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Old 05-19-2015, 10:31 PM   #3941
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Got the motor out of the TV. Getting a 7.3 out is a real bitch! Started on the upgrades tonight.

What exactly can you do to that motor to improve it, also what truck are you putting it in? I like the new 6.7 but curious what you do


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Old 05-19-2015, 11:03 PM   #3942
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I too would like to get the shoes out of the doorway. I have showed her a hook rack that mounts to the wall would be ideal to hang the shoes on, nope.

I ought to do it anyway. To heck with her.

Yea, I'm gonna do it!

I think.
This is where we keep our shoes! Youroo!!
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Old 05-20-2015, 12:04 AM   #3943
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What exactly can you do to that motor to improve it, also what truck are you putting it in? I like the new 6.7 but curious what you do


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Old 05-20-2015, 04:19 PM   #3944
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This is where we keep our shoes! Youroo!!
Yea, we actually have a little plastic shoe rack we put outside for our Crocs when we go to the shower house. But when we take our tennis shoes off, we want to keep them inside to keep critters out and to stay dry. Just the 2 of us(most of the time) but since we take them off at the door, it gets to be a little much.

I'll figure something out. She won't be happy anyway. But I'll be!
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Old 05-20-2015, 07:06 PM   #3945
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On our way home from MN, while driving south on I-35 through IA, we drove through approx 15 mi of single lane marked off with orange cones which were placed off the center line on our side of the road -- not straight, but staggered. It required some serious negotiating and we ended up straddling the rumble strip and shoulder. The vehicle ahead of us hit two cones which flew back and struck the generator door bending the exhaust pipe about 20-degrees. The second cone messed up the trim on the generator door molding. Arghhh!!
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Roof got a second cleaning and sealed, awning cleaned,trailer and truck washed , 3 racks of ribs in the smoker one will get froze after cooking for camping next week. I try to pre cook them and pork for pulled pork so less work while camping. Will put on grill when camping to warm and apply sauce then.
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Roof got a second cleaning and sealed, awning cleaned,trailer and truck washed , 3 racks of ribs in the smoker one will get froze after cooking for camping next week. I try to pre cook them and pork for pulled pork so less work while camping. Will put on grill when camping to warm and apply sauce then.
And oh where might the be staying next week and what site?
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