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Old 09-09-2012, 08:54 PM
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Fall Get-Together Is This Saturday

Just a reminder, the fall GTG is this coming Saturday, the 15th, starting at 1:00 PM. Y'all come!
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Thanks for hosting again, Gary! It was nice to meet so many new faces. I'm horrible with names and cant even remember who all was there. It was nice meeting ya'll and seeing the familar faces. Did ya'll get the exhaust installed on yer dad's truck? It was really cool to be able to sign that traveling FTE club banner too.
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Old 09-15-2012, 10:50 PM
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Dang- sorry I missed it!

Changing jobs soon so I should have a little more free time to make it to these events.
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Old 09-15-2012, 11:35 PM
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Thanks for hosting again, Gary! It was nice to meet so many new faces. I'm horrible with names and cant even remember who all was there. It was nice meeting ya'll and seeing the familar faces. Did ya'll get the exhaust installed on yer dad's truck? It was really cool to be able to sign that traveling FTE club banner too.
Ron - Glad you made it! No, we didn't quite get it on, but almost. The problem was that we couldn't get the exhaust pipes off the manifolds because the nut hit the tranny. I'm going to have to loosen the exhaust manifold to get the tranny back in order to get the nut off. In any event, Jason got everything except the flange on the exhaust pipes welded fully, and it is tacked.
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I wasn't feeling very well when I got up, and *almost* didn't go. Glad I did. Was nice to meet some new people, and see a few others that I haven't seen since the last G-T-G.
Thanks for hosting these Gary. Although, they seem more like work days sometimes..... LOL.

It sure felt good to get the 74 out on the highway again. Been a long time since it has seen more than 5-10 miles at a time.
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I wasn't feeling very well when I got up, and *almost* didn't go. Glad I did. Was nice to meet some new people, and see a few others that I haven't seen since the last G-T-G.
Thanks for hosting these Gary. Although, they seem more like work days sometimes..... LOL.

It sure felt good to get the 74 out on the highway again. Been a long time since it has seen more than 5-10 miles at a time.
I'm sure glad you came, RW. I don't think it was a GTG but a WTG - work to-gather.
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