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      Google Authenticator   04/23/2017

      Mopar1973Man.Com will now start using two-factor authentication to protect users accounts. All staff, donors, and customers will be required to use the Google Authenticator which you can download for free. Just scan the QR barcode and the app will provide the lock code. If you attempt to guess the code it will lock you out of the site. So please don't guess at the code. This will only appear to users that are accessing mission critical data to the member or the site.   I also enable the question and answers. If anyone has other ideas for question please PM to me and I'll add them to the system as well. The Question and Answers work similar and you must answer the questions to gain access to a protected area.  

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Otiecllr223

Greetings from the 'Great American Desert"

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Hello to everyone. I am a Retired Eng., now a small time farmer/stockman, competative shooter/gunsmith, writer, and jack of all trades. When we moved back to the farm in '99, I got a '97 dakota which has served me well, but I always wanted a "Big Boy Truck". Well, here we go. It's a 2001 24V/auto, quad cab with 135K on it and in near showroom condition.:cool: It appears to be un-modified other than "jacked up .......but not for long. It will soon have a BHAF and clean exhaust. Seems to really like 2cycle oil to season its' diet, and is tempting me to fertilize my old "shade tree", which lost it's leaves years ago. The forum has already been a great help in extending my education and I'm looking forward to picking your brains when warmer weather hits and the real fun begins. :duh: Thanks guys, Gary Morris / otiecllr223

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greetings form the east coast and welcome. you will find alot of help here for just about anything you need to know.

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Welcome to the site and from all of us in the midwest!!!:thumb1:

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Welcome! Lots of help here and you'll find your shade tree a little adicting once you get working on your rig:thumb1:

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