Mudgy's 1937 Dodge Sedan

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Mudgy
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Re: Mudgy's 1937 Dodge Sedan

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G'Day Steve,
They're the same old ones mate 5/8"UNF(?) from memory. Got them from the UK from an aircraft supplier. Highest MPA rating I could find.
The Fella that made the rods said, "yes, good units" .


Cheers, Mudgy
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Re: Mudgy's 1937 Dodge Sedan

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Well G'Day All,

I do finally have a nice shiny new fuel tank.
I've put that on hold, as I have 3 x new machines to install at an Aluminium Can factory in Sydney.
The Germans, Aussie engineering guys, and us are there to plonk them in.....
And I find out tuesday morning (after a rough Monday night) I have Covid. FFS, if there is a God, he hates me.

Even tonight I'm having the sweats again. Can't go back on site til I'm OK.....
My offsider has stepped up to the plate, and he's kicking ass on site.

And I managed to dodge this crap the whole while.

Anyone who's had it, I can now understand how messed up this can make you feel.


Cheers, (a sick) Mudgy
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Sly Fox
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Re: Mudgy's 1937 Dodge Sedan

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That's good news on the fuel tank Mudgy, I look forward to seeing it when you feel better.

Sorry to hear about the Covid, look after yourself mate.
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