Lots of running around today.
This morning, bright and early, we saddled up in Moby and left. We had a short drive up to Maiden to get a van.
We got there, did the bill of sale, paid the man, put the winch in the trailer hitch, hooked up the battery, and didn't have the control cable. So we undid everything and came home. The HF winch has a 5 pin plug and I have no idea which pin does what.
We stopped at Taco Bell on the way out. I wanted a soft taco, but the drive thru voice told me they didn't have any. When I got up to the window I asked why they didn't have any. A Taco Bell warehouse burned down and lots of places didn't get supplies.
We got the van with no problems, and headed home.
On the way a terrible vibration started if I went over 45. So we didn't go over 45.
Once we got home we saw that the guy had cut the driveshaft to take the transmission out. I don't know why people don't do it right. How hard is it to take out 4 11mm bolts. The stub of the driveshaft was causing the vibration.
When we looked in the back of the van I got a pleasant surprise. Useful stuff.
First is this tool box that is going to go in Moby.
And this cabinet that will go in the shop for air tools.
They were in a frame work and attached together. About 20 or so bolts and they came apart.
We did some light back yard pick up while we waited for Heath to get home.
When he did we left.
An uneventful trip to the scrap yard and we exchanged the van for cash and came home.
I am going to build a tool box for Moby, so I needed some measurements. In order to get them right we had to put a third seat in Moby. TheKracken had one it wasn't using so we stole it. It doesn't match, but I don't care.
I took my measurements and came in.
Now to get to playing in Sketchup.