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Old 10-23-2013, 04:53 PM
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No bacon here just tenderized knuckles, heavy duty mechanic by trade but now spend most of the time overlooking the shop and diagnosing electronics. Id love to retire into a fly shop job someday. Cheers

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Construction equipment rentals and sales.
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Me, 35 years as a construction rental equipment company tech- field service and shop- manlifts, scissor lifts, forklifts- counterbalanced and rough terrain, compressors, generators, excavators, front end loaders. Anything that has nuts and bolts.
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Im a railroad conductor/engineer..... Also do National Guard which aint much bacon bringing home after i travel 6 hrs to get there.......

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I've spent the last 23 years working in the industrial rubber and hose industry. splicing conveyor belts, punch pressing assorted gaskets & parts. slitting rubber and closed cell sponge into strips. hand cutting speciatl gaskets out of various materials from non-asbestos to expanded ptfe. other than that little as possible... except fishing !
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