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  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Representing the VFF
    by Buck Howard
    Looking good Ron.
    Today, 10:31 PM
  • Chuck Sea/Tac
    Reply to brake drum wont go over new brake pads
    by Chuck Sea/Tac
    Are the drums cast iron? I don’t know about now, but years ago when I bought mine, I had to have them turned. The guy never did the emergency part,so I had to grind the linings a lot to get the drums on. Maybe the ones from Randy gross come already turned, as a kit with brake shoes arced ect.
    Today, 09:33 PM
  • BudP
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by BudP
    Sorry Jeff. You sure are a good friend. R.I.P. Grant....
    Today, 08:52 PM
  • L Jones
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by L Jones
    ...
    Today, 08:19 PM
  • old victoria
    Reply to Burtz engine
    by old victoria
    So whats the problem ?...
    Today, 08:05 PM
  • conaway2
    Reply to Engine noise issue
    by conaway2
    I sent my video to Dan and have ordered an aluminum timing gear. I’ll snug the fan belt up also and hope this will stop the Charleston and Watusi !

    Jim...
    Today, 08:01 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Larry & Brace 1930 Model A - Live on BAT
    by JDupuis
    Happy trails Peacup.
    Today, 07:35 PM
  • minutemantom
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by minutemantom
    Ok guys here is what I did today. I checked the compression in no. 3
    cylinder. 60 lbs. I squirted some oil into cylinder and rechecked compression. Still 60 lbs.
    . I than cranked engine by hand until rotor was pointing at no. 3 position in dist cap. I know firing order is 1,2,4,3 The rotor was pointed in right position. The piston was up in that position.
    Using the line...
    Today, 07:27 PM
  • 30Pickemup
    Reply to Larry & Brace 1930 Model A - Live on BAT
    by 30Pickemup

    And she is gone….....
    Today, 07:26 PM
  • 30Tudor
    Reply to Protecting Running Board Aprons
    by 30Tudor
    Hello Idreeg. I coated the underside of my Fenders with a rubberized coating product called Gravel Guard - black. This was recommended by my autobody friend after he fixed and repainted my front fenders (after I dropped a bike rack on one of them - ouch).

    https://dominionsureseal.com/product/gravel-guard/

    Probably lots of good alternative products out there like POR....
    Today, 07:19 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Representing the VFF
    by Mitch
    Niceee . Enjoy your camping trip, and give the wife a hug from us. Job well done
    Today, 07:13 PM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to ABQ NM.....leaving here the 11th departing from there the 19th.
    by Big hammer
    Enjoy your trip!...
    Today, 07:03 PM
  • ndnchf
    Reply to Winding generator field coils
    by ndnchf
    There was a little wear on the outer edge of a few coils, but not enough to affect their field strength. They are working fine do far.
    Today, 06:57 PM
  • Mrtherich
    Reply to Winding generator field coils
    by Mrtherich
    Did that work? The enamel on those wires look pretty worn. you can see bare metal in lots of places. The wires will touch each other and short, reducing the magnetic strength of the coils....
    Today, 06:51 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Mitch
    Don’t pull the head without doing a leak down first. That is always a bad move. It is best to try and pinpoint things vs exploratory surgery...
    Today, 06:49 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Representing the VFF
    by JDupuis
    Go Team VFF.
    Today, 06:44 PM
  • minutemantom
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by minutemantom
    I am going to find out. I will take the head off and look.
    Patrick r What would be your best guess ?
    Stay Safe. Thanks Tom...
    Today, 06:39 PM
  • Skimmerbob
    Representing the VFF
    by Skimmerbob
    My wife and are are camping in Michigans UP this week. Today we went to Tahquamenon Falls. So we snapped this picture.
    Representing!!! LOL...
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    Today, 06:29 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Trial fitting Classtique Upholstery interior trim panels.
    by Mitch
    Smart move Rusty
    Today, 06:27 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Sub frame repair
    by Mitch
    Nice craftsmanship, keep it comin
    Today, 06:26 PM
  • rusty
    Trial fitting Classtique Upholstery interior trim panels.
    by rusty
    Used the trim panels to position quarter window garnish moldings for fastening.
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    Today, 06:22 PM
  • Patrick
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Patrick
    With compression numbers like you have, I doubt its a valve issue unless it is just starting to go bad. Generally compression will be zero with a burnt valve. I would bet that the test was done without that cylinder being on TDC compression stroke. It might have been at TDC if you set it on TDC, only it was on exhaust stroke.
    Anyway, thats my take on it. I'm just sitting on the rear patio drinking...
    Today, 06:20 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by copgib
    Our prayers are with the family so they may have peace. Hooter
    Today, 06:19 PM
  • ndnchf
    Reply to Winding generator field coils
    by ndnchf
    I look forward to seeing your progress on the coils. Please take a lot of photos. I have rewrapped and rewired model A generator coils, but have not needed to make them new.


    Back many years ago I made field coils for Splitdorf generators used on pre-1932 motorcycles. Making the form was pretty simple and I had a wire winding machine with a counter. This made the job pretty easy....
    Today, 06:19 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Happy Birthday Classic A
    by copgib
    Happy Birthday!!! Hope you have many more! Hooter
    Today, 06:17 PM
  • 1929 35A
    Reply to Burtz engine
    by 1929 35A
    The inserts do not touch the bolts and according to the instructions and common sense, that is all that matters. That said, if the inserts were trimmed further, the bolts would come through as you said....
    Today, 06:14 PM
  • Michael M
    Reply to Happy Birthday Classic A
    by Michael M
    Happy birthday to Classic A!...
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    Today, 06:12 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by copgib
    Good evening boys! Hooter checking in again. As you might have seen, the hurricane came ashore down by Fort Myers. Totally flooded and more rain and wind on the way there. I guess I am lucky, the projected track has it now crossing the state and going up the east coast. I will still get tons of rain and hurricane winds from the storm bands, but being on the westside of the storm is to my benefit....
    Today, 06:12 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to REAR FLOOR PANEL
    by Marco Tahtaras
    They were used in all straight windshield Fordor models. The center carpet section on these models was made easily removeable for basic cleaning. The side sill carpets as well as the rear seat riser carpet were not. Where the lower edges of those go down into the floor pan, the edges were fastened with pan head sheet metal screws. I'm sure you'll find the small holes from them.

    Borrowing...
    Today, 06:04 PM
  • Michael M
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Michael M
    May Grant enjoy eternal rest. And condolences to Jeff and all those who mourn his passing....
    Today, 06:02 PM
  • alexiskai
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by alexiskai
    Matt could be right, maybe just tube production went overseas. Your description made it sound like the whole plant shut down, which isn't true, but I can see them shifting just that production line to be closer to the raw materials. Makes sense in the context of the supply chain crisis – if your US plant with US workers is idle because they can't get Asian rubber stock, that's very expensive....
    Today, 06:00 PM
  • Jeff/Illinois
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by Jeff/Illinois
    Just to clear the confusion... sorry for my earlier statement looks like we're good...
    Today, 05:53 PM
  • Jeff/Illinois
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by Jeff/Illinois
    Good to know that! I'll tell Pat he thought they went overseas........
    Today, 05:51 PM
  • old victoria
    Reply to Burtz engine
    by old victoria
    you did not chamfer the edge of the inserts right, if so the studs would come out. you need to seal those studs well or they will seep oil , org motor will do the same.
    Today, 05:47 PM
  • Grit Kid
    ABQ NM.....leaving here the 11th departing from there the 19th.
    by Grit Kid
    There is a Red Lobster at two locations...being invited would be nice, bring credit card that won't be declined or gift card with at least $300.00 loaded.
    Today, 05:46 PM
  • 1929 35A
    Reply to Burtz engine
    by 1929 35A
    Sitting here pondering this problem, I think it might be possible to take those bolts out after all. Correct me if I'm wrong but if I slide the top inserts out of the block, I should be able to slide the bolts out past the crank shaft journal, hopefully with enough clearance that I won't scratch the surface.
    It's a nice sunny spring day out there so being inside doesn't hold a lot of appeal....
    Today, 05:28 PM
  • Twiss58
    Reply to brake drum wont go over new brake pads
    by Twiss58
    So, the drums are now on? After you re-attached the rods can you spin the drum? Maybe you just need to adjust the brake rods to give you the clearance so the drums turn.
    Today, 05:28 PM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Sub frame repair
    by Jwmckenzie
    You have some serious sheet metal skills. ... Color me green
    Today, 05:18 PM
  • pops30
    Reply to Roof panels almost complete
    by pops30
    John Brissette, I think it is. I'd rather save as much as possible rather than replace the panel. If I was doing it for someone for money its not worth the labor to make them. But I do like making them as well.
    Today, 05:11 PM
  • Nelson C
    Reply to Winding generator field coils
    by Nelson C
    Per Les Andrews in "Model A Ford Troubleshooting & Diagnostics" page 4-16, the generator has two field poles.
    There are 100 turns of No. 17 copper wire on the field winding.
    Hope this helps.

    ​​​​​​​...
    Today, 05:11 PM
  • rheacox
    Reply to What did you fix today, not A related
    by rheacox
    Got my Jeep Cherokee running again for the first time in about a year. Didn't take more than a jump but I'm thinking now it's time to get more serious and start working on it this winter. It was my first vehicle and I decided I can't part with it (and the prices on nice Cherokees are going up fast). Needs floors, rockers and likely more but that's to be expected up in the northeast and after 233k....
    Today, 05:10 PM
  • pooch
    Reply to Model-a-ford.org/event/27-model-a-ford-national-meet-australia/
    by pooch
    Hoogah,

    Thanks for posting.

    Was great to catch up with you again.
    Today, 05:04 PM
  • pops30
    Sub frame repair
    by pops30
    Replaced the rear sections of the sub frame. Repaired the front section. I bought the rear sections, made the rest....
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    Today, 05:03 PM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Jedmundcars
    Great Man. Jeff I know you are proud to have known him. RIP GranTudor...
    Today, 04:47 PM
  • 1929 35A
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by 1929 35A
    Grant visited Australia many times and toured the country in a Model A (I think) in the 1960's. On his last visit, he stayed with us for a few days when we found he lived very near another Canadian friend. He died on Saturday August 13 at Hospice Niagara at the age of 89. He was an architect of merit.
    I'm sure he is resting in peace.
    Today, 04:47 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Happy Birthday Classic A
    by Mitch
    Happy Birthday Make a dang post dangit
    Today, 04:47 PM
  • pAt S.
    Reply to Nearing Completion (If that's really a thing!)
    by pAt S.
    Charles, X2 to your post, and X3 to all the responses! pAt S. 😀
    Today, 04:45 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Protecting Running Board Aprons
    by Mitch
    Great idea Mike, thanks for posting this....
    Today, 04:37 PM
  • 1929 35A
    Reply to Burtz engine
    by 1929 35A
    The answer to my problem came to me overnight. I figured (as Mitch says) that they have to come out the bottom but can't with the crank shaft still in there. The clearance between the bolts is 2", the same as the crank shaft journal but on top of that, there is the thickness of the inserts. The shoulder on the bolt is hitting the back of the inserts so they will not come out without removing...
    Today, 04:35 PM
  • Nelson C
    Reply to Protecting Running Board Aprons
    by Nelson C
    That is a very interesting way to protect an area of paint with the clear 3M Paint Protection Film.

    At a tour of a large antique car collection recently, there was a 1934 Buick Sedan with a blue exterior.
    It looked very good.
    They told us that the car was assembled from extra parts so they used a Vinyl Wrap instead of repainting the body and fenders.
    I couldn't tell...
    Today, 04:25 PM
  • Matt
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by Matt
    Maybe you are both right. Perhaps they are making the tires in Des Moines yet have outsourced the tubes to Vietnam.
    Today, 04:21 PM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jedmundcars
    Nice.
    Today, 03:51 PM
  • Brubaker
    Reply to REAR FLOOR PANEL
    by Brubaker
    Those should be original (placement). My '31 standard fordor has the same....
    Today, 03:39 PM
  • DarrenFixit
    Reply to 1931 ford model A installing door windows
    by DarrenFixit
    Thank you everyone for advising me on this situation. The glass fit in the channel and rubber seal like it was made for each other.
    Today, 03:34 PM
  • Cape Codder
    REAR FLOOR PANEL
    by Cape Codder
    Has anyone have the same snap fasteners on their floor pan in a Fordor with carpet? Or is this an added part by someone who wanted them?...
    Today, 03:22 PM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Big hammer
    Enjoy ​​​​​​...
    Today, 03:16 PM
  • ldreeg
    Reply to Protecting Running Board Aprons
    by ldreeg
    Agreed! Great idea. I plan on doing the underside of my fenders after I show it and start driving it. I did the underside of the headlight bar where it attaches to the fender and the tail lamp bracket to rear fender.
    Today, 03:06 PM
  • Patrick
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Patrick
    #7...
    Today, 02:49 PM
  • alexiskai
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by alexiskai
    Your correction might need a correction – as of eight weeks ago, the Des Moines Ag Tire Plant was still operational.
    https://www.desmoinesregister.com/st...e/10182830002/...
    Today, 02:28 PM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by CSPIDY
    I always liked his avatar name
    sounded like it could be a real model A model
    RIP Grant
    Today, 02:26 PM
  • Flathead
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Flathead
    Engine must be at TDC on compression stroke to do a leakdown test....
    Today, 02:26 PM
  • Mrtherich
    Winding generator field coils
    by Mrtherich
    I have to wind new field coils for my generator. What gauge/inch/mm wire do I need?
    I'm making a mold with 3d printing so that should work alright.

    I believe the amount of windings is 100
    Today, 02:22 PM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to Engine noise issue
    by H. L. Chauvin
    I had new similar puzzling engine noises several years ago with a newly reinstalled overhauled engine with the same used fiber timing gear and a new Dan McEachern metal crankshaft gear that was creating sounds similar to drum music with perfect timing produced by several different drummers.

    I called Mr. Dan McEachern, placed my phone near the engine, and let him hear this perfectly timed...
    Today, 01:39 PM
  • Jeff/Illinois
    Reply to New Inner Tubes
    by Jeff/Illinois
    Update I stand corrected...

    Pat at the local FS (Farm Service) told me today that Firestone had a plant in Des Moines where they were still making new inner tubes as the Ag and Ind. customers still use a LOT of inner tubes.

    He told me Goodyear and Firestone were still making inner tubes for Model A's in the early 70's and yes they were good quality.
    Today, 01:33 PM
  • Rumbler
    Reply to Throttle shaft/lever peening
    by Rumbler
    When shopping for the brass nuts, I found some 1/4"x3/8"x1" bronze bushings that I decided to try. I drilled them out with a 9/32" bit and then cut them with a Dremel tool. I didn't quite drill all the way through on the "rear" bushing, leaving a step to stop the throttle shaft from slipping through. This is indicated by the blue line on the outside of the bushing....
    Today, 01:28 PM
  • minutemantom
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by minutemantom
    Hey guys.
    I used my line from the compression tester to put air into the cylinder. It was blowing air out the tailpipe !
    I will take a look at the valves real soon.
    Thanks Tom...
    Today, 01:23 PM
  • merjohn
    Reply to Happy Birthday Classic A
    by merjohn
    Happy Birthday!!
    Today, 01:10 PM
  • merjohn
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by merjohn
    Panoramic view of Meghan’s Bay in St. Thomas V.I. My wife Merrie is on the far right.

    ...
    Today, 01:09 PM
  • 30Tudor
    Reply to Protecting Running Board Aprons
    by 30Tudor
    Here are some pics. It is almost impossible to see the difference between the painted surface and the film surface. I did find a small (3/8') defect where the apron meets the rear fender but will trim that out. The edge of the film is hidden by the seams between the panels (under the fender welting), rolled between the apron and the running board seam and under the doors. Hope this helps....
    Today, 01:07 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Mitch
    Emailed a few times with Grant, a straight up and very knowledgeable guy. RIP Grant, prayers sent. What a tough year it has been, so much has been lost. Sorry JD, and thanks for letting us know.
    Stay Safe all, and God Bless
    Today, 01:06 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Mitch
    I made one from a repo 3X plug base...
    Today, 12:58 PM
  • Boston Bruce
    Reply to Old Victoria Adjustable Drag Links
    by Boston Bruce
    I am in for one.
    Today, 12:00 PM
  • Patrick
    Reply to Brakes agin - groan/chatter when applied and turning
    by Patrick
    Well, OK. Above info good. If everything seems to be as it should then maybe check the hold down spring tension. Maybe just shim them a bit to increase the tension a bit. Just spit-balling.
    Today, 11:54 AM
  • Patrick
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Patrick
    My leak tester is a hollowed out spark plug with an air coupler welded to it. Find TDC [on compression], hold crank in that position [ usually just manual trans in gear] and then feed about 50# air into cylinder. The listen for that leak.
    Today, 11:51 AM
  • Gary Karr
    Reply to Nearing Completion (If that's really a thing!)
    by Gary Karr
    Charles, after all of your research and hard work, I do hope that you will reconsider showing it in fine point. That will benefit not only you but everyone else that has the opportunity to see it.
    Today, 11:46 AM
  • Corley
    Reply to Taking up smoking...
    by Corley
    PS I found a link to where another person built pretty much what I described, except he is using a bicycle pump.
    (6) FIND VACUUM LEAKS FAST with this $15 DIY SMOKE MACHINE - YouTube
    Today, 11:42 AM
  • H. L. Chauvin
    Reply to Engine noise issue
    by H. L. Chauvin
    After re-installing an engine, it is always a good idea to try placing a straight edge or a yard stick, (on one (1) pair of the three (3) front pulleys at a time), to verify that all three (3) pulley side faces, (and more importantly, the three (3) pulley centers), are aligned on the same center line of rotation.

    Usually the generator and/or water pump can be adjusted and moved forward...
    Today, 11:39 AM
  • conaway2
    Reply to Engine noise issue
    by conaway2
    The water pump shaft isn’t moving in and out - pump has been rebuilt with a leakless kit that included the shaft collar that prevents anything but rotationalmovement.

    also, the noise is still present with the fan belt removed.

    from watching the video, I believe the timing of the ‘tap’ seems to correspond with the rotational frequency of the cam gear…..or it may just...
    Today, 11:29 AM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Jamey E
    Sorry to hear this too
    Prayers for you & his family
    Today, 11:24 AM
  • wayne1230cars
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by wayne1230cars
    Sorry to hear this. Condolences to his family and friends.
    Today, 11:08 AM
  • Ken Parker
    Reply to Old Victoria Adjustable Drag Links
    by Ken Parker
    I have one made from shortened tie rod.. came in a model a garage sale. Call me if interested and I can send pictures. ken
    Today, 10:54 AM
  • Corley
    Taking up smoking...
    by Corley
    So your engine is running funny, or you just can't seem to get the carb adjusted just right? You may wish to take up smoking!

    Recently, on a Mercedes Benz that I was working on, I had poor running issues, and had tried several things with no joy. I suspected a vacuum leak, but hadn't been able to find it with the normal methods, listening with a stethoscope, spraying card cleaner all...
    Today, 10:52 AM
  • Jim Brierley
    Reply to New Compression Gauge
    by Jim Brierley
    You probably don't need a fancy tester? Try a wet compression test by putting a couple of squirts of oil in each cylinder, or at least in #3. Do another compression test and see if #3 comes up noticeably. If it does, your rings are bad, if not it is likely valves. With that much difference I'd suspect valves.
    Today, 10:52 AM
  • Dennis
    Reply to Pcv on a Burtz
    by Dennis
    Give Dave Gerold a call at Durable Performance or email. He has experience using a PCV at the location you have in question....
    Today, 10:50 AM
  • rheacox
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by rheacox
    Jon I don't look that good in heels...
    Today, 10:45 AM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Good morning! 50's and no sun today. No rain either so that, for once, is good. Things are pretty soggy here. Prayers to those in Florida. It's looking bad for Tampa and surrounding area. The surge predictions are awful. A friend is in Poinciana supposedly closing on a house. Yes- loosing another friend to Florida. Hope it goes well!!
    Have more laundry to do today, continue basement cleaning...
    Today, 10:40 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Welcome ~ Introductions
    by Mitch
    Welcome hotrodfil to the VFF!! It is good to have ya aboard. Thanks for the intro and those cool pics. George Miller just completed a T on an A right before we lost him (RIP). Ck out the thread in the modified area.
    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...-to-me-model-t
    Today, 10:35 AM
  • jjmo92
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by jjmo92
    Sad news to hear.....
    Today, 10:26 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jwmckenzie
    ...or maybe crawling under that car at the Studebaker Museum. hope your cough get better soon. Can the Doc give you something?...
    Today, 10:24 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Jwmckenzie
    Just tell her to buy another pair of shoes..........
    Today, 10:20 AM
  • Jwmckenzie
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Jwmckenzie
    Sad News.. RIP GranTudor. Condolences on the loss of your friend Jeff.

    As a bit of trivia, Grant was our oldest member, that responded, on the Survey that PepeLoco started a few months ago....
    Today, 10:17 AM
  • rheacox
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by rheacox
    I did figure the gauge was going to be off but I tested it against every other thermometer in the house and 160 really is 160. Based on how the Motometer acts versus the gauge I'm confident that the temp probably never gets much above 180-190 running hard on hot days. I drove 6 hours home from Cape Cod in 90-100 degree heat and the coolant level never moved. It was probably around 70 on my ride over...
    Today, 10:09 AM
  • hotrodfil
    Reply to Repro shocks - recommendations?
    by hotrodfil
    Here’s a picture of a couple of cars that were used for testing the shocks.

    no affiliation other than supplying samples of old shocks and the vacuum pump used in the filling process…

    ...
    Today, 10:09 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by DaWizard
    morning
    Today, 09:57 AM
  • Round Headlights
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Round Headlights
    My condolences…RIP Grant.
    Today, 09:52 AM
  • Grit Kid
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Grit Kid
    Sad news....RIP.
    Today, 09:49 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Rest In Peace GranTudor
    by Big hammer
    R.I.P. Grant thought’s and prayers for your family and friends...
    Today, 09:37 AM
  • BNCHIEF
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by BNCHIEF
    Thanks Jeff know what you mean on the coughing still doing that i tested neg for covid twice, they did x rays to make sure i did not have pneumonia but they decided it was bronchitus so i am still getting the crud out of my lungs, you take care of yourself life sometimes gets in the way of fun.
    Today, 09:21 AM
  • L Jones
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by L Jones
    Morning
    Got to go get groceries.

    Praying for everyone in Florida...
    Today, 09:15 AM
  • JDupuis
    Happy Birthday Classic A
    by JDupuis
    Classic A
    Happy 77th Birthday
    You’ve been a member for 4 years now…… Maybe I can prompt you to make your first post?
    Today, 09:14 AM
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