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Vegas Teacher

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    Las Vegas
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    Camping, Hiking, Cooking, Fishing and Hunting

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  1. Come on buy you and Dave can stop in together and we can have a beverage while we clean!!!! 😉 Later, Cory O
  2. 10 - 4 on that! Your truck looks nicer than mine so yours would be fun to shine up.
  3. Hey Trimster You were so right, the buffer I got, see my new post, is awesome. I think my truck was rode hard and put away wet without any TLC along the way for the first 950,000 miles of its life. It took me 3 hours to do 1 small section from washing up to the spray on Nexgen, ceramic polish. However that back, lower, passenger side fairing looks awesome. I couldn't get a really deep scratch out completely but it looks a lot better. I will hit it each time I detail it from now on. Later, Cory O
  4. I wanted to bring a little of my Italian heritage to my truck!! I got this for $30.00 from Raney's Truck Parts. Later, Cory O - Vegas Teacher
  5. Hello All!!! O.K. I got my random orbital buffer from Amazon. It was the SPTA model: Buffer Polisher, SPTA 5-Inch 125mm Dual Action Random Orbital Car Polisher,Car Detailing Kit, 4Pcs 5inch & 4Pcs 6Inch Polishing Pad,Packing Bag for Car Polishing and Waxing-DAPSET-US I used the Clay bar and 3 step Mothers Compound, Polish and Wax and finished with Nexgen Ceramic Spray. In between each step I wiped with a microfiber cloth. Well I did one fairing, passenger side lower rear panel. I washed it off first and started with the clay bar. This panel had many deep scratches in it
  6. I ordered the ceramic wax too. How much elbow grease went into the ceramic stuff? I made it up to St. George a couple of weeks back but did not make it any further north on 15, thought of you in Salt Lake. Later, Cory O
  7. I get the same thing every time I go over to the inlaws to start mine too. I throw the battery switch and it sits for about 2 weeks between starts. I don't know what is wrong. I was wondering if I had a bad fuel pump or if fuel took a while to get back to the cylinders after sitting dorman? Later, Cory O
  8. I was told Yes Dear would always work but did you know if you say it sarcastically it, does not work at all?
  9. Copy & update, after I sat through a crown on the lower left side of my face today, I got home to find my buffer on the front porch. I will let you know how it went. Later Cory Ossana
  10. I think I might look into the little Giant, probably a lot cheaper then scaffold.
  11. Thanks, I think I can visualize what you are saying much better than what I had.
  12. I should be getting my buffer today, I can't wait to see the job it does.
  13. Thanks a million! It got me see away from being inside and visiting with in laws about boring stuff.
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