Bit the Bullet

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Rancherous, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. ForistellFord

    ForistellFord In Maximum Overdrive GOLD MEMBER

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    That's not nice. He could have probably gotten some nice floor mats if he did. Or mat.
     
  2. TestDummy

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    I wasn't trying to be mean. It's the truth. I know a guy in Oakland who would probably buy this site.
     
  3. handy_andy_cv64

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    No, but all the other forums I've been on have been snagged. We here sit as the lonely voice in the Wilderness. *cue howling coyotes*
    I'm not sure when my current 'Silver' membership is up, but I'll see if I can work a payment and an extra donation by the beginning of October. Remember, the Eagle doesn't s#!t much, but it does s#!t regularly.
     
  4. TestDummy

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    Says who?
     
  5. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    Oil change when due will help to save the injectors and I always changed my fuel filters at 15K. Mine was a 6.0.
     
  6. Dan the ranchero man

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    Nice ride! have come a long way since I owned my 2000 F-250 with the Triton V 10 and a 5 spd stick.
     
  7. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    That's all we need is is for this place to be rewired.
     
  8. colnago

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    I bought a used Excursion with the 6.0. Overall, it was a great truck, but about once a month, the engine would act like it wasn't getting any fuel. That would last for about 30 seconds, then it would be gone. I sold it before I had any major issues, but if I were to get another Excursion, it would have the 7.3.

    Joseph
     
  9. handy_andy_cv64

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    Well as long as my paltry SSI payments end up in my bank account every month, I do.
     
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  11. handy_andy_cv64

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  12. Rancherous

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    Dan that was about 15 minutes from me its been all over our news. She most likely drove 90 or so miles with him back there.
     
  13. handy_andy_cv64

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    The gal's lucky he didn't sit up in rigor mortis, end up looking at him in her rearview!
     
  14. TestDummy

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    You have a vivid imagination, buddy. Weekend at Bernie's!!!!
     
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  15. handy_andy_cv64

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    Actually, I thought of my junior high shop teacher, he told us about his dad who was an officer aboard USS Chicago, during the Battle of Ironbottom Sound, just off Guadalcanal in '42. After that terrible battle, ships rushed in to pick up survivors as well as the injured and dead from ships still afloat. He said his dad was assisting with getting bodies bagged and down to ship's freezers for transport to Pearl Harbor, and this sailor comes running up to him, all out of breath, and tells the officer that someone in the freezer was alive! So they go down, and there's a body in a body bag, sitting bolt upright. Turns out, as the sailor walked by, rigor set in, causing the body to sit up and take a deep breath, scaring the crap out of the sailor!
     

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