So I think we're all agreed Saturday the 3rd at Big Daddy's Drive In (1138 Auburn Way S, Auburn, WA 98002) around 2-2:30 until we're sick of seeing each other. Some peeps are showing up a little late so come by when you get time. There's a park right beside it so there should be plenty of parking. Lets see some old rigs, new rigs, or what ever will get you there. Hoping this latest storm fades away like usual.
Hey ya'll sorry I missed the last few posts in the other thread. My internet was being stupid the last couple of days. I couldn't get the cleaners to come out any earlier and they said they'd be at the house sometime between 12-2; don't you love it when they give you a "window" for when they'll show. If they get done quick enough I'll do my best to get up there.
I picked up an axle for my rig last night so I think I'll leave it on the trailer and bring it by (the axle not the rig). It's a big SOB.
How long you guys think you'll be hangin out? Hope to see ya'll there.
Last edited by greenwoodford; 01-03-2009 at 10:55 AM.
Alright...depending on how long it takes them to clean the carpets I'll do my best to get up there. The wife wants to go get a Sam's club membership up there in Auburn too so we'll be going up today for that too.
Thanks for showing up guys it was great to finally meet some of you. We gotta get a better turnout next time though and maybe some better weather so our feet don't freeze. I hunting down the slippers now.
Marty didn't unplug anything. Those are relays for the lights in the grill--Lit up a car who had flashed me heading up Sumner-Tapps highway.
Yes, normal smoking. Check out the NHRDA website and you can see how much us diesels really do smoke. I was taking it easy. My truck is just one of the lower hp trucks with just over 300hp and 599lbs.tq, but my best time on the track is 15.34 1/4 mile.
Actually he did on the top of your intake right in the middle. He may have plugged it back in but check just to be sure, a light probably would have come on any way. Yea never could get used to all the smoke went to school to be a diesel mech for a year and a half at lake washington voc tech worked mostly on tractors and the POS chevy converted Badly Diesel. they didn't have all these fancy ones then it was rare to see a nice Cumins in a small truck. Had to quit as my back wouldn't take it anymore (too many MX wipeouts in my teens.
Very Nice Rig though!