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It's still February in the upper midwest... you'll have that from time to time... nice part is, only a few more weeks, and it has no real choice but to warm up. Had it been like this in January for any length of time, I would grumble more, but over all, I can't complain for how the winter has gone.
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
cant complain about the winter, it has been damn nice this year, i even had the harley out several times, even driving up to greenbay hasnt been bad this year. If i gotta put up with a week of cold weather to get to spring , well i will take it.
Iowa chapter member
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if it is in english, Thank a Soldier !
Currently truckless and Laid Off!
but i am happy!
installed headers on my truck sat and it was a nice comfortable 50 degrees in the shop
lol, must be nice...i had every intention saturday to install new tailgate straps, fix my rear defroster, and change the oil on my bronco...i just couldn't make it across the back yard to the garage to start-up the heater...call me lazy, lol
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