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Old 06-09-2003, 11:49 PM
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Talking Big Hoosier hello!!!

Well gang we got our chapter! It is too cool! Now we need a moderator.

Due to my job as an over the road trucker I cannot be the moderator. We need someone who can step up to the plate and assume command

Anybody have any suggestions?

Then we need to decide what we will do as a chapter. We got a great opportunity here, hopefully great things will grow from this.

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Old 06-12-2003, 11:59 PM
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What are the duties of a moderator. Do we need one?
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Old 06-13-2003, 12:34 AM
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Hi just checkin in. Wanted to see how many "Hoosiers" were here. Later,
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HELLO,
I am in Indiana.
This Forum has been very helpful and I enjoy reading the posts.
I now have a 1991 F250 with the EOD4 sick transmission,,lol
It slams when it upshifts.
I just had a selenoid kit put in it because it was confused.
Now this.
I want to kick it in the gas!!
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I had a 1974 F150 that I drove for 24 years and gave it to my brother when I got this one.
If it had a problem I just had to park it for a day and it would heal.
And it was only sick a couple of times. It is still going strong.
I loved that truck!!
And I have no respect at all for the one I have now.
There are far too many pencil pushers with too much idle time working for Ford.
THEY INVENT PROBLEMS!!
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Old 06-29-2003, 03:15 AM
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Cathy , i have to agree the new ones have way to many relays , silonoids, and other assorted computer controls. the old trucks are easier to work on and have a lot less things to go wrong.
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