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Yeah I'm up in Okoboji, and it was a cool -5 F this morning on the way to work... couldn't really see much as the inside of the wind shield was frosted and I didn't have time to warm the car up, just bundle up and go. It just makes the drive a little more interesting.
Since I fried my hand, I haven't been going out, because the cuff would ride right where I burned it... Got plenty I need to be doing, but isn't happening until it heals enough I don't have to worry about getting it infected. After being out in it enough, you get conditioned to it... Doesn't mean we have to like it though. I guess I got used to the South Dakota winters...
the workhorse:86 F250 4x4 6.9 Diesel 4-spd, 4.10 axles
the other workhorse 92 F350 2wd crew cab,3.55 rear axle, 92 6bt Cummins, NV4500
the project: 78 F150 4x4 shortbed 351 auto Iowa Chapter leader, ASE certified parts specialist
Come on down and join us in the Iowa chapter, or your own local chapter!! Thanks, Roger
gotta say for never seeing cold like this b4 my old ford fires up like nothing on even the coldest few mornings we have had .better yet i dont even have to use the choke .kinda odd it seems to idle better after a minute of running in 5 below than it did in the summer .why do you think that is rob?
so many chevies, so little time
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