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Old 04-05-2009, 09:41 AM
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Early on as we got started, here are the first two trucks up on the lift and everyone getting ready to do some wrenching.


Having the lift makes all the work easier on the back. Just roll the tank into position and remove the drain bolt.


Here is Mr. Crase using the brass drift and bfh.


It is not all about wrenching, we took a break to load up on some good pizza.




It is all about helping, looking back through the pictures I did not get enough shots of where our participants were getting guidance from our mentors. These next two give you a general idea of the process.



Of course, no photo layout of a WBPP is complete without a knuckle shot.


The only adverse effect of the weather was the need to mop a bit more frequently during the day. With many hands helping out, this ended up being a very light load.


This one has special significance for Justin, Dave, Brian and me. IIRC we all had a turn at the caliper bolts.
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