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Old 02-11-2019, 07:30 PM
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Yup, got tired of the f'n snow and cold weather. Got a better paying job, and they are paying most of the relocation. Should be moving end of the month.
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What part of Arizona?
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Cool!

You asked if they have air conditioning, right?
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If not, Mike will probably order his own fan ...ha ha..

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LOL, nice choice of fan Mike!

Hopefully the caster brakes work well.
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Well, at least it'* a dry heat I suppose, hopefully you don't dry up in to a strip of Jerky.

On a positive note, rust isn't a driver of attrition on vehicles in these parts, so things with drivetrains that last forever *cough*3800*cough* are a dime a dozen at least.
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Unfortunately, my truck will not be Arizona legal. I'll have to find a couple aftermarket cats to 'install' into the existing exhaust so it will pass emissions testing.
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Would the Walker brand work for you?
Luckily here due to less older vehicles on the road, they cancelled our emission testing/cat inspection.
What a PITA it was. They even tested the gas cap for correct pressurization.
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I guess brand doesn't really matter. 2.5" in, 2.5" out.
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