Most definitely.

    Probable huh!!Β  Love them Bilsteins!!!

    GREAT weekend… great! 😎

    Pamper is dialed in again!!!Β  I even have a speedo again!!! Horn works!!!Β  shocks on!!!Β  wow!!!

    Sand rail is dialed in again too… 😎  added another breather box and rerouted some lines.. new throttle tube and cable also..

    humm.. Kombi next?Β  Don’t really need the kombi. Just a cool addition to my collection and fun to drive… 😎  Single cab…. Don’t need it till next year, assuming I still do shasta in 2023… 😎  ????

    John Jones
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    Get toms bus repainted..Β  Clean house…. 😎  Β Get the poor communicating parts the fuck outta here… 😎  😎 😎

    volksaddict
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    sounds serious!

    John Jones
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    😎  nahh…. Just reeling shit back in I have been letting slide..Β  happens every few years…. Oh. and I am trying to fuckign quit… but people still want me to work… 😎  Good problem if my bck wasn’t all fuc’ed up…. 8-( 😎 😎

    John Jones
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    I guess I am going to start working on my kombi, I’m gonna throw a quicky paint job at it….. 😎  Blaine has a case to start putting a motor together..Β  I can’t wait to post a picture of the fucking roof on this thing.. Looks like an alien is trying to come out of the roof!!!Β  😎

    Rustabus
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    Don’t post itπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Think a quickie paint job on the Kombi is a great idea, but why not make life easier and do it satin Dove Blue with logos this time?!?!?!??πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    Douglas E Fresh
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    I like this Idea.

    Glennmoss
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    Logo’s make patina πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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