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How To Make Rust In Little Alchemy 2

Maria Garcia
• Sunday, 20 December, 2020
• 17 min read

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The entire assembly is angled due to the spring pocket i. If you are using a torque tube, you should estimate your desired ride height and place the axle that far below the frame.

Then find the desired engine and trans elevation, and mock them up in the frame. Then you can point the torque tube at the end of the trans and you will know the exact angle the spring perch needs to be.

A lot of these old boat seats have a cool retro look. I feel like these would clean up pretty nice and I could easily bring the backs down closer to the seats for a more cohesive look... and these have got to be more comfortable than the ever popular bare aluminum bomber seats.

Henry made the Bushings out of Rubber not plastic like today's Hot Rod parts. The rubber is the flex factor so you don't twist and bend the Shackle plates, kinda self aligning if you will.

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Have you ever noticed when finding old Ford front or rear Axles with Springs still on them that the Shackle pins are always well-worn and there is never any Bushings left in the holes? Henry made the Bushings out of Rubber not plastic like today's Hot Rod parts.

The rubber is the flex factor so you don't twist and bend the Shackle plates, kinda self aligning if you will. So I should find the right angle for sitting at rest and it will work itself out from there.

I just keep seeing boat seats with cool styling like that float by pretty cheap and got to wondering if I could use them. Went to Harbor Freight for a wire wheel or something and somehow came home with a klaxon horn.

A lot of these old boat seats have a cool retro look. I feel like these would clean up pretty nice and I could easily bring the backs down closer to the seats for a more cohesive look... and these have got to be more comfortable than the ever popular bare aluminum bomber seats.

I ended up with two seats out of a Trump try 3 Or, so I was told. I told myself I wouldn’t mind having a second, more complete project to wrench on in between finding A part... right around that time a decent little ‘62 Olds Dynamic 88 came up for $600... than $400... then $200...

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Has some rot around the trunk and needs a deep clean but the interior could be saved. I threw a battery in just for grins... all the lights came right on and that old nail head really wanted to fire up.

Only one problem... the owner died and the title evidently burned in a house fire. It was not included in the will and it is apparently unclear who actually owns the car.

Needless to say, with the title issues and behavior from the family I didn’t take the car. I did stumble across an automotive machine shop on my way back, which is doing my kingpin bushings.

After that I suppose all I need is wishbones and a drag link and I’ll be ready to install the front. I hope they file for a missing title so it doesn't get crushed.

The son sounds like a real jerk wad. Unless this person died with nothing and owing nothing, there should be someone who is recognized as the one in charge.

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You could find out who is on the title for the property, since that is public record, and see if that is being handled properly, but I'd only go down that road if we were talking about something more valuable than the time it's going to take. Sadly, it sounds like everything this person built up over a lifetime is going to be torn apart by the heirs' infighting.

There were over forty cars on the property, including a '37 Hudson Terra plane pickup (visible in the background) which was not for sale. They are fighting over absolutely everything, down to individual tools found strewn about the yard as we were walking it.

The majority of the cars are pretty much bare bones, but there were some decent, complete survivors, like the Olds I looked at and her Terra plane. I spent most of my time there shrunk away waiting for them to stop yelling at each other, so I could get a word in to ask questions about the car.

I told her (nicely) that I was still interested but not wanting to get in the middle of a feud. I think this would be a fun project and has lots to offer as far as stuff to learn goes.

It was pretty gut wrenching and not just because of the sheer number of potentially doomed cars. I think that if my family behaved like this one, I will come back and haunt them.

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It does seem to be running better overall and smoking less at idle, so other than being harder to start I guess it's an improvement. So that was my last attempt at letting the original distributor stay.

Sorry, my sarcasm detector is working about as well as my distributor this morning. I am just thinking that if I can’t find a period distributor, and a repo is going to be new metal anyway, I might as well go electronic.

You said your on a small budget, stop spending on the little things and make moves you can physically see. And you might as well use an alternator because they take less room, and you might as well use EFI because they are more efficient, and you might as well put a Mid front end on the chassis since they come with disk brakes and rack and pinion steering.

I’m back to tinkering with the motor just trying to make any kind of progress. I've learned that spending more for better parts makes the work involved far less and better project in the end.

At the end, we'll add mod X, use X::Systemize lines in to tell the compiler that the module is sharing these systems. We've tweaked a couple of use paths to make the other components happy, and then added a pair of mod (to use the file) and pub use (to share it with the rest of the project).

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Make a new folder, src/effects and place a single file in it called Now for the fun part; we need to be able to add effects from anywhere, including within a system: so passing in the World isn't available.

There's a few different ways we can affect a target, so here's several related functions: There's a lot to unwrap here, but it gives a very generic mechanism for handling effect targeting.

If you cargo run now, you can engage in melee (and not gain any benefits to doing so). Our previous version spawned bloodstains whenever we inflicted damage.

Now in effects/ add a couple of lines to expose the targeting helpers to consumers of the effects' module: It follows a pattern we've used a lot: it checks to see if the entity has a position.

If you cargo run now, and attack an innocent rodent you will see blood! We've proven that the events' system doesn't deadlock, and we've added an easy way to add bloodstains.

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You've probably noticed that when an entity takes damage, we spawn a particle. Particles are something else we can use a lot, so it makes sense to have them as an event type also.

Whenever we've applied damage so far, we've flashed an orange indicator over the victim. We might as well codify that in the damage system (and leave it open for improvement in a later chapter).

Now we'll go back to effect/ and add a mod particle; to the using list at the top. It would also be really handy to be able to attach a particle to an entity, even if it doesn't actually have much effect.

So we'll make a new system in the file inventory_system/ and move the functionality over to it. Go ahead and cargo run and switch some equipment around to make sure it still works.

The inventory_system/ file was the root cause of this cleanup, and we now have enough of a framework to make it into a reasonably small, lean system! We just need it to mark your equipment as having changed, build the appropriate Targets list, and add a usage event.

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Magic Mapping is a bit of a special case, because of the need to switch back to the user interface for an update. Just like the code in the old item usage system: it sets the run-state to MagicMapReveal and plays a log message.

Now that we've got a working system for items (it's really flexible; you can mix and match tags as you want and all the effects fire), we need to do the same for triggers. We'll start by giving them an entry point into the effects API, just like we did for items.

Removing this causes the compiler to find a few places we're inflicting damage without using the effects' system! Unfortunately, passing EntityBuilder objects (the be) around causes some lifetime issues that make the Rust compiler reject what looks like perfectly valid code.

You can cargo run the project now, lose some hit points and go to the temple for a free heal. We implemented it with no additional code, because we're sharing the effect properties from other items.

A side effect of our refactor is that you no longer get a fiery effect when you cast fireball (just damage indicators). You also don't get a pretty line when you zap with magic missile, or a marker when you confuse someone.

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This is quite simple: it plots a line between start and end, and places a particle on each tile. You can now cargo run and enjoy the effects of fireball and magic missile.

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