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How many times have you changed the o-rings on a single 7.3's oil cooler (at what mileage intervals if more than once)?
 
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Use existing welder with cord ran from house to driveway or buy new (used) welder generator?
 
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Welder generator. No cords to run, and you have a mobile welder.

Sleep or overtime?
 
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Adrenaline, T500, or Stealth HPOP?
 
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Stealth(honeybadger wasnt on list)

Rural, suburban or urban living?
 
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Rural, suburban or urban living?
Rural, if/when I ever retire.

Beach or mountains?
 
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Pistachio almond

How heavy do you tow on a regular basis?
 
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Pistachio almond

How heavy do you tow on a regular basis?
Combined weights:
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When you go camping where do you go and why?
 
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Boondocking (dry camping) in the mountains of NC and GA. We also camp along the way when traveling out west, but that is hit and miss. We prefer to be out and away from everything, hence why we have a home in the country. Check out www.freecampsites.net for references.

Stay in Afghanistan or get out ASAP based on what you know and feel about the war?
 
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Boondocking (dry camping) in the mountains of NC and GA. We also camp along the way when traveling out west, but that is hit and miss. We prefer to be out and away from everything, hence why we have a home in the country. Check out www.freecampsites.net for references.

Stay in Afghanistan or get out ASAP based on what you know and feel about the war?
Freedom isn't Free, if Afghans want their freedom then they need to pay for our troops and Government to be there to support their efforts and train their forces. We've been there too damn long and not presenting an expectation of a certain level of competence of their troops or Government. We should raise the bar on our expectations of their efforts, Otherwise they'll just expect us to do all the dirty work while they reap the rewards. I'm tired of footing the bill, of blood and money, because "we" are afraid we'll **** someone off or hurt their feelings if we give them an ultimatum. Individual or Countries that reap the rewards of others hard work rarely respect the rewards or those that did the work! Unfortunately it's not as simple as stay or go because I'd rather bring the fight to them than have them bring it here.


If your 7.3L died would you replace it with another Ford or shop other brands?
 
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Young Frankenstein or Blazing Saddles?
 
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