RAMBLING VOL.193

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by Keith Mette, Jul 5, 2020.

  1. mooseman75

    mooseman75 Well-Known Member

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    One of my turbos on my truck is going out or something. Took it in to the dealership but they can't get it in until next Monday. Until then no romping on it or pulling my taller which I need to take in to get electrical issues fixed....if it ain't one thing it's another, and another, and another.
     
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  2. prlwng

    prlwng Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Let me guess. F150 with a v6. If so probably 50 tho miles or less on it.

    If you try to buy a real F150 with a v8 they think you crazy. I told them at least not stupid. They would not sell me one. So still drive 16 year old chevy.
     

  3. lee

    lee Well-Known Member

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    doing p.c.h. had sketty,did business...SCATS...
     
  4. Mac-b

    Mac-b Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Good morning Ramblers, hope all is well with y'all or as close to being well considering the condition most of us are in. Things on the dead end road appear to be clicking along, but dats just a guess on my part because I haven't been close to it.

    One catfish video from yesterday >>>

    Wonder what kind of problem Cheap will find with this one.

    Air fried some fish filets on my new cooking machines this past evening. No complaints from the Gurls or myself.

    Weather numbers, 90/69/75 (high/low/current), humidity same as yesterday at 83%. Some wind out of the East, with clear skies.

    Skip, say something so we know you are OK, thanks.
     
  5. cheapNdisgusting

    cheapNdisgusting Old Squeezer Supporting Member

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    Somebody has to watch you. Fish are kinda slick HUH?
     
  6. Keith Mette

    Keith Mette Horse-MON

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  7. Mac-b

    Mac-b Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Most likely it was a weak grip, IJS
     
  8. cheapNdisgusting

    cheapNdisgusting Old Squeezer Supporting Member

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  9. Mac-b

    Mac-b Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Try the slide out, it's fun !
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  10. Mac-b

    Mac-b Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    The Flu of 1918 lasted two years >>> https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/1918-flu-pandemic. My Mother's later life was turned up side down when she developed Parkinson disease which affected her life for 27 years. Doctors at Baptist and others DX it as having been caused by the 1918 Spanish Flu, which had affected her brain when she was a young girl in 1918 or there after. So recovering from a Flu or Virus does not mean you are home free. Bottom line is, possibility, we could face danger from the Corona Virus for years to come.
     
  11. twaskom

    twaskom Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

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    Mac, that is an excellent example of what occurs when you chum a hole. Works just as depicted.
     
  12. twaskom

    twaskom Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

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    Mac, I was just wondering when using this method of chumming, is it still considered proper to hold back and let women and children go first?
     
  13. Keith Mette

    Keith Mette Horse-MON

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  14. Keith Mette

    Keith Mette Horse-MON

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    They called for flash floods n what not, got 0.9" was mucho needed.
     
  15. Mac-b

    Mac-b Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    To be fair, I think they should draw straws, YKWIM.

    More car humor

     
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  16. twaskom

    twaskom Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

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    Mac, that has to be a factory defect. Maybe a lemon.

    Like Keith says. "You can't teach stupid".
     
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  17. mooseman75

    mooseman75 Well-Known Member

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    Bill my truck is an F150 a 2013 with 112,000 miles on it. While waiting to get the turbos looked at i had a tie pressure fault sensor that died so it was causing a warning on my instrument panel. Stupid part cost me $85 I almost fell over in the shop. Like I said everything is piling up, one thing after another.
     
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  18. twaskom

    twaskom Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

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    Yes the tire sensors can be a real pain. And they are only good for so loge before they have to be changed out. Just another one of those things that just keeps hitting you up for money. That is todays top market. Make something that they have to buy over and over.
     
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  19. Keith Mette

    Keith Mette Horse-MON

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  20. mooseman75

    mooseman75 Well-Known Member

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    Your right Tom the guy explained they are good 2-4 year's. Ive had truck 2 years ago I guess I'm due to start replacing them
     
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