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 Posted: Tue Mar 16th, 2021 10:58 am
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He got it out sometime over night.  I got out and down the hill, but the snow was deeper than the space under my truck.  When the plow came, it took him 20 minutes to clear the street, and it is so small it only has 5 houses on it!  Plus he got stuck 4 times.  And it will be in the mid 50's by next weekend.  Get the bike out...lol

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Funny, "Sue Him" !

What happened to his truck !



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mhoward wrote:
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Snowmagedon, and I won't even get to go out in it.  My neighbor has his F-250 stuck in the middle of the street, blocking us in...
Sue him!  Or get a tractor to pull him out of the way...

Holy cow!! You're in a mood... lol



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 Posted: Tue Mar 16th, 2021 06:28 pm
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Eddie Money wrote:
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Snowmagedon, and I won't even get to go out in it.  My neighbor has his F-250 stuck in the middle of the street, blocking us in...
Sue him!  Or get a tractor to pull him out of the way...

Holy cow!! You're in a mood... lol

How dare him plug up the road with his pesky F-250!!!  The nerve!!  LMAO

I just felt bad for Ordinary Biker cause it sounded like he wanted to go out and play in the big snow! :-)



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 Posted: Wed Mar 17th, 2021 11:06 am
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Scrambler82 wrote:
Funny, "Sue Him" !

What happened to his truck !

It was down on the cross street below us.  I got to play on the hill some, but that was about it.  I could have gone in to work, but I would have been the only one there.  Although since I didn't, I am now going to have to work this weekend.  No rest for the wicked.

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Just posted the topper up on FB Marketplace and now fielding all the questions of "Will it fit my (Insert some other truck here)?" or the opening question of "How low will you go on the price?" I know it's just the nature of selling anything online but man it gets old real fast...



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@Hawk: I feel your pain, man!  Human nature dictates that: 1) they won't REALLY read the ad.  And 2) They are cheap b@st@rds and aren't willing to pay you what it's worth.



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Well the topper sold Sunday so now to check the front end for loose crap and if nothing is loose get her aligned. Then FLATTBED TIME!!!!!!!!



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Service at 140k. I had the tires rotated last week. I changed the oil, oil filter, air filter, and spark plugs. My city driving gas mileage is usually about 19 to 20 mpg. For the last 3 tanks it has been in the 15 to 16 mpg area. I put some Denso Iridium in this time. I topped off the washer fluid and added 3/4 gallon to the radiator and overflow tank. I think I added anti-freeze at 120k so I will pay more attention to it over the next 5k miles. Brake fluid and transmission fluid were the right color and levels. The next time I drive it I will top it off and add injector cleaner.



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Haven't done anything to my Ranger in over a year, due to all the home upgrade/renovation projects.  Now that the kitchen project is finished, I am planning on giving my Ranger some much needed love and attention.



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I got my upper arms and lower balls in for my latest catch.

I brought my big tool box in from storage. I brought all the drawers and then the empty box. I only put 2 drawers in so far. I missed my tools, don't need any where I work now. Hope I can find all the crap I need to do ball joints.



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I could not imagine life without my tool box!



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I am at the point that my tools no longer fit in my tool box. I have 5 panels of pegboard full of hand tools.  The 10-drawer tool chest is overflowing with specialty stuff.  I could use a new cabinet with top box.



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I view new jobs on the truck or bike as an opportunity to add to my tool collection.  I started collecting tools late as when I was a teenager, my brother had a huge snap-on collection

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I'm with you, OB.  Almost every project requires a new tool that I don't have, whether it is a truck project or something for the house.



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But I really don't have a use for the 12 point 1 & 1/4"  to 3" socket set anymore...

Or the pole climber gaffs, adjustable wrench spuds, and lineman belt.



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@TSquare: you NEVER know when that stuff will come in handy! ;-)



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mhoward wrote:
I'm with you, OB.  Almost every project requires a new tool that I don't have, whether it is a truck project or something for the house.
And this place https://www.toolzone.com/ is just down the street from work.  They have EVERYTHING.  Including things I didn't even know I needed.  Until I saw it...

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That place would induce "Kid in a candy store" syndrome in most guys on this forum! :-)



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mhoward wrote:
@TSquare: you NEVER know when that stuff will come in handy! ;-)
I would have to loose 50 to 60 pounds to get that lineman belt to fit. And I quit climbing back when one of Uncle Sam's Misguided Children knocked me off a service catwalk 30' up on a 5 meter satellite dish.



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@TSquare: you NEVER know when that stuff will come in handy! ;-)
I would have to loose 50 to 60 pounds to get that lineman belt to fit. And I quit climbing back when one of Uncle Sam's Misguided Children knocked me off a service catwalk 30' up on a 5 meter satellite dish.

Yeah, I think I see your point!  Ever think about selling said equipment and tools?  I would think someone out there would be in need of it.



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mhoward wrote:
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@TSquare: you NEVER know when that stuff will come in handy! ;-)
I would have to loose 50 to 60 pounds to get that lineman belt to fit. And I quit climbing back when one of Uncle Sam's Misguided Children knocked me off a service catwalk 30' up on a 5 meter satellite dish.

Yeah, I think I see your point!  Ever think about selling said equipment and tools?  I would think someone out there would be in need of it.

Selling tools is like selling guns.



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Okay, I get it...



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Who in their right mind sells tools?. I am always looking to buy more.  :thumbsup:



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Yeah, sorry guys.  I don't know what I was thinking when I posted about selling his stuff... :fp



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