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Old 09-16-2013, 09:33 PM   #13661
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That ain't no pickup that's a yuppie Cadillac!
Now DON'T YOU START INSULTING CADILLACS! Yo adopted momma's got 2 of them.
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Old 09-16-2013, 09:36 PM   #13662
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Progress is slow by myself.
Added 6 more sheets after these were takin.
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Why you keep waggin that forked tongue? We all know for a fact that Ms. Amy is doing the roof and you are only taking pictures when you wake up from your naps.
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I hope I can get it done before the rainy fall windy weather rolls around.
Building is 100' long but I fear I'll only get 60' of both sides done.
That is a good size building!
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Windjammer back from the dealer. Sits about 2" higher than it used to, with roughly 3" of clearance between the top of the tires and the top of the wheel housing. Seems to pull a little better, too, but that may be my imagination. At least it didn't do any damage to the tires or to the plastic liner at the top of the wheel well, as I've seen happened to others on this forum.

So we're good to go to Texas the end of this week.
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Windjammer back from the dealer. Sits about 2" higher than it used to, with roughly 3" of clearance between the top of the tires and the top of the wheel housing. Seems to pull a little better, too, but that may be my imagination. At least it didn't do any damage to the tires or to the plastic liner at the top of the wheel well, as I've seen happened to others on this forum.

So we're good to go to Texas the end of this week.
Glad you got it fixed. Have a safe and fun trip.
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Glad you got it fixed. Have a safe and fun trip.
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Windjammer back from the dealer. Sits about 2" higher than it used to, with roughly 3" of clearance between the top of the tires and the top of the wheel housing. Seems to pull a little better, too, but that may be my imagination. At least it didn't do any damage to the tires or to the plastic liner at the top of the wheel well, as I've seen happened to others on this forum.

So we're good to go to Texas the end of this week.
Where is your Texas destination?

Have a safe trip - the 100 degree + temps are fading away so hope you can take advantage of that.
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That is a good size building!
40'x 100'
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Windjammer back from the dealer. Sits about 2" higher than it used to, with roughly 3" of clearance between the top of the tires and the top of the wheel housing. Seems to pull a little better, too, but that may be my imagination. At least it didn't do any damage to the tires or to the plastic liner at the top of the wheel well, as I've seen happened to others on this forum.

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