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...you open the hood and stand by the steer tires to cool off in the breeze made by the engine fan pulling air through the radiator. :blink:

Got to where I had to unload today, and the lazy phucker before me had plugged up the line and just left it....so without an empty hopper to work from, it's a much more difficult task to unclog the line. :angry: Took almost an hour in the heat of the afternoon with the sun bearing down....black asphalt beneath me.....kiln turning over my head. :wacko:

Just out of curiosity, I pulled the thermometer out of the truck and placed it in a shady spot near where I was working....only took a couple minutes to max out :o

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No telling how hot it really was.... :pat:

When approaching a 4-way stop, the vehicle with the biggest tires has the right of way!
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doc put me on bp med. this spring the side effect is can't take the heat, i turn brite red @ can't breath, if there is any body around they freek, want to call paremedics, i just get in the shade for a few and im okay for about anouther 10 min. or so.

dont know what would happen if i got that hot??????

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I saw the forecast for yer area in the paper...103 tomorrow in St Louis. Seems we up here are in the meteorlogical hemerroid I.e. the 'ring of fire' and are due 3-5 inches of rain and low 90s for temps.

It's always a comfy 66-68 in my truck. Can't stand no a/c in a vehicle. As I type this my windows are fogged up due to the 99% humidity working at night.

Rowdy, I'll assume you're pulling a pneumatic tank...back when I did that someone showed me a way to 'back flush' and unplug a hose...can't remember how though because I successfully drank away that part of my memory due to the immense hatred I had for the tanker dooty.

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It's always a comfy 66-68 in my truck. Can't stand no a/c in a vehicle. As I type this my windows are fogged up due to the 99% humidity working at night.

I'm about the same way. Drove for years without a/c, but couldn't do it now. Used to haul wood chips to Covington,Va. in a '74 Transtar IH with no a/c and would get off of I-64 and get on rt. 60 and pull off at a big wide spot and get in the Cowpasture river to cool off.

I just figured i've gotten old and soft. Told Jeff once if the a/c quits the motor might as well be "blowed up sir", because I cain't drive it.

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