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  1. #31
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Brian Harmon
    I live in flagstaff, east side

    kinda a jerk of all trades, willing to help as needed

    Have:

    plasma cutter
    compressor
    coil spring compressors
    impact tools
    140 amp welder
    grinders
    basic hand tools
    obd 1 and II scanner with updated software
    many jeep parts lying around
    I have 2 flatbeds on site, we can borrow if needed
    The artist formerly known as [COLOR="Blue"][B]XJNATION[/B][/COLOR]

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    I am also in Flagstaff,I have an entire roll of duct tape and I am not afraid to use it!I also have a flatbed trailer and an assortment of tools.Always wiiling to help!!!

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Quote Originally Posted by cousineddy View Post
    I am also in Flagstaff,I have an entire roll of duct tape and I am not afraid to use it!I also have a flatbed trailer and an assortment of tools.Always wiiling to help!!!
    One of the afore mentioned flatbeds now residing at my house.....BillR will be dropping off his flatbed this weekend........maybe time to have a flatbed sale! Actually without the use of that trailer we would not have running water in the house! thanks again cousineddy!
    Last edited by rockwerks; 01-17-2008 at 06:16 PM.
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Xiled1, can I come over and hang around in your garage?? Sounds like to have some fun stuff!!
    A gold miner is just a liar standing next to a hole in the ground.
    RIP Digger B. Trouble, Rilee the Weed and Kodiak Kid

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    I live in East Mesa; Signal Butte between University and Brown. Have well lighted garage, large air compressor, air tools, hand tools, floor jack, jack stands, arc welder, Oxy-Acetylene setup.

    Garage also has larger refrigerator, usually lots of beer
    Russ
    '06 Rubi LJ, mostly stock except for lift, 35s, armor, blah, blah, blah.

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    Mig, TIG, Stick welders, plasma cutter, grinders, band saw, but most importantly I have several very large hammers
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    10/4 QMAN try to check in here every day doesn't sound like a bad thing meeting new friends works kinda of slow right now too its all good.

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Quote Originally Posted by AZLugz View Post
    People are always putting feelers out there for help and I thougt it might be cool to have a spot where people put some info on any special tools or maybe even abilities that the average wheeler may not have and might need. Then if you have a need and see someone in your area that has that tool, you could PM them for help. Not necessarily as a standing offer to jump and run but.........
    I am totally new, and have no tools, and really no know-how when it comes to machanical stuff. However, I do have a willingness to learn and would love to help do anything. I sure am handy at holding a flashlight and shuttin' up! Haha.

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Have question for? I bunged up a bolt on skid plate. heavy skid plate, with sleeve attached which meets with another sleeve that is attached to unibody frame. need to fix threads, so is it better/easier to retread sleeves a little bigger, or make new ones??
    rethread right? i hope
    A gold miner is just a liar standing next to a hole in the ground.
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    I'm down in Maricopa, and can usually be found in the garage working on something or just taking something apart. I have air compressor, floorjack and stands, assortment of power and air tools, grinder.....toolbox full of stuff, and the general know-how to find a way to fix or rebuild. And if all else fails there is a refrigerator in the garage usually stocked with beverages.
    Jason
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Well I had your basic + tools when living with my dad, but since I moved out my craftsman tools set is still at his house mixed with his tools!! Yeah im sure I will never see those again since we dont know whos is whos!! But most of you guys that know me, know that my dad owns a big steel fab shop located in El Mirage, AZ. I work Monday thru Friday, sometimes Saturday. I usually have the weekends off, so if you need any fabbin or help with welding be sure to let me know. We have many .035 MIGS/CO2, .045 MIG/CO2, TIG, STUD MACHINE, TORCH, MAGNETIC DRILL(drill from 1/4" to 1 1/4" up to a inch thick of steel) PLASMA, GRINDERS, 38,000LB FORKLIFT, AND THE PIRHANA(which cuts up to 1" of flat bar 12 inches wide. Punches from 5/16" to 1" up to 1" plate. Cuts up to 4"x4" angle, also cuts soild bar as well.

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Me, I'm down here in Queen Creek with a 3 car garage, air tools, hand tools, jacks, jack stands, drill, vice, HUGE workbench, cuttoff saw..... and cold beer! I know enough to fix an axle, install a locker, repair a driveshaft, brakes, electronics installing, a little about the engine, tranny, and t-case

    The house is also equipped with a big screen, BBQ, and jacuzzi!

    I can also fix computers. Anything from "I think I got a virus" to "I need to upgrade everything so I can play BioShock"
    We have another Jeep!

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    Digger since noones answerd your ? and I'm not sure maybe you ought to make a new post??? good luck

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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    I’m at about 7th ave. and Glendale and only have a carport. I have most of the common hand tools, drill press, air compressor, welder and grinders. I also have some wood working tools table saw, jointer, planer and a bunch of wood working hand tools but a small shop, 180 sqft. I also have a background in electronics, I worked for Honeywell R&D lab by the airport, we make jet engines.
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    Re: What do you have to offer to help?

    I am in Mesa close to AJ just off the 60 and Sossaman

    I have:
    flatbed trailer and a truck to tow it
    SWR meter to set CB antennas

    all the std junk like hand and power tools, jack and stands



    I bought an OBDII Code Scanner last night to use on my sons truck so if anyone needs to scan or clear codes on a '96 or newer!!!



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