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Old 02-10-2014, 01:18 AM
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Hey guys, new to the Arkansas chapter, I am a soldier in the army, I am currently deployed stationed out of fort Polk Louisiana, my grandparents however have lived near searcy ar ever since I was a baby, and i went to linn tech for autobody and mechanics before the army, I used to spend 3-5 months a year with grandparents down there so I figured id stop by n say hello.

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I got a 86 f150 xl 4x4 SC LB Tuesday she goes to get her stacks, mbs punched out racing cats, flowmaster outlaws, and headman shorty headers and the 6 inch lift put on her. She currently has brand new 35x12.50r15 bf Goodrich alt terrain tires brand new with less than a mile on them, brand new Weston nerf bar steps, a brush guard, and a bored over 30 302 5.0l under the hood. If yall would like pics I'll send you by build thread so you guys can look at her. Thanks
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When your not serving (thank you by the way)...where do you call home?
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Thanks for your service, welcome to the zoo.
You don't know how glad I was to see another gas burner join the group. Most of these guys run diesels and I think all that smoke goes to their brains.

Southern Mo, huh? I'm closer to there than I am to Little Rock. Cool.
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Well, Missouri is where I was born and raised, my grandparents live around searcy/little rock area, and I spent ALOT of time down there lol.
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And yea absolutely I had acouple diesels and always build em up to much
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Also here is my build thread so far

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/12...lle-build.html
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You don't know how glad I was to see another gas burner join the group. Most of these guys run diesels and I think all that smoke goes to their brains.
Aw come on Walley, you know you want one...especially one of those 6.4L high maintenance diesel motors.
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Hmm, lessee, 2 Jeep Wranglers, a '61 F100, a '54 Chevy panel truck, a 29' motorhome and 3 Harleys.
Yeah, I need something else to work on...like I need another hernia operation.
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Hmm, lessee, 2 Jeep Wranglers, a '61 F100, a '54 Chevy panel truck, a 29' motorhome and 3 Harleys.
Speaking as an owner of a 6.0L...if you trade all three of the hogs for a 6.0L your oil leakage will be reduced by 25% (approximately).
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Speaking as an owner of a 6.0L...if you trade all three of the hogs for a 6.0L your oil leakage will be reduced by 25% (approximately).
Let me think a second...I'll pass.
Besides, the worst leak I've got on any of the vehicles at this minute is a tranny leak on the F-100.
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