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Old 05-25-2008, 11:51 AM
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...Just a Few Things I Love About My PSD

Eversince I've gotten into diesels, I've always wanted a Ford diesel pickup. When the DI PSDs came out, I REALLY wanted a diesel pickup. Now that I finally own one, I've realized how many more things I love about owning a PSD, & just wanted to share a few things with everybody that I love most about being a PSD owner: 1. Every morning @ 5:30a.m., in the very, very, VERY, quiet section of town I live in...everyone around my house hates me(man, you gotta love remote starters!) 2. If you back into a spot crooked & accidently take up another one, who the hell is gonna do anything about it!? 3. Being on a 2-lane main road on the passing side when everyone is stuck on the slow side, you let the traffic in front of you get ahead a little bit, & then spray the slow lane with chimney(& once again, everyone hates you!) 4. Pulling to the side of someone sitting in their car in a parking lot(this works especially when they're on the phone!) & just let 'er idle. 5. If a little p.o.s import with a fart can is tailgating you, & you jack your brakes up on him, you have a little paint scratch, & he/she has a $1200 bodyshop bill(plus whatever you decide to whack them for!) 6. Pulling up to one of those gas stations where they put the diesel pumps with the gas pumps while it's real busy, & take up 2 gas pumps to use the diesel pump!(& yes, everyone hates you!) & finally-7. Just the fact that to most people, you are driving one of the most annoying vehicles in the world! I hear people whine: "It's too big!", "That black smoke is killing my lungs!", "It's too loud!", "Waa-waa!". Ah, yes, I am undoubtedly a VERY HAPPY PSD owner! Thanks for listening, guys!
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:00 PM
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amen to everyone of those points.
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:12 PM
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only problem I see is with # 2..there is alot someone could do if they were mad enough..

key it hit it with a bat..if they happen to run into you it would be your fault too for being over the line.
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:12 PM
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Old 05-25-2008, 04:12 PM
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I exercise rule 6 alot.
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Old 05-25-2008, 04:18 PM
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I like number 5 but the way I do it is I let the truck down shift then hamer down on her and cover there hole car in black smoke they usually don't tail gate after that one
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Old 05-25-2008, 04:29 PM
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#4 i use alot i really enjoy doing that one
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Number 5 is a criminal act. I wouldnt tell anyone about that.
Number 2 says you havent yet reached the age where you learn you are not invincible yet.
Number 3 says : You just might become a victim of road rage....
Number 1,4 and 6 : Its quite possible that youre doing this stuff to the loved ones of fellow Powerstrokers...again,its not something I would announce.
Number 7...This has nothing to do with why a drive a powerstroke..
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Old 05-26-2008, 01:03 AM
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Rule #8

Your sitting at a red light listening to the wonderful idle of your engine in your glorified lazyboy recliner overlooking the road as you are its king and overlord, when out of no where this obnoxious rattling noised and a low deep rumbling from some sound system that is worth more than the POS honda toyota nissan or anything with a 4 cyl engine and a oversized exhaust, comes up next to you at the lights.

The guy looks over at you and laughs while his air headed blonde girl friend laughs with him, because you yes you drive a big slow dumb truck. but little does he and she know, that under the hood of that big slow dumb truck is a engine that generates huge amounts of power and won't break a sweat and has more technology built in it than most Porches.

Light turns green and he guns it and you put the loud petal down and pass him like nothing. and the next light turns red and you come to the light, gangster boy does not look at you and his "girl" is leaning out the window with her number on a piece of paper and gives you the "call me" sign.
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So you call her up and spend the next evening taking it easy on your super technology laden Porch lol.



Sorry I couldn't resist. You set 'em up, I'll kick 'em through!
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