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Old 10-27-2014, 06:45 PM   #651
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Got both of the cars out today.





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Nate,

Your rides, as always- are looking great!
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I had to change a EGR cooler on a 6.0 IHC/Ford at work today. Super fun :(
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Screw that!^^

I'm in the process of swapping out the fuel lines on a Chevy 7500. The ones that connect to both fuel tanks and feed the main lines. Ya know, the ones that straddle the frame, hide in the frame cross member and are rigid steel lines? I'm contemplating asking if we can cut the box u-bolts and move the 23ft box back a foot.
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I'm in the process of swapping out the fuel lines on a Chevy 7500. The ones that connect to both fuel tanks and feed the main lines. Ya know, the ones that straddle the frame, hide in the frame cross member and are rigid steel lines? I'm contemplating asking if we can cut the box u-bolts and move the 23ft box back a foot.
Yeah that sounds about as fun as a prostate exam
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I think I'd rather endure a prostate exam then do the fuel lines again.
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Who the heck designs this stuff and intentionally places it so you can't repair it easily anyways?

Nice weather & rides there Nate! They look great on the grass too!
We got 10 inches of rain in the last week I think. Mega rainstorms one after the other.
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Mom and dad came down for a visit this weekend. Guess who did a 4 wheel brake job on their Lesabre?
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I'm in the process of swapping out the fuel lines on a Chevy 7500. The ones that connect to both fuel tanks and feed the main lines. Ya know, the ones that straddle the frame, hide in the frame cross member and are rigid steel lines? I'm contemplating asking if we can cut the box u-bolts and move the 23ft box back a foot.
Too bad you can't use copper-nickle lines to replace. So much easier to work with and they do not corrode. I imagine Mercedes Trucks in Germany use copper-nickle lines.
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I went to fill up my yukon today and some jerk off stole my gas cap!


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