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Winter is coming - Did you change the air in your tires?

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I'm about to change tires, thinking about getting either bf goodrich ko2 or hankook dynapro atm, in 265/70/17

BF is made in US supposedly maybe by Michelin 

Decisions decisions, I love shopping for this kind of stuff :kick:

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8 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Time to change the air in your tires from Summer air to Winter air for optimal performance. :whistle:

I just added a few drops of freshener to mine. :cheers:

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9 hours ago, dave110 said:

I flushed my coolant out and put anti freeze in. Also put winter freon in so it blows hot out of the cold vents.

 

I could of saved you some money... Turn the fan belt around so the compressor spins backwards and it will blow hot air. :whistle:

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2 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

I could of saved you some money... Turn the fan belt around so the compressor spins backwards and it will blow hot air. :whistle:

But that would turn my anti freeze back into coolant again. :ahhh:

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Yeap... You got yesterday's Idaho morning. It was a mere 19*F in New Meadows, ID when I got up in the morning and check the highway camera. Ugh. Like you should get a warmer morning we started at 33 today. 

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We've been seeing 20's each morning, with 20°F being our lowest so far for the season. Still getting into the mid-upper 60's.

 

Our house is typically ~10°F colder than the airport, which is less than 10 miles away. 

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I just hope it stays cold in the morning,   

 

Bambi is scheduled to meet his maker in the next 7 days same goes for bambi's bigger cousin elki

 

AKA it is hunting season and I need cool weather to push the animals into the area where we hunt.

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I just got back last week from our trip, little earlier this year, and it's amazing what 10 days does for average temps. It was cool enough to keep the meat, but the nightly lows were not as low as we usually see. 

 

This was all up at 6-9K feet. 

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We are hunting a new area so we dont really know what to expect, but cooler weather at night really helps get the herd moving back and forth between high and low.   

 

 

please be late rutt.:pray:

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2 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Well heck then get the engine started in reverse and you can rewind that whole mess and the odometer too. :whistle:

Can't. My 4" BHAF won't fit on my 5" exhaust. On second thought I could stuff my old K&N in the pipe to help lube the ole muffler bearing.

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10 minutes ago, Me78569 said:

We are hunting a new area so we dont really know what to expect, but cooler weather at night really helps get the herd moving back and forth between high and low.   

 

 

please be late rutt.:pray:

I'm not sure what unit you're going to but I've been up chasing elk around 38 and 29 with my 14 year old cousin on his first hunt. We had elk from 9-11k.

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28 minutes ago, Me78569 said:

Bambi is scheduled to meet his maker in the next 7 days same goes for bambi's bigger cousin elki

Back from 10 days of fishing in the Sierra Nevada mountains and this is what was in the campgrounds, the twins. This is at 7100' and night time lows of 26°-33°F. 

 

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Grab a beer and sit on my porch. I'm sure you can find something. Take a ride on ATV behind the house I'm sure you can find something. Heck everyone always gets excited watching the elk across the road from my place and drooling. Joe Albertson as in the grocery store owner has a place across from me. Personally, I'm not the hunting nut. 

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