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post #61 of 4135 (permalink) Old 08-12-2012, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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I use 2 meter FM, which is just below the old analog police band (144mhz). I tie into the signal repeaters that are either club sponsored or privately owned to increase my distance over a larger area. I put out about 10 watts, but the repeaters can get me 30-40 miles or so.

I mostly use it to talk to my Dad, who is retired and has a base station. We talk for about 5-10 minutes during my commute to Detroit. Its a nice way to keep in contact and my Dad enjoys it.

CB is just too noisy and the antennas are too big. These days, you have to run more then the FCC allowed 4 watts to get any kind of distance. While I enjoy a good laugh on the CB band with the truck drivers and locals, if you want serious communication without being bothered, Ham Radio is the way to go.
Thanks James. I do realize that this is a niche hobby enjoyed by many and understood by few ... including myself.

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Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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We used to install kits in our CB's to allow 40 upper channels so we could go to a channel that only we used to avoid all the noise on the 40 regular channels. Yes, I had a 150w linear in the car because as you've mentioned, 4 watts just doesn't do it unless you have a 20 foot beam antenna! lol

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Your right, Ham radio is a niche hobby. If I had more time, I would get into it more. Family life, demanding job and my car hobby, I don't have time to explore the hobby more.

I do think the unique Diamond antenna looks good on the black Fiesta. I had a few black ones but they either fell apart or weren't effective. Putting a radio in a modern car isn't easy. I had to zippy tie to the radio to the underside of my pass side seat. I can't mess with it while driving but I pretty much stay on one frequency.

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Here in Florida we use Ham Radio as a backup public safety service (2-Meter Band) during hurricane season. Also, the ham radio networks can be used to transmit information in and out of disaster areas, as well as just for fun.
If you are interested, the technician class license does not require being skilled in Morse code. I have found most hams to be generous of their time and supportive when it comes to helping others to get into the hobby. If you would like to try it out, look for a ham radio club in your area or go to the website of the American Radio Relay League.....KF4sign (Warren)

I'm still interested in participating. I started using "Dropbox.com" to host my pictures, but I think I might have better results if I switch to "Photobucket" . I have not been able to use the "secure" setting. Has anyone tried Dropbox and been able to get it to work here securely?
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this thread sucks now.....we are supposed to post a picture we took that day, and post it.....now its gone.....now its way off track.


Has anyone been keeping up with Curiosity?

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I don't think it sucks.. We all take photos that are random each day. If we spend a few threads to talk about what was taken, it makes it more interesting.

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this thread sucks now.....we are supposed to post a picture we took that day, and post it.....now its gone.....now its way off track.


Has anyone been keeping up with Curiosity?
I removed the picture of your guns because you double posted the picture here and in the Guns thread. I moved Blade Runner's 9 mm to the Guns thread because there's already a thread for guns and I'd rather not see this thread turn into another guns thread since there's already a thread full of them.

It's not that I don't like firearms, its just that there's already a thread for that and if you want to snap pictures of your prized pistol, rifle, shotgun, etc. and post it for everyone to see please put it in that thread. That's all I'm asking.

I apologize for not making that clear at the onset however, as the thread developed it became clear that this thread was starting to fill with firearms so I made the appropriate changes and made my request yesterday morning in post #54.

Thanks for your understanding.

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Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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See a list of my real mods and pictures of my car HERE. The true performance of my car was made possible by the Carolinas Crew Chief, RobertP at Rob's Tire & Auto.

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how is it?
The battery is on the charger ATM..


I bought this because..I was working on a project the other day..

Laying on my back..I had to use a Hack Saw blade by hand to cut through some steel pipes..Which took about 2 hours..

My Sawzall was too big and awkward to fit in the space I was working with..

As well as the pipes being too thick and close together for a Pipe Cutter to work...


Often time I find myself working in tight spaces..This Saw pivots to fold up for those cramped working spaces..

After the Batteries charge up..I'll keep you posted on how well it works, battery life, etc..







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Also posted in a different thread but this is one of the pics I took yesterday

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My drive into the 'burgh (Gotham City) yesterday.




Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. Fusion® Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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See a list of my real mods and pictures of my car HERE. The true performance of my car was made possible by the Carolinas Crew Chief, RobertP at Rob's Tire & Auto.

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Nice pics Ron , Pa is a beautiful state IMO . Always loved flying in to Pittsburgh we about always came in over downtown.
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This banana spider A.K.A. the zipper spider for the unique zipper they weave into their webs moved in behind my house a few days ago and I snapped this pic of him.

That looks awfully close to a spider we have around these parts called "Wasp Spider"
There used to be one outside by the basement window but its gone now lol, so i got this off google. Same exact spider tho.

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Ford wasn't kidding when they made these tamper proof!

Red locktite + threaded brass inserts + plastic MAF housing = Pissed off Matt.

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Which screws are those?

Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. Fusion® Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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I'm guessing the two screws that hold the MAF sensor in the housing?

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Tamper proof torx screws that I tampered with

Yeah they're for the MAF housing. The brass thread inserts started spinning when I was loosening the screws which left me little choice but to drill them out.

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Ford wasn't kidding when they made these tamper proof!

Red locktite + threaded brass inserts + plastic MAF housing = Pissed off Matt.
I did the same thing even though I used a dremel to turn the tamper proof heads into a flat head screwdriver head. I dont even remember how I got the screws out but I did and the brass insert came out too. I just replaced the tamper screws with regular screws.

Yes very annoying when a tiny screw into plastic wants to challenge you like that.

Spinning pies like wheels.

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Now with new ball joints...again
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I have this problem of buying things that I know I will never need, Like these tapes.

I only got them because they said Ford on them

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I have this problem of buying things that I know I will never need, Like these tapes.

I only got them because they said Ford on them

I used to have one of those but I have no idea where its at.

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I only got them because they said Ford on them
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I used to have one of those but I have no idea where its at.
I have one still shrink wrapped that came with my dads 1989 F-150 when he bought it brand new in June of 1989.

You ever look up the track listings on those? They have crap like Eye of the Tiger, Oh Sherrie, and the theme song from the Cosby Show.




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I did the same thing even though I used a dremel to turn the tamper proof heads into a flat head screwdriver head. I dont even remember how I got the screws out but I did and the brass insert came out too. I just replaced the tamper screws with regular screws.

Yes very annoying when a tiny screw into plastic wants to challenge you like that.
I did that with my stock MAF when I swapped in a 97 sensor element without the proper tamper proof bits. Worked pretty good. In this case though, there was no saving it, it just spun and spun on both of them. Only way out was drilling them out and pulling the remaining stud/insert out with a vice.

I'm going to get standard allen screws, as well some beefier thread inserts at the hardware store this weekend. I'll probably coat the outsides of the inserts with JB weld too to further ensure this won't happen ever again.

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Those Ford tapes are interesting finds, I never knew things like that existed. Terrible music LOL.

I reinserted the brass with jb weld as well. I managed to get the screw and insert apart with 2 vice grips I think.

My sensor had red loc tite too, so lemme guess you have to HEAT it up LOL if you wanna get it apart? At least it will never be this hard again to pull the sensor.

Spinning pies like wheels.

DD driving my 20 year old project

Now with new ball joints...again
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My drive into the 'burgh (Gotham City) yesterday.
You should drive through the Fort Pitt Tunnels at night. The effect is 100 times better when you exit the tunnel and see all of downtown and the North Shore lit up.


Speaking of that, I took these photos of Pittsburgh not too long ago:






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