Why bother giving a dang what your neighbor thinks? He has no right to
tell you what you can and can't do.
Very true indeed. Trashed neighborhoods that have a "I can do anything
I want" attitude are horrible and often go down the tubes. Come visit
south Phoenix, Guadalupe, or parts of Glendale, AZ and you'll see what I
mean. People have total disregard for their neighbors and the area
shows the consequences of that attitude.
So lets get this straight.... the cable guy comes home in the company truck,
but nothing is said. The Electric company tech comes home in the compay
vehicle, and nothing is said. (Dad did it for years, nobody said a thing).
But the second the "company vehicle" is a Kenworth, its a problem?? I could
see it if the guy dragged all manner of trailers into a residential district
(operation) or if he allowed it to idle for long periods of time (operation)
or if he made excessive noise at inappropriate times (operation), but the
mere presence is what is against code. Thats bullshit.
Again, the PRESENCE of a Kenworth isn't the problem, its the operation of
said vehicle that is the problem. In this scenario, if it were a gun, we'd
agree that the mere presence of a gun is not a problem. How that gun is used
IS the problem.
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When you have the time, consider a fuel pressure gauge. Some '03s had
issues with the lift pump on the back of the fuel filter housing going out
and supplying 0psi to the expensive pump. The expensive pump soon dies
leaving you on the side of the road. Consider upgrading your fuel pump with
a Walbro. Loads of info from DTR and you can purchase their Glacier Kit if
you are so inclined. I was, and did.
('03 HO QC 6sp 4wd LB, leaving in the morning with my first wife and an
Arctic Fox 24-5N for a week of R&R)
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