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dustinsn3485 last won the day on July 18 2015

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About dustinsn3485

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    Springfie, Tennessee
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    2011 Ninja 1000

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  1. dustinsn3485

    fasteners, lock washers are bad.

    Vibra-tite: half the price of loc-tite and of the same chemical make-up.
  2. dustinsn3485

    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    I'd consider any reasonable offers. All prices are negotiable. Would like to see it all go together, but will break it up too.
  3. dustinsn3485

    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    I don't have an address yet. Shoot me that and how ya'll wanna pay and I'll get it in the mail.
  4. dustinsn3485

    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    @bowdog Still waiting to hear. I'd like to send them both at the same time. It'd be one shipping charge that way.
  5. dustinsn3485

    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    Both of the metric hex bit socket sets have 10mm. I'm assuming you want a socket though.
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    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    Items in this post sold.
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    Snap on tools and misc stuff

    Before I go through the trouble of taking and adding a bunch of pictures is there anyone that is looking to buy any of the stuff below... Looking for a fair price, it's all snap on...Open to offers for everything. Half inch standard semi deep well sockets (standard 9/16-15/16 $100) IMG_20180817_082415 by Dustin, on Fli fluke electrical meter - temp gone is sold IMG_20180817_082929 by Dustin, on Flickr
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    bike 2011 Ninja 1000

    Thinking about selling the bike... Decided not to for now.
  9. dustinsn3485

    Wtf is this

    They're copying Piaggio...
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    "side hustle."

    I quit my job and started a hydraulic parts and repair shop. Basic cylinder repair right now and making replacement hydraulic lines. I will eventually get into machining replacement components for cylinders.
  11. dustinsn3485

    Has anyone lived in TN?

    So how'd this ever turn out? It's quite likely I've missed another thread somewhere on the forum, but I know this one exist.
  12. dustinsn3485

    Tire Changers (in the market)

    I had the HF setup years ago and thought it did the job just fine. Made the appropriate upgrades and really it seemed to work well. One day I felt like spending money so I went ahead and got the $650 classic no mar and it's like night and day. Your budget will determine what works best, but I'd pick the no mar, when given the choice between it and the HF.
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    Total eclipse

    I generally don't share much of my personal life...I felt that the photographer captured the moment exceptionally well though. I've waited over a year for the eclipse so I could get this picture and really could not be happier with the result. The eclipse was an amazing thing to get to see and I will be in Ohio in 2024 to see it happen again.
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    Has anyone lived in TN?

    Nah, I don't think so. I pay $600 a year for my bike and the same for my Jeep. The house is $1200 a year. Property taxes are only $1800. No income tax. Sales tax is a 9.025, but I'm only 30 min from KY so if I want a big purchase I go there.
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    Has anyone lived in TN?

    I've been here for 7 years and haven't even had the slightest notion to go back to Ohio. Everything is better. Everything. The housing market is crazy right now so getting a home for less than asking value won't happen. The weather is generally warmer and more humid in the summer. I started out in downtown Nashville and have slowly moved North and West to get away from all the hustle and bustle of city living. Smyrna is South and East. I24 from Smyrna to Nashville is by far the heaviest and worst traffic in the city. Anything specific, ask away. I can check things out if you need eyes on something. Overall with a company paid transfer it wouldn't even be something I would consider, I would be an instant yes. If you don't mind a short commute, live about 20-30 miles east of Smyrna and the cost of living goes way down, you're in the country, and the plateau is only 40 minutes away. The dragon would be about 3 hours. A day trip basically.