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post #1 of 21 Old 09-15-2013, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah yeah I know I'm likely to get the same dished out to me that I give to powerstroke fans I encounter on the road but hey wheres the fun without a little competition. Anyhow my name is Mark McDowell. I represent the Georgia Cummins Crew. I had the pleasure to meet Super Diesel at our last meet back in March. We are going to have a meet in Macon at the Bass Pro Shop on September 28th from noon until whenever. It would be awesome to meet other diesel enthusiasts. I'm sure that we can all set aside our differences for a day and get along. Even though we all know that Cummins is the best. I couldn't resist. Hope to see some powerstrokes.
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Man, your name had such good potential too... If you ever want to upgrade your truck, I'll let you in on a secret. What you need to do is, pop the hood. Remove the radiator cap. Roll truck out of the way. Bring a Ford into your work space. Replace radiator cap.

The 28th eh? I think a few of us would be able to show up. Is there a purpose to your meet, or just soot heads getting together and hanging out? Thanks for coming over and offering the invite.

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Not bad but if I had the money I'd buy an F250 king ranch edition and drop a 6.7 Cummins in it. I ain't gonna lie the king ranch edition is badass.
We have the meetings as a means to see what all is going on in the state. Whether it be different events, new performance shops opening, or just to show off your rig. Then we generally head somewhere to grab a bite to eat.
Last March we had about 20 trucks show up and had various legs meet and convoy down to Macon. All of those from north of macon met at summit and convoyed down together. Including people in Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida.
So yeah, pretty much a bunch of soot heads getting together.
Thanks to the last meet I've been able to get help when I'm in a jam from other members.
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I am always entertained to shoot the BS with a few cummins fellas.

I'll head that way on the 28th

On the comment of putting a 6.7 in the new ford.. I wouldn't pay for ANYTHING that I have to put that dang fuel additive in. That is just absurd


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Not bad but if I had the money I'd buy an F250 king ranch edition and drop a 6.7 Cummins in it. I ain't gonna lie the king ranch edition is badass.
We have the meetings as a means to see what all is going on in the state. Whether it be different events, new performance shops opening, or just to show off your rig. Then we generally head somewhere to grab a bite to eat.
Last March we had about 20 trucks show up and had various legs meet and convoy down to Macon. All of those from north of macon met at summit and convoyed down together. Including people in Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida.
So yeah, pretty much a bunch of soot heads getting together.
Thanks to the last meet I've been able to get help when I'm in a jam from other members.
Well it just so happens that Ford gave you a head start. You can get a new King Ranch with....get this....a 6.7. Good news is that you can save about $10,000 in upgrades, and STILL have all that pullin' torque with good mileage.

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Well it just so happens that Ford gave you a head start. You can get a new King Ranch with....get this....a 6.7. Good news is that you can save about $10,000 in upgrades, and STILL have all that pullin' torque with good mileage.

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We are referring to the bass pro at discover mills?


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Well it just so happens that Ford gave you a head start. You can get a new King Ranch with....get this....a 6.7. Good news is that you can save about $10,000 in upgrades, and STILL have all that pullin' torque with good mileage.
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Yeah yeah I know I'm likely to get the same dished out to me that I give to powerstroke fans I encounter on the road but hey wheres the fun without a little competition. Anyhow my name is Mark McDowell. I represent the Georgia Cummins Crew. I had the pleasure to meet Super Diesel at our last meet back in March. We are going to have a meet in Macon at the Bass Pro Shop on September 28th from noon until whenever. It would be awesome to meet other diesel enthusiasts. I'm sure that we can all set aside our differences for a day and get along. Even though we all know that Cummins is the best. I couldn't resist. Hope to see some powerstrokes.
Put in bold for you English Comprehension impaired.

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