Re: warman and kingpins lmfao
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Fri, 09 Sep 2005 01:16:32 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>This can be a frustrating job.... As the oldest fossil in our shop, it has
>>come to me (since I used to work on KPs when they were on new pick ups).
>>that king pins can fool you.... one will come so easy it seeems like it
>>out and the next will tax even all of the old tricks I have learned. - on
>>scale of 1 to 10, the difficult ones come in at about 14.5 since the
>>inexperience can leave behind can reach astronomic levels.
>>I suggest finding an old timer that can do it as econimcally as possible.
>>you are in for the game, eyeball what you have (including looseness,
>>difficulty turning the knuckle and anything else that can give insight)
>>post back here.... It may take time for a reply, but I can try to help.
> hey foctard
> kingpins are used today
> whats so hard about them?
> aint no brainsurgury
> stick to the oilbay warman
> u are not a licenced tech
> hurc ast
If you IGNORE it, it WILL go away.