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Old 12-02-2009, 05:04 AM
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California diesel petition. Please sign.

Copied this from cummins forum. Please help get this petition off the ground and stop this B.S. about to take place in California. Its not a Dodge, Ford, Chevy thing, its a diesel thing. So please help out.

California diesel smog regulations Petition


And the original thread.

California Diesel Owners Need Your Help!!!!1 - Dodge Cummins Diesel Forum
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:42 AM
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Signed! Don't want Big Brother dictating my future upgrades! Wanting to improve MPG's and HP/Torque... if it takes making a little more smoke to do it, so be it.
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no matter how many petitions are made its still going to pass.. heck it has already passed... and here in Krapfornia all they care about right now is how to make money...
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Old 12-02-2009, 08:16 AM
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no matter how many petitions are made its still going to pass.. heck it has already passed... and here in Krapfornia all they care about right now is how to make money...
that is actually incorrect, you realize that peopel do have a say in what happens right? The bill can be over turned, so why not help?
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All I know is that my truck will fail about 10 different ways if this actually goes through and my truck doesn't have a whiff of smoke coming out it. If there is even a chance of flipping these ignorant sheep, I'm willing to try.

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Old 12-02-2009, 08:59 AM
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that is actually incorrect, you realize that peopel do have a say in what happens right? The bill can be over turned, so why not help?
i signed the petition already so lets hope for the best but... i doubt it will be overturned
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:34 AM
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that is actually incorrect, you realize that peopel do have a say in what happens right? The bill can be over turned, so why not help?
If I'm not mistaken, Al Gore won the popular vote when he ran for presidency, yet George Bush still one because of the electoral vote. I'm afraid our opinions don't matter nearly as much as we'd like.

That being said, I hope it doesn't pass, but I'm glad I have a '91. Sooner or later, it will be out of California, and will be the standard for the rest of the United States.
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Old 12-02-2009, 01:02 PM
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i signed the petition already so lets hope for the best but... i doubt it will be overturned
in that case thanks.

Will be it be over turned....I dont know. Am I going out with out a fight....hell no

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If I'm not mistaken, Al Gore won the popular vote when he ran for presidency, yet George Bush still one because of the electoral vote. I'm afraid our opinions don't matter nearly as much as we'd like.

That being said, I hope it doesn't pass, but I'm glad I have a '91. Sooner or later, it will be out of California, and will be the standard for the rest of the United States.


the problem is that it already has been passed, I have been trying for over a year to get people on board to disagree with whats going on and people just now seem to want to fight.
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All I know is that my truck will fail about 10 different ways if this actually goes through and my truck doesn't have a whiff of smoke coming out it. If there is even a chance of flipping these ignorant sheep, I'm willing to try.
How is that possible? Besides smoke, what else are they looking for and how can they justify a failing grade?
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