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Old 07-06-2014, 05:14 AM
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Howdy fellas, i am relocating from Texas to sterling hights michigan sunday just wanted to pop it and get to know some fellas from here.
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Welcome to Michigan!

There are a pretty good group of guys here. Many of the chapter members are in your area. Pat (just another truck) lives where your moving to.

Join in on the bs thread and be sure to send over your request to join g

Just getting ready to start another GTG thread. Last fall we took a weekend and went to a campground up north. looking to do the same.

Welcome aboard, grab a beer (or whatever wets your whistle) and join in the fun
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Welcome to Michigan!

There are a pretty good group of guys here. Many of the chapter members are in your area. Pat (just another truck) lives where your moving to.

Join in on the bs thread and be sure to send over your request to join g

Just getting ready to start another GTG thread. Last fall we took a weekend and went to a campground up north. looking to do the same.

Welcome aboard, grab a beer (or whatever wets your whistle) and join in the fun
Thanks for the warm invite toyman. Its going to be a little rough adjusting but ill be fine
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More than welcome!

It's always good to get new people twisted into our ways. Lol

Rest assured there is plenty of abuse going on, and we have a pretty good network of friends and always a great time when we get together.
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2005 F250 Superduty crew cab, 6.0L, 4" turbo back, XPD egr delete,AFE stage 2, HPOP, headgaskets, studs, SCT tuner, scan gauge II, blue spring, zoo-dad mod, FICM.
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More than welcome!

It's always good to get new people twisted into our ways. Lol

Rest assured there is plenty of abuse going on, and we have a pretty good network of friends and always a great time when we get together.
You can take the boy out the country but not the country outthe boy. Im from hay pastures and cow pastures, south texas
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My other half's sister lives on the north side of Dallas.

Made it to the second bar already today. Should be a really nice day
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Welcome to Michigan!

There are a pretty good group of guys here. Many of the chapter members are in your area. Pat (just another truck) lives where your moving to.

Join in on the bs thread and be sure to send over your request to join g

Just getting ready to start another GTG thread. Last fall we took a weekend and went to a campground up north. looking to do the same.

Welcome aboard, grab a beer (or whatever wets your whistle) and join in the fun
I'm pretty sure that campground is south, not even close to "North".
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That's true Torr!! They don't get up towards you. I try to get up here.

Welcome to our little group you will quickly get accustomed to how thirsty we are and how similar we will be to what you are used to.
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I am going to try and get my
Horse out next weekend. He needs to stretch his legs again
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What do you have? Mines a 4 year old Mustang Thoroughbred Stud
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Yeah you did its gorgeous. In about a month ill be looking for a clunker a 1973 to 1985 pick up doesnt have to run so please let me know if you come across anything
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That's true Torr!! They don't get up towards you. I try to get up here.

Welcome to our little group you will quickly get accustomed to how thirsty we are and how similar we will be to what you are used to.

Thanks, I know it goes unsaid but theres stereo stypes with both of our "life styles" im hoping we can actually educate each other
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Thanks, I know it goes unsaid but theres stereo stypes with both of our "life styles" im hoping we can actually educate each other

Welcome. as stated there is a lot of chatting in here, especially from toyman, and Elwood........educating might be a long shot, but it will be very interesting to read.
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Welcome. as stated there is a lot of chatting in here, especially from toyman, and Elwood........educating might be a long shot, but it will be very interesting to read.

Rotfl, I guess we will find out. I appreciate the warm welcome fellas.
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