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About nitrouskid2601

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    Fairfield IL 62837

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  1. i swear i have saw that sign before, lol
  2. Thats what i thought also, took it back today and they replaced those two lines and its good to go for now.
  3. Just PIcked The Truck Up From The Mack Dealer Friday, Took It In For A Tune Up. After I got Back To The Shop With It I Noticed Fuel On The #2 And #5 Line Where It Goes Into The Head, #2 Has A Pretty Decent leak. You Can Wipe The LIne Off And In Just A few Seconds Its Wet Again. Checked Them All And They Are Tight, Guess We Will Call The Dealer In The Morning And See What They Have To Say.
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    Fast r

    that looks like alot of fun, mabye me and rowdy rebel need to get into some truck racing. lol
  5. Check The Line That Goes From The Compressor To The Dryer, Could Have A Hole In it. The Easiest Way To Find A Leak Is To, Unhook The Line From The Compressor And Rig You Up Some Fittings And Hook Your Shop Air UP To The Line. This Way You Can Hear Everything Without The Engine Running. Works Like A Charm
  6. yep im from Fairfield, pretty much travel all over southern Illinois. I am usually either hauling cement out of Joppa every day or hauling rock out of cave in rock
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