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post #11 of 13 Old 07-12-2017, 04:59 AM
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Yours and do as you will, and of course one has to have priorities.....................most of the stuff I rebuild was never intended to be done so with. They train you to junk the parts and even more so while servicing vehicles as a line of work, it sells far more parts. The conventional wisdom. I'm just saying that if an individual wanted to, he can pay himself far more recouping parts like that than he will likely ever get paid in the real world, the bosses value no one that much other than themselves.

I am one of the ones who because I know enough they don't want to pay for it has found it virtually impossible to get a job after 50 years old. So how I get back now at the system that set that in place, I was already doing a lot of it anyway and just redoubled my efforts to make sure I pay for nothing I do not positively need and that amount of money saved there, well, I can't put numbers to it, it being so high. I seem to be able to rebuild or fix some 90% of things without having to buy them new again. The more they intend and make it so I cannot fix the more I decide I'm going to and VERY rare not to be able to.

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If you have the time to do that, more power to you. Cheers
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post #13 of 13 Old 07-12-2017, 02:57 PM
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I picked one up from the salvage yard for $50. It still has the same likelihood of failing as the original but I'll take my chances rather than shell out for a new one.
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