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Well thanks for the vouch Dave. Joe youll have to let me know what my duties consist of. The truck show isnt real possible right now. I have the shoot Sat. A new project truck and we are planning a benefit dinner for my dad to raise money for medical equipment for him. Next shot around ill make it a point to show up.
Well I am going to attempt the ride down tomorrow.
Today went rather well, just have to watch lifting my left leg to high.
George you have no idea how tough the IDI diesel forum is, those guys are killing me.
Really they are the best bunch I could have in a forum.
Actually this was during my day job, we were building a retaining wall out of Keystone blocks.
Very nice wall when completed, but the blocks are 100 pounds each.
I had cut and placed a bunch of corner blocks Monday by hand.
The problem was the work area was not completely flat, so I must have pulled it while carrying the blocks.
It never hurt that day, but as soon as I sat down that evening things went down hill real fast.
I think I finally got some sleep about 11 AM Tuesday morning I was hurting so bad.
Yesterday went rather well, so I tried work again today, light duty though just using my head.
I feel OK now, so I am going to try the trip down to Hinton in the morning.
Just hope I can ride that far in my nice smooth riding truck.
Joe, I hope you have an award for the bigest, badest and ugliest truck at the show.
Not sure, but I should have either badest or ugliest in the bag.
I am in the process of tearing mine apart to fix accident damage and rust repair.
I had hoped it was going back together before I came down, but this was a bad week.
Oh well, I have a lot of miles on me, so does my truck.
Just don't stand in front of the coffee pot or the sugar bowl and I will be fine.
86 F250 HD 6.9 IDI ATS turbo "not exactly" stock 4x4 T19 BW1345 3.55LS both ends D60 front, 10.25" Sterling rear, ram air, dual stacks.
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