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  1. I just found the outlet that Randy's switch controls:
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  2. Don't forget to mark your calendars! August 18th, 2012 is the rain or shine date for our 5th Annual Truck And Equipment Show! Last year we had over 130 entries in the show...this year we are hoping to top 200!! All makes, models and years of heavy trucks are welcome! Also, classic cars, pick-ups, farm tractors, antique equipment and engines, pulling tractors, race cars, dragsters...anything and everything is welcome! We like to have something for everyone on display at this community event!! For more information and hotel info, please visit our website: http://www.wattstruckcenter.com/tru
    1 point
  3. Happy Belated birthday. Hope it was a good one!!! Tom
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  4. What is a "broucher"? Isn't that a tool to cut slots?
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  5. I thought they was preparating to take down that tall thing. That would be the result if I were running the circus.
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  6. Sounds like a cool ride got any pics?
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  7. Thanks Randy. Another pic of the pipes.
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  8. The exhaust system is completed. The only thing I am not happy with is the round hole muffler shield. When I called the parts store, the counter guy said they had a slotted shield in stock. When I got to the store, they only handle the round hole shield.
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  9. In my earliest coal mining days, (and nights), I spent a many, a many, a many, a mucho, a buncha time on ole number 2208 Euclid 120 ton belly dump coal hauler, V-12 cummins, straight stack sticking up right behind cab, long long nose hood. Top speed was bouts 45 mph, loaded or empty, power shift 6 speed trans. Used to put a big chunk of coal down stack at night, start pullling up long ramp and watch the fireworks show start over cab. I got more ass chewings over that. I always told em it musta fell out of shovel bucket and went down stack. heh heh,,,they usually didnt fall for it,,,,randyp
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