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What Did You Do To Your Car Today.

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drove the saff around for the first time in months.

feel so good. Might put more than the 1000miles on it like last year.

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:( :( :( sorry to see that Kalvin

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It is what it is. Tomorrow the head goes to the machine shop to get checked out. Looks like this head has been off before which is a little concerning.

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Dropped off the head at the machine shop. I'll hear the results tomorrow.

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Washed and waxed on an insanely nice, sunny day here. I'll try to get a picture before I dirty it up at the mountain tomorrow morning.

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what did you do to your house today?

mike this is mostly for you

here is the backsplash up in the new kitchen

now i am in the process of getting the grout off the natural stone :( - shoot me please - yes, i sealed the stones. I will never use an intricate mosaic like this again.

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in this pic i still have

replace switches/outlets with white and instal a gfi

plug the stove in and move it back

finish undercabinet led's

test my dishwasher install

install the 3" wide board above the sink

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Looks good.

gotta work fast when there is natural stone.

Use a scraper for any build up and a haze remover to clean

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what did you do to your house today?

Looks NICE Greg!

Like the look of it, and I love the draw pulls handles and counters, I had the same in my condo that I completly rehabed.Only thing that sink, what's up with the tiny sink?

My old place when I sold it. Last time I do tile floors in the kitchen... For some reason I can't post this image... :huh:

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199.000 miles:

Replaced my battery and positive battery cables.

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and... add some Liquid Tape on my naked wires going to the ABS pump motor.

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Dragos, was just checking out photos of your car in your "Garage." I always enjoy your updates with new blue box parts.

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the sink looks small there...

could only do a 30" under cabinet in our design and the room and this is the biggest under-mount stainless sink I could do through the granite installer/company (Free sink lol) - it is pretty deep though haha

the granite is "peacock" and has light blue and green and gold in it but is basically dark

I will post some final kitchen pics

gotta do some paint matching with the cream cabinets for a small finishing trim for the cabinet/ soffit gap

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oh cool greg,

i missed that post earlier.

mosaics are major pain to grout for sure. i don't care how good you are, you will drip grout on to the surface below.

Don't forget, its basically colored concrete, so be careful wiping it off the granite.

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On topic: full tank. Full belly makes for a happy car. Hoping to clear 40F today so I can give it a quick bath.

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