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It's only 11* here at the moment.
Too early for this stuff.
 
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yup...8* here with a "feels like" -2 on the report. It is just way too soon for this kind of crap.
 
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51* and rained all night, fall has arrived that is for sure in northeast GA... Makes me glad I have a garage to work in.
 
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51* and rained all night, fall has arrived that is for sure in northeast GA... Makes me glad I have a garage to work in.
Yes, a garge/shop is a lifesaver in these climates. I have mine set up with a bullet heater that gets turned on 30 minutes before I do any work in winter. Doing ball joints and front end work this past week was bearable with that and good lighting.
 
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All of this winter talk reminds me of when I re-sealed my oil cooler a couple of years ago and that's when I found out where my block heater cord plug was at. I contemplated getting a new element since I was pulling everything apart and the truck was 13 years old at the time. When I pulled the cooler off, the heater element looked brand new.

My truck was a local truck which is one of the reasons I was interested in it. The original owner bought and used the truck here in the area and I'm the second owner. I've never plugged the truck in so there's a good chance the block heater has never been used on my truck.
 
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All of this winter talk reminds me of when I re-sealed my oil cooler a couple of years ago and that's when I found out where my block heater cord plug was at. I contemplated getting a new element since I was pulling everything apart and the truck was 13 years old at the time. When I pulled the cooler off the heater element looked brand new.

My truck was a local truck which is one of the reasons I was interested in it. The original owner bought and used the truck here in the area and I'm the second owner. I've never plugged the truck in so there's a good chance the block heater has never been used on my truck.
I plugged mine in a few times when I lived out in East County, but that was probably less than the digits on 1 hand.

20 here on my homestead this morning. My truck sits outside and mostly doesn't get plugged in, thankfully because I'm home office'd. If we do look like we'll be getting a good amount of snow I pull my truck into my shop/barn. I'm thinking my cord needs to be replaced and my element is fine, it ohms out good.

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Busy weekend ahead. Horse auction tomorrow, we'll see if I have to come home and get the trailer. Hoping to get my bushings put in. Then keep tearing down my wifes car to see if I can find the problem.
 
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Zach, horse auction? You gonna buy something nice for the holidays?
 
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Zach, horse auction? You gonna buy something nice for the holidays?
Byron, looking for 4H horse for my 13 y/o. The free horses we currently have are a little too much for her.

This the one she's eyeing.


Another mouth to feed, but at least I'm cutting down on cows....
 
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Byron, looking for 4H horse for my 13 y/o. The free horses we currently have are a little too much for her.

This the one she's eyeing.


Another mouth to feed, but at least I'm cutting down on cows....
But, but, but....cows are the real money maker!! LOL
 
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But, but, but....cows are the real money maker!! LOL
I wonder what the prime number is for operating in the black vs the red?
 
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I'm still trying to figure out who makes money on horses besides the vet and the feed company.
 
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I'm still trying to figure out who makes money on horses besides the vet and the feed company.
the farrier, the trainer, the hay supplier...
 
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the farrier, the trainer, the hay supplier...
Good answer. Farrier isn't a job I'd take, the ones I know that are my age are walking a lot worse than I am.
 

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