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 on: Today at 03:30:43 PM 
Started by coolidge - Last post by NaturallyAspirated
I think the best option is to remove any statues and put them in museums  instead of the public square. 

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 on: Today at 12:31:51 PM 
Started by slimjim - Last post by mlappin
With 600hp under the hood donít think Iíd ever see a need for viagra in the future.

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 on: Today at 08:20:32 AM 
Started by slimjim - Last post by slimjim
He has some 600 HP Cats in the fleet and even they struggle with those beams on the hills of 88

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 on: Today at 07:11:09 AM 
Started by morfem - Last post by mlappin
So wonder how much more they will tighten em up after 2020? The 2020 standards are not impossible to meet as several manufacturers already have stoves that meet em. Makes me wonder if the feds just arenít trying to ban em altogether in a backhanded way not so much for saving the environment, but because itís impossible to tax the firewood somebody cuts on their own property so it cuts into revenue generation, also hard to get somebody thats pretty independent hooked on the government teat.

Unless you have a sales tax exempt form on hand, one of the hay auctions in the area is starting to add sales tax to firewood sales as Indiana requires it now as firewood is a ďfuelĒ.

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 on: Today at 06:49:19 AM 
Started by slimjim - Last post by mlappin
Thats what always struck me as weird about the older Macs, a straight 5 or 6 speed in em, Mack engines myst be real torque monsters or the truck itself is a real dog when fully loaded. Always looking out for a deal to build another grain truck. Have one with a DT466 and a straight 7 speed, that one doesnít do too bad, the old truck has a 3208 and a 13 speed. I prefer the International semi tractor with a 9 speed, canít remember which Cat it has but itís more than torquey enough, have gone across the scales at cargo with 92,000 gross.

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 on: Today at 05:56:30 AM 
Started by Joks79 - Last post by slimjim
Get yourself a snake like is used for pulling wire, break off a piece that is long enough to reach through the hole, leave the hook on it, put one end in your cordless drill and the other in the hole, if needed, a small piece of copper tubing can be slid over the snake and you can hold it with your hand to stabilize it. The hook will bounce around in the hole and break the creosote free, once it is broken up it burns easily.

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 on: Today at 05:51:07 AM 
Started by slimjim - Last post by slimjim
He moves bridge beams, this one went to the I-81 and I-88 interchange area, it is 130 feet long and weighs 65000 pounds for those of you that know I-88, I bet you can understand how tired my right arm got shifting that old Mack, long slow ride from Maine but it was fun!

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 on: Today at 05:47:56 AM 
Started by Joks79 - Last post by blmike
OK i am listening .

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 on: Today at 04:49:50 AM 
Started by morfem - Last post by slimjim
Yup, those companies are sitting pretty for right now but I know of at least one that has had several issues and I believe they will have more in the future,as you know I'm not satisfied that they handled those issues honestly. I'm thinking that I wouldn't bet the farm on them!

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 on: August 17, 2017, 10:53:34 PM 
Started by mlappin - Last post by mlappin
Yep, read up on that last night. Never had an issue with it before. Got ahold of the guys that run cubeupload and they were surprised as well.

Itís something on their end, has to be. Iíve never had an issue with pictures from any of our iPhones or iPad not loading correctly. Have shared pictures from Google, Photobucket, Flickr, and Facebook and cube upload was the first time.

The rotation issue was with older phones, Iíve never paid attention to which way I held it when taking photos wit the iPhone 5 and up.

Gave imgur a shot, okay I guess but weird size issues, either picture was so big you couldnít see it from all the scrolling or the ďbig squareĒ was still too small.

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