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Old 06-25-2013, 10:12 AM   #9761
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Old 06-25-2013, 10:29 AM   #9762
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Here is my newest frog...
Cute, but you better get some museum putty if you're going to leave him/her there while on the way to Goshen.
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Cute, but you better get some museum putty if you're going to leave him/her there while on the way to Goshen.
Ah he'll just lay on the bed during his ride to and from Goshen!
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Ah he'll just lay on the bed during his ride to and from Goshen!
Might make a mess.
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sounds like a real mess up in Iowa. Fortunately not nearly as much rain here. Got a bit today, because I washed my car when they said no rain this week...

If I could get my hands around the neck of the guy at Ford who designed the frame mount fuel filter...

Was working on the new to me F250 last night. Coolant flush, oil change, fuel filters. Just the normal trying to keep my powerstroke from powerchoking. Anyway - the dealer I bought it from had done the oil, but they used a napa filter that included the cap - and threw OEM cap away I guess. This was brought to my attention when I tried to remove the filter from the cap and ended up with a bunch of sharp plastic pieces around 11:00 last night.

The fuel filter is just a PITA, because the only way to access is to lay under the truck, and then try to roll out of the way when about 8-12 oz of diesel comes pouring down. 2 showers later I still smell faintly of diesel fuel which my wife does find to be an aphrodisiac.
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Old 06-25-2013, 01:38 PM   #9766
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...I still smell faintly of diesel fuel which my wife does find to be an aphrodisiac.
So what are you griping about? It was to your advantage!!!!!
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sounds like a real mess up in Iowa. Fortunately not nearly as much rain here. Got a bit today, because I washed my car when they said no rain this week...

If I could get my hands around the neck of the guy at Ford who designed the frame mount fuel filter...

Was working on the new to me F250 last night. Coolant flush, oil change, fuel filters. Just the normal trying to keep my powerstroke from powerchoking. Anyway - the dealer I bought it from had done the oil, but they used a napa filter that included the cap - and threw OEM cap away I guess. This was brought to my attention when I tried to remove the filter from the cap and ended up with a bunch of sharp plastic pieces around 11:00 last night.

The fuel filter is just a PITA, because the only way to access is to lay under the truck, and then try to roll out of the way when about 8-12 oz of diesel comes pouring down. 2 showers later I still smell faintly of diesel fuel which my wife does find to be an aphrodisiac.


Sorry to hear your choice of cologne is a real pain to get !
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So what are you griping about? It was to your advantage!!!!!
That was supposed to say "does NOT find"...
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That was supposed to say "does NOT find"...
OK - now that I can believe
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That was supposed to say "does NOT find"...
NOW you have a gripe!
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