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  1. Now that's a little gold nugget of information
    3 points
  2. Been there, done that, the coffee's on and there's beer in the fridge if you want to vent. Mark
    2 points
  3. First thing that comes to my mind is "Chinook". If you've never heard that word before, it's a warm up in the middle of winter followed by a return of cold weather. Could be I'm just cynical of good fortune, but time and experience have taught me to be leery of things that seem to good to be true. Mark
    2 points
  4. Your always a friend here... If you just need a ear to listen to let you vent my phone is always their for you. No matter what happens you have tfriends here and we are still here to help out with anything.
    2 points
  5. Yes. It just fire protection if the alternator shorts out. Make sure your cable is up to the task too. Upgrade to heavier cable would be a bonus.
    1 point
  6. @IBMobile sorry only 1 exhaust brake and it's on my truck. @Dieselfuture sorry to hear about your situation. Hope something good works out for you.
    1 point
  7. I fitted a new PS pump last year around August If I remember correctly, always seemed a little underpowered at idle but I thought it was down to my tyres. Yesterday I delivered a mower I'd sold to a guy 40 odd miles away using a 12ft trailer, anyway missed the house so had to do a U turn at a T junction, it was a bit tight and to be fair I held the steering on full lock for too long and too hard, all of a sudden steering and brake pedal are both hard, I got straightened up checked for leaks , no leaks but steering hard at idle, delivered the mower and drove home with no steering or
    1 point
  8. The sad part is someone as a member here or members have had this kind of problem. Hence we post about it and share what is going on and create articles so we don't forget how to fix said issues. This what makes M73M different from other web forums. We work to solve puzzles and then save the solution to the said puzzle as an article. That way other members that find their selves in this issue have a much greater chance of fixing said issues.
    1 point
  9. Boise, ID will be like 63*F on Thursday... Up here in New Meadows be close to 59*F by Thursday. The part that worries me is the sudden change is weather and possible flooding might occur or mudslides.
    1 point
  10. I'm a simple guy and would like to live a simple life. My wife has always been chasing the Joneses and being jealous of someone else's possetions, which is unfortunate. I know it's a disease in our society these days, people want things without trying too hard. All these soap operas on tv along everything else on tv controls weak minded people and makes them slaves to this evil system we live in. More, more, more and if you can't provide then I guess someone else will. Not all are this way but unfortunately bigger part of population is. And somehow it's twisted around to put blame on those who
    1 point
  11. Sorry for the breakup and sorry to hear your having trouble as well diesel future. I am on my second marriage myself but have been blessed this time around. Good luck fellas, I wish you both well. Prayers......
    1 point
  12. If you want a little more easy steer, take the plunger inside the pr valve & grind the end that narrows down to where it gets straight with the rest of the plunger, about 1/8". This gives you more flow.
    1 point
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  14. Mine oe still works after almost 20 years. I am afraid to touch it.
    1 point
  15. @01cummins4everno i really haven't had a good chance to test it. I got it really cheap and got it working for about $150. This truck was my retirement vehicle. It was going to tow a camper or a boat when i retired and my family moved south. Now all those plans are gone. Since October my world has been upside down. I'm homeless living on a friends couch. I have my car, truck, clothes, guns and a dresser. Literally nothing else. I've lost everything i worked 30 years for. Hell the next post i put up might be the truck for sale. Guys never take anything for granted. Over 5 days my en
    0 points
  16. Sorry to hear that, maybe it's for the best. I also have a lot of issues with my wife, it's been a struggle to keep things going. No matter how much I give it's not enough and now I've cut her talking to her boos at work sending him pictures of her self. She said it's nothing and that I wouldn't understand but I think I do, I'm not that not2bright. Seen the painting on the wall for a while just need to decide what's best for everyone most importantly kids. I may just rough it out for now unless something big happens. Life is great, people suck.
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