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Old 09-26-2011, 07:06 AM
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Bump.
Mods -- What are the chances of getting this made into a sticky?
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Nate, I will put this in the Tech sticky for you. At least that way it's somewhere.. LOL
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Dave is MIA, and Cookie sticks mostly to the SD forum.



No Idea why TJC isn't listening to us, he's posted in other posts while this is going on.
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:16 AM
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It really makes no difference to me whether it gets made into a sticky or not, I'm not looking to have my name made into something. That's just not me. I just thought it would simplify things a bit given the number of times it seems this issue comes up.
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No Idea why TJC isn't listening to us, he's posted in other posts while this is going on.

because i have been working 25 hour days and just scanning the threads when i got a few spare minutes, cause you guys are good about not causing me any grief..

i took tonight off because i am getting burned out.
consider it stuck.
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because i have been working 25 hour days and just scanning the threads when i got a few spare minutes, cause you guys are good about not causing me any grief..

i took tonight off because i am getting burned out.
consider it stuck.
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Yessir, Thanks Tom. I have to admit, I like the somewhat hands-off approach to moderation on this site. We all (for the most part) mind our manners and you guys are fairly well content to let us run. Some of those other sites have some of the most oppressive mods around. Seems like they're on some kind of power trip or something. Glad this place isn't like that. That is the reason I'm here and not there (among other reasons).
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i wish my other forum was 1/2 as good as this one is.

i really think those guys purposely try to bait me with the things they do
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i wish my other forum was 1/2 as good as this one is.

i really think those guys purposely try to bait me with the things they do
They watch me like a hawk, cause i'm such a "bad egg."
heh.

I sent you a message about that though so you knew what was up.

We just kinda got our own rules in here and everyone follows them.

most of us are older guys, so our give a damn has long been busted, so we just have fun.
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They watch me like a hawk, cause i'm such a "bad egg."
heh.

I sent you a message about that though so you knew what was up..
oh don't worry yourself about that, i was warned about you way in advance to getting your PM.
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anybody on here had their truck "custom tuned? on a dyno? if so where and who and results???
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There are plenty of guys here with "custom" tunes, but not as many that have actually had their rigs "live" tuned by the tuners.

Neal has though and here is a really good read with the results:
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...-page-3-a.html

I think Travis (strokin'_tatsch) is running TW live tunes as well, and hit truck runs really well. The problem for us here in the Midwest is that there aren't any of the heavy hitters in 7.3 tuning around here. BTW, I see you're right down the road from me in Jeromesville.
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