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Old 04-20-2012, 05:31 AM
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Old 04-20-2012, 04:01 PM
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Hello Dan! In what parts of Michigan do you raise your beer?
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I raise my beer in all parts of Michigan... Oh, sorry. Welcome!
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Wow - apologies to everyone !

I haven't checked my PM's in forever !!!

I raise my beer in Webberville - oddly enough...former to home to my favorite brewery - which sadly went belly up due to the owner being an #%$!)&&^$

Anyhow - I'm sporting a 1997 Extended cab on a Sky RS kit, Dana 60 and 35's. 3" DP, 4" Diamond eye exhaust intoa 5" tip.

I'll probably install a Beans efuel kit over the winter as it'll be put up in the pole barn.

Come spring I'm looking at a 6 pos chip, maybe some injectors. Probably a trans upgrade is my future as well.

I live near a super great diesel mechanic if anyone needs any work done - he's also a good buddy - honest and fair.

That's about it !

Thanks !

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Old 12-11-2012, 07:55 AM
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It's always good to know a good diesel mechanic. Hopefully a beer drinking one!
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I raise my beer in Webberville - oddly enough...former to home to my favorite brewery - which sadly went belly up due to the owner being an #%$!)&&^$
you must mean MBC. i am lucky enough to be 15 minutes from downtown grand rapids... as you probably know there are more options over here for great michigan craft beer than one could handle in a weekend. super excited to visit Grand Rapids Brewing Company, which just opened the 5th of this month; the brand was re-invented and has great reviews thus far.

anywho, belated welcome. don't let these guys pressure you into drinking nascar beer.
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There are so many brew pubs up here that i have a better chance at naming all the presidents.
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There are so many brew pubs up here that i have a better chance at naming all the presidents.
haha. TC has become a beer destination in the last couple years as well.. I've yet to visit 7 monks or Right Brain's new location.
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haha. TC has become a beer destination in the last couple years as well.. I've yet to visit 7 monks or Right Brain's new location.
We have property right outside Mancelona - so when we go camping in the summer Short's is always the destination for lunch on Saturday ;D
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anywho, belated welcome. don't let these guys pressure you into drinking nascar beer.
Oh.....I've been know to knock back a PBR or 10.....

Your tolerance gets built up drinking all those craft beers....

PBR is a nice "palate cleanser"

HA ! !
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We have property right outside Mancelona - so when we go camping in the summer Short's is always the destination for lunch on Saturday ;D
nice, my family used to have a snowmobile cabin just outside of Frederic.

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PBR is a nice "palate cleanser"
more true than you know... i went to an Oktoberfest party this fall with 5 different homebrewed marzen/oktoberfest kegs (and a bonus gold-medal-winning dopplebock), along with a quarter barrel of PBR to do just that... "cleanse" your pallete in between samples and rinse your stein out.
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haha. TC has become a beer destination in the last couple years as well.. I've yet to visit 7 monks or Right Brain's new location.
Those are two of the ones I was thinking of. I also like Leftfoot Charley's for their hard cider.
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