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Old 05-23-2007, 03:48 PM
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"W" drives a SuperDuty!

Looks like a V10 gas though. He's been getting some grief over not wearing a seatbelt...
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Old 05-23-2007, 04:29 PM
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It either a V10 or an early 99. Not sure which Maybe we could get W on the ORG
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I dont know about Texas, but in Oklahoma you dont have to were them if you have a farm tag. And he prob has a farm tag so the media can get bent.
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My early 99 had the badges on the doors.

I wish they would get off the seat belt thing. I think some laws are fine, but the seat belt law crosses the line. I feel it's an invasion of my privacy in my car, just like tinted window laws.
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Old 05-23-2007, 05:50 PM
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He drives it around on his ranch in Crawford. He's on his own property, so he doesn't have to wear a seatbelt.

Plus, he's the freakin' prez He has immunity from anything other then a felony. Get bent, press :drive:
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:10 PM
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D*mn right. Must of been one helluva slow news day
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:11 PM
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I know there is a big debate about seat belts, but I suggest wearing them, I'm alive because of using them when a car hit my semi head on causing it to roll over. I did have some minor injuries and injured my knee, BUT I was still able to control the truck after the crash. Had I not had it on, I would have went through the windshield and possibly been killed. FYI, that semi only had a lap belt in it.
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It kinda looked like he was just cruisin on his farm to me(Democratic media commies:laser: ). I feel on the public roads you need to wear your seatbelt. I always do.

As a 15 yr. firefighter I can tell you my totally nonscientific poll results are if you roll your truck, without your belt you aren't strong enough to hold yourself in. You WILL be ejected. With your belt on, your chances are DRASTICALLY better to stay put.

In closing, I think you should be able to make your own decisions. Americans are completely over-regulated........(public service announcement officially over).
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:37 PM
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It is hard to tell with the fender emblem, The gas and PSD emblems looked almost identical. All of the early '99's I've been around had em on the fenders.
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Oh yea, what's up with no Powerstroke? :nono:
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