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Old 11-30-2006, 10:09 PM
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It's gonna get COLD people, are we ready?

I think my truck is. It has a fifty fifty mix in the radiator and it doesn't leak...

How about you?

I hear it may hit 25 before all this is over, and this is early in the season.
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Its 28 at my house now. My van just tested to 30 below & my truck & car are better than that so I'm not worried. I sealed some air leaks on the house last wk so I think I'll be ok this winter. I hate cold weather. The women wear too many clothes LOL
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I hate cold weather. The women wear too many clothes LOL

I agree with ya Lariat..............
All my things are good to go also. Dont forget your outside water hoses as well.
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I've hear you can let the outside taps be on just enough so they drip, and that brings heat out from the house to them so they don't go "SPANG!" in the night...


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