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Old 08-31-2014, 04:00 PM
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For the 1000 time about a gas tank in a 48 truck frame

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Old 08-31-2014, 04:45 PM
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Oh boy!!

Here we go again. Its been awhile since we had the chance to have a nonsensical thread full of mindless posts about nothing. I don't know what it is, we just can't seem to help going on and on about nothing in particular. I think its the 12 year old in all of us....LOL

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Old 08-31-2014, 05:03 PM
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Oh boy!!

Here we go again. Its been awhile since we had the chance to have a nonsensical thread full of mindless posts about nothing. I don't know what it is, we just can't seem to help going on and on about nothing in particular. I think its the 12 year old in all of us....LOL

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I have no idea what you're talking about Bobby. This is a very serious forum, and I can't imagine anyone on here participating in a meaningless thread of drivel.

And it's cooled down to double digits finally today. Only 95 today. Sure wish it would rain...
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Old 08-31-2014, 05:16 PM
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Joe,

You are right. I stand humbly before you and apologize for even suggesting that people might sink to participating in drivel. As a long time member of this forum I sometimes forget that we are a serious and dedicated group of people who only try and spread the wealth of Ford Truck knowledge to those seeking our help. Those same said individuals would probably not care for reading through this mindless slop in their quest for answers.

I thank you for setting me on the right track. Oh, by the way. Its danged hot here today. Its 94 with a slight breeze. I'm inside under the AC instead of out laying under the truck installing caster shims (AH HAH!! SEE!?! SEE!?!? A truck reference....we are back on track!!!!)

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Hey all you really smart guys responding to this post,can you let me know how to cancel it???.If you would have read the post,could not cancel it,only edit it!.Please all you same great folks please chime in and help the new guy here.Please read this as it was intended and focus on the ''Cancel msg''.
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Hey Vinnie I tried calling you.I will be at the shop most of Monday if you want to P/U the Flathead and Y block Ignitors I ordered for you,they came in Friday.Tell your son his Mustang parts will be in by truck on Wed.
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Hey all you really smart guys responding to this post,can you let me know how to cancel it???.If you would have read the post,could not cancel it,only edit it!.Please all you same great folks please chime in and help the new guy here.Please read this as it was intended and focus on the ''Cancel msg''.
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I hope you understand that we really don't want you to cancel it. We're having entirely too much fun with it.

Still 80 degrees here at 9:16.
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