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Old 05-25-2011, 11:05 AM
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Yep....ANYTIME I need help on the truck, he helps...Even if he just came off his 12hr shift...SO yeah, I owe him...
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I think we all owe parents alot. My dad taught me everything i know about anything with whees and a motor
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Yep....I recently bought my dad a new chainsaw, and a set of boots....He nearly lost it...He's like that....Simply gets up, and goes to work, comes in, eats supper, and goes to bed.....

Only thing he ever asks for is his oil changes....
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Old 05-25-2011, 11:32 AM
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Yep....I recently bought my dad a new chainsaw, and a set of boots....He nearly lost it...He's like that....Simply gets up, and goes to work, comes in, eats supper, and goes to bed.....

Only thing he ever asks for is his oil changes....
SOunds like you got yourself a good pops right there!
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SOunds like you got yourself a good pops right there!
Yup....NEVER complains....Except when food isn't ready when he comes in.....And I can totally see that.....And trust me, its like a 1 in a 100 chance of that...
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Picked up an '88 F250 2wd back in Feb. for $550. Straight body, little high mileage, but I drive it about 2 miles round trip to work and back. VERY pleased with the price I got on it.
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Old 07-01-2011, 11:17 PM
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Old 07-02-2011, 12:04 AM
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Truck pornnnn!!!!!!!!!!!

Beautiful truck jason!
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2WD here too...4.9L L6 4-spd. Somebody put 31's on it before I got it though, like the stance
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94 F-150 4.9L L6 2WD I bought from another military member for 2K about a month ago and loving every minute of it
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ever notice how when it snows, there's 4wd trucks stuck....but the 2wd trucks are always puttin around.

I think drivin a 2wd truck teaches you how to drive in snow situations and what not. People rely too much on there 4wd

What do you think?
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ever notice how when it snows, there's 4wd trucks stuck....but the 2wd trucks are always puttin around.

I think drivin a 2wd truck teaches you how to drive in snow situations and what not. People rely too much on there 4wd

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Agreed. I've been driving my Grand Marquis every winter for the past five years, and up until last month, she only had an open differential. I've had to drive 50 miles to work through 6" or more of snow and am yet to be caught stuck...I don't know how many people I've passed driving 4WD or AWD because they don't know how to drive off of pavement (ie: sudden braking; so slow they become an obstacle) or they're just stuck...
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ever notice how when it snows, there's 4wd trucks stuck....but the 2wd trucks are always puttin around.

I think drivin a 2wd truck teaches you how to drive in snow situations and what not. People rely too much on there 4wd

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um.nope.can't say as if me,or my ****** strap ever noticed that one.
from time to time iv got to pull out a younger feller (more times than not,with a truck that belongs to their pops) with a 4wd too though.
next time you see a 4wd stuck in the ditch,take a look at the driver.you'll see what i mean.
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um.nope.can't say as if me,or my ****** strap ever noticed that one.
from time to time iv got to pull out a younger feller (more times than not,with a truck that belongs to their pops) with a 4wd too though.
next time you see a 4wd stuck in the ditch,take a look at the driver.you'll see what i mean.
I definitely have to say that's true. You can have the most tricked out truck but have the most novice driver who doesn't know what the heck to do with it and just has it for looks, and you can have a veteran take a old basic stock truck and do things the novice can't in his tricked out 4x4
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