List of To-Do's for Tellico

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Here is what I have left to do on the 40 when I get home tomorrow night

Weld the muffler brackets back on
Take out the back seats
Put in the shoulder seat belt
Replace missing bolt on the drive shaft
Drain and refill front and rear dif's - aint been done since I bought it
Cut and weld my half doors
Coat the doors,bumper,and sliders with a fresh coat of black paint
Weld on longer bolts on to the tire carrier

the If I have time
make a maglight holder
make a GPS and cell phone holder
make a koozie holder

And once I get to ingles
Put on my bikini top

Aint too bad...It's go time! :beer:
 

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Heres my list, not as ambitious as you guys :flipoff2:


install new portion of 20'x 20' roof on commercial building
move 1000 sqft of furniture
make list of food, buy said list
install cb
buy cb antenna
make and install aux cooler bracket
install grill on 62
go to lowes to return some items
go to west marine,, to buy some items
dream about sliders and bumpers
dig out stuff to ...
pack
get wood, x2
pack food and cooking utensiles

ship an axel housing
pull and ship a pitman
pack and ship 3 boxes to ppl on mud
fix lawn mower, buy part install
return like 15 emails with pictures about parts,,,
design restaurant, and fax equipment lists and menus to vendors, Ill do half that when I am driving,, :cool:
call hvac, electric, and plumbers to find out when they are going to start
sand apt 1 closet sheet rock
install carpet in apt 1 closet after above roof
prime and paint apt 1
replace window in apt 1
cut and nail 4 boards in new room (jamb molding)

clean bikini top for some yahoo :princess: going on the trip :D

worry about maintence on 62 I did not do

have tires changed to chrome wheels, or paint old rusty wagon wheels black,,

I know there is something I am forgetting, I am sure I will remember it when I get about 1 hour from the house friday!!! or when I get to tellico :mad:

good luck guys
 
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Heres my to do list, unfortunately I can't start my cruiser to do list which is like 30 items long until I do this one.
-Design 4 landscape plans ranging from 5-25k
-explain to our retarded secretary how to scan documents so i can work from clemson
-pack for trip back to sc, drive to sc and unpack
-drive to atlanta and pack my gf
-drive back from atlanta and unpack my gf
-snag a free dinner from my gf's parents

Matt I agree with you man. I just rocked the GRE on wed so I can go to grad school and hang around Clemson 2 more years.
 

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CruisinTiger said:
Here is what I have left to do on the 40 when I get home tomorrow night

Weld the muffler brackets back on not nessary
Take out the back seats Not nessessary
Put in the shoulder seat belt Need this
Replace missing bolt on the drive shaftNeed this
Drain and refill front and rear dif's - aint been done since I bought itNeed this
Cut and weld my half doorsnot nessary

Coat the doors,bumper,and sliders with a fresh coat of black paintnot nessary

Weld on longer bolts on to the tire carriernot nessary


the If I have time
make a maglight holdernot nessary

make a GPS and cell phone holdernot nessary

make a koozie holdernot nessary


And once I get to ingles
Put on my bikini topnot nessary


Aint too bad...It's go time! :beer:Need this
And the last thing on the list that should have been there. Get your rigg running. So you can drive it! Go through the mechanics of it with a fine tooth comb and look for weak spots and fix them.

I spent a whole month getting mine ready and never even thought of how it looked. And I still had problems on the trail but they were minor. Start at one end and work your way though the whole mechanical systems. You cruiser will love you for it.
 
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Yeah it was runnin smooth and had worked out the kinks till I bought the Tacometer last weekend and found out I was runnin at 1400 rpm. So really only had 2 days to try and get it down to 800 rpm and I got it there..but kept tweaking it as JP was tweakin his and sometimes it would do ok and sometimes it would just suck. And most of the stuff on there was necessary...had to weld the muffler cause the linkage was getting caught were the muffler bolted to the header. the seats had to come out so I could fit my spare tire in the back...the half doors were more for protection out on the trail. The other stuff was more fun stuff if I got the other things done.
 

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CruisinTiger said:
the half doors were more for protection out on the trail.

I have no idea how those cut doors with jagged metal comming out of them provided protection. Unless your were try to protect yourself from a bear attack. Cause if I were a bear I wouldn't get anywhere near those doors. :D :flipoff2:

By the way I did manage to break something on the trail. From what I can tell I at least drove through 4 and 5 with it like this. Scary huh.

 
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Interesting Marshall, When I got back home and was unloading the cruiser I realize I had a bent shackle. I think it happened when we passed those guys who parked in the best part of the trail.
 
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