WURW Fri. 2-12-21

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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by Thunder1 » February 12th 2021, 7:01am

A chrono to end the work week..
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For later this afternoon/evening..
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Winston & Walter woof 'TGIF & Stay Safe'..
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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by biglove » February 12th 2021, 8:27am

Sharp one, Noob. Ah, my favorite WL Pups on Friday. Always a welcome sight., as are your watches, T.

Winter Storm warnings here with low of 7° Monday. A rarity for us in Louisiana.


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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by Thunder1 » February 12th 2021, 9:00am

biglove wrote:
February 12th 2021, 8:27am
Sharp one, Noob. Ah, my favorite WL Pups on Friday. Always a welcome sight., as are your watches, T.

Winter Storm warnings here with low of 7° Monday. A rarity for us in Louisiana.



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It's bout 30 degrees out here..roads haven't frozen over yet, but they might by Sunday..briefly lost power last night, so I need to get some fire wood ready, just in case..
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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by Watch Noob » February 12th 2021, 9:10am

Thunder1 wrote:
February 12th 2021, 9:00am
biglove wrote:
February 12th 2021, 8:27am
Sharp one, Noob. Ah, my favorite WL Pups on Friday. Always a welcome sight., as are your watches, T.

Winter Storm warnings here with low of 7° Monday. A rarity for us in Louisiana.



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It's bout 30 degrees out here..roads haven't frozen over yet, but they might by Sunday..briefly lost power last night, so I need to get some fire wood ready, just in case..
I briefly saw that 100 car pileup in Fort Worth, WTF? Be careful of black ice down there.
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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by labman » February 12th 2021, 11:24am

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February 12th 2021, 11:07am
How's that Kinetic holding up Mark? I've read some issues with those on the boards.

Great - I've had it for about 9 year now.

I do need to replace the capacitor though, the longest it will hold a charge is about 2 months.

Could probably get longer if I wore it more :roll:

Can pick up a replacement capacitor kit for $16 - $20, so no complaints - never get 9 years out of a battery.

Overall I give it a :Thumbsup:
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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by Watch Noob » February 12th 2021, 11:53am

labman wrote:
February 12th 2021, 11:24am
Watch Noob wrote:
February 12th 2021, 11:07am
How's that Kinetic holding up Mark? I've read some issues with those on the boards.

Great - I've had it for about 9 year now.

I do need to replace the capacitor though, the longest it will hold a charge is about 2 months.

Could probably get longer if I wore it more :roll:

Can pick up a replacement capacitor kit for $16 - $20, so no complaints - never get 9 years out of a battery.

Overall I give it a :Thumbsup:
Good to hear.
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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

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Combing over my recently acquired Build Book that delineates every step of the hand-built assembly process of my car, I learned the engine was originally “rejected” because the timing gears made too much noise. So they replaced them!

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Re: WURW Fri. 2-12-21

Post by 3Flushes » February 12th 2021, 11:08pm

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I remember that PW ^^^ love it. I think a few guys in here had one at one point or another.
Had to have the balance staff replaced a while back. I wasn't sure I wanted to bother but the gang encouraged me to get it fixed- It was quite reasonable and I'm really glad I did.
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