Outback Jack

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About Outback Jack

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    The REAL Outback Jack.
  • Birthday 03/29/1972

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    Southern WA
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    Throwing money at cars like it's toilet paper.... lol
    Paying Blowhards good money to shit things on my pride and joy right up.
    Driving Highways with my Rotti in the Passenger Seat like it's Mad Max.....

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  1. Slack bastard.... xf looks good. Im out in the bush now. Bought a house. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  2. There is a God!!!!! And thy name be Dyno! She gonna go like a cut snake. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  3. Haha. Always the way. Further you are away from stuff the more and more urgently you need it. Yeah I need bits... lol. As with your uni... 150km away. Sockets will get bushes out no prob. Only need to do top arms on this job and maybe something else. Will come in handy for bearings later and stuff. Bit cold today.... thats my excuse anyway.... hehe. Jack. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  4. Yeah mate, its pretty sturdy... about 3ft tall. Just need to buy all the bits but on ebay they cost a fair bit. I got sockets.. hehe. Weighs 34kg so be warned... It does alk the shit I have to pay someone to do bear... so thats a money saver there. Lights arent bad, dont like the usb connectors... bit weak. Makes a huge difference. Yeah, smacking them with a hammer and a punch sucks. Mwahahaha.... and pressing grapes... flowers.... trousers.... Soon my pretty... soon...... Jack. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  5. Ok..... have got the last of my bits for ute. Ando tipped me off about a sale on a 6tonne press... $150. Done. Dog had to go for injection anyway... cough cough. I just installed a 3 light solar kit in garage... pretty cool, came in mail today... took 15 minutes to put up. 3 lights - 5-6 hours. 1 light- 15 hours. All on a 3000mAh battery and a lil solar panel about 20 × 30cm. Thats already on shed roof. Some pics of the press and the mini light system.... Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  6. White lithium grease is a lubricant. Wd40 loosens rusty nuts..... Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  7. Try some dielectric grease in the switch first....over time they wear thin on the plating the switch moves on or scratch up. The grease will give a moisture free nice contact. Sounds like you narrowed it down... or bad earth at switch. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  8. The guys that put in your alarm have somehow messed up or pulled on your loom if you didnt have a prob before.... get em to fix it. Probably using connectors instead of soldering. Look for a bad earth or a wire shorting... but Id get them to do that. Warranty. .. such a lovely word. Could be a simple relay, but sounds like a short. If you had the prob all along then usually a stuck or siezed door actuator or shorting switches. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  9. She only watches Cruft dog shows... like Rottweiler porn.... then she likes the sofa and I go to the pub... Wasn't too bad mate but even pre drilling holes didnt help. Just weak bolt metal... fatigues even before you get it to hold the bracket. All up now... works nice... got me centre channel speaker mounting getting closer to finalized. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  10. Drooooool..... Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  11. I got some used scarafire tips... already have a hardened edge and tip... still got to make a knifey- spooney yet. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  12. No complaints in my house... make your complaints to the Rottweiler. .. she's deaf...... hehe. No wukkas VB, Its pretty good but you need a fresh battery or stud sensor goes a bit shit and misreads. My battery was about 2010 duracell... and it still got the job done almost on empty. Bloody cheap chinese coach bolts snapped before could tighten up... absolute crap.... now has 4 x 65mm wood roofing techs. Locked the drill up too far and fried the motor....hehe.... was stuffed anyway. Finally measured it all up and got it on the wall.... not over the fire... studs all over the show. Under the aircon it went.... still got to wire up speakers but got to extend a couple first so they reach reciever. Biggest tips... 1. Non tilt bracket... 90cm from floor 2. Tilt bracket.... 100-120cm. Makes it so you dont crane neck or lose screen clarity on cheaper screens with low viewing angles. My first one... so its still up... happy. Pics.... Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  13. No....... but thats no different to my normal life.... Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  14. Just been using this round house until all car bits are here. 5 in 1 tool for levelling, measuring, Finds wood studs, AC wiring and metal studs. Also tells room temps and can do m2 and m3 calculations in one tool. Not too shabby. $40 on ebay. Other name brands were 2-3 times the price. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk
  15. We used to have that model gemini in Australia. ... fastback gem. Mates missus had a pearler. Havent seen one in 10-15 years. It is the Opel Kadet. These are getting rare in Europe now.. tried to buy one 17 years ago there.... no luck. When looking for parts in Holland etc, look for 'oldtimers' thats what they call vintage cars in germany and holland. Nice to see a 2 door. Sent from my GT-S7583T using Tapatalk