Here it is the end of Feb. And we get our FIRST truly plowable storm, A
whole 4 inches! (shut up Denny) and I don't have a plow. Going to have to
get one of my friends over here.
I tried to move the Charger out of the garage just for the hell of it. Who
but DC would make a 425HP car without ls, posi or something. The traction
control works to a point but...
Thanks, your always trying to help a friend.<G>
Sold my 04 2500 4X4 earl Dec. and have been real lucky so far. I sold the
truck at the right time, now the 4X4 market is on it's ass around here.
There are pick ups with plows for sale everywhere.
My Dodge van isn't doing very well. I had the carb rebuilt. The
fellow wasn't sure if he had the right choke pull off. Well, I'm
sure he does not. I have a tiny depression in my driveway, where
the tires set. The truck spins instead of moving. And the choke
never quite wants to open.
I threw down some more gravel, that might help. Got to put on a
hand choke kit some day. Someone else had one, the bracket is
still there next to t he steering column. Those chokes on dodge
vans are just about useless. And the weight is too far forward.
Not much traction in winter.
Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
Screw you! It is 150 feet long, I ain't shoveling that with two good arms. A
friend came by with his new toy, a small JD with a snow blower on it. Pretty
impressive piece of equipment.
It is a pia, some guy's have used slicls and tore up the axles. I understand
the rear end is Benz also the transmission. No aftermarket rear for them
yet, I guess cause there aren't enough of them being made. So ya gotta
get'em on the roll. What else, no mds on them either.
Yeah, I shoveled 4 to 5 inches of "it's only going to rain" myself. With all
the computers and satalites you would think they could get it right. But it
could be worse, they could call for "partly cloudy." Ya have to get out ther
backhoe to shovel that.
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