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Not sure if anyone will check this forum at all, but to all you NDSU guys out there, do any of you drive a sharp mid 90s F150 super cab, nice black paint, push bar with KC Daylighters on the front and park in Lot T?
I see this truck all the time, and just wondering who it is, or if they are even on this forum, probably leave him a not with the address in the doorhandle or something if he isnt on this site.
let us know!
Audentes Fortuna Iuvat
Last edited by joshdvirnak; 02-01-2007 at 05:53 PM.
The majority of the ND DOT uses a sand salt mixture. It's not as strong as percentage wise salt as they use in MN but none the less it isn't any good for the cars. I don't know about out east but in central and western ND they will also occasionaly use magnesium chloride. It looks kinda funny since it's sprayed on as a liquid but it works considerably better than the sand/salt mixtures and it'll work at very cold temps where salt isn't effective below about 20*F.
By the way GO SOUIX!!!! Just had to rub it in a little bit, I graduated a few years ago from UND!
2003 F250 Super Duty XLT Sport 4x4 - Crew Cab Short Box - 6.8L V10 - 4.56LS - AR Slider 16x8 Rims - 75/285/R16s - "Y" pipe mod - 5-Star SCT Tuner
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