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RE: Broken cargo door key

there is a # on the key. any locksmith, the camp or a neighbor wil have one. Ch 545,751 223 will open most baggage doors. yup, the infamous CH751 key. works on many if not the majority of pass through doors, garden tractors, sprinkler locks, and the list goes on..... I use the same one too with my sprinkler ***Link Removed***
JoshR77 02/14/21 07:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Reminiscing....Medical proceedure

Age 2 ...tonsils removed. Born with tonsillitis but they waited until I was 2 to remove them Age 8....1st foot surgery to correct 'club foot' From birth had to wear braces/had leather shoes with bar between the 2 that had angle brackets to turn feet outwards (left foot straightened out---RIGHT was not going along with the program) All the bones were broken then reset with a steel wire woven thru each bone 1 yr in casts (6 months full leg toes to hip then 6 months toes to knee) Then DOC removed that Steel Wire by cutting one side off then yanking it out the other side with pliers!!!!!! Age 9..2nd surgery to correct the 'club foot'. 1st failed shortly after removal of the last cast. Foot still turned in/under So this time they chiseled away at the talus bone and fused the talus to calcaneus. 3 months in cast and good to go Age 12 playing football in park. Got tackled and hit my right knee cap on brass sprinkler head....broke it into But didn't know it at the time...........it hurt a LOT but healed back together Wasn't until I injured knee in BOOT CAMP that I found out it had been broken X-Rays showed old fracture that Doc asked when that happened. Broken fingers/scrapes/bruises/road rash from dirt & street motorcycling Tape the fingers, bandages good to go Age 17...working oil rigs---derrick hand (lied about my age to get the job) Got right index finger caught in between 'block and end of pipe' severed the end of finger at the end of nail area. Local Veterinarian sewed it back together so I could go back to work. No work/No Pay/No Medical Coverage Age 32 right knee arthroscopic surgery to remove 'debris', repair tendon and clean up the patella Age 40 L4/L5 back surgery...ruptured disks from lifting way to much weight improperly. My own dumb fault Age 47 Gall Bladder removed......full of stones Age 65......1st Left ankle/foot fusion surgery. Degenerative disease. So 2 plates/13 screws plus chiseling between the joints to remove all cartilage Age 66......2ndLeft ankle/foot fusion surgery. 1st one failed plus other issues so the plates/screws had to be removed, more chiseling plus a 'nail' driven up thru heel/talus into the tibia and anchored in place with screws 1 Month later ----my journey into Alice In Wonderland RABBIT hole Jan 2020 thru Oct 2020 5 bowel surgeries (2 Emergency) to correct intestinal/bladder issues. 6 Foley catheters (Twice after one surgery cause one was removed early!!)....OH YEAH those are FUN FUN FUN But worst was having to have a Nasogastric (NG) Tube removed and then 2 days later getting to have it reinserted. Look that one UP--------------nothing but REAL FUN!!! While in for 2nd emergency surgery I had to have a Kidney Stint due to a stone blocking the right ureter ---that was done while under for the bowel surgery But I was FULLY Awake when they decided to remove the stint cause stone was gone. In goes he Camera/TOOL....Yank out comes the tool with stint THAT was not fun! One more Planned surgery to fully connect all of my 'plumbing' come March/April??? who knows when due to Elective Surgeries on hold!! Surgeries----oh yeah I have been thru a bunch But I have never let any of those issues slow me down, control me or change my out look on life. Still vertical, going strong and will continue until---------- :B :B :B :B So that is how they become fearless..
JoshR77 02/14/21 07:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: Nascar Follies

I watched in between while repairing my ***Link Removed*** system. Not the greatest race but was better than no race. Still not the worst
JoshR77 02/14/21 10:04am Around the Campfire
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