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Old 05-03-2010, 08:45 AM
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We'll folks I got to see a little of what makes the TX powerstroke crew great. Yesterday afternoon 100 miles from home I had a breakdown with my motorcycle. I made a couple calls looking for help to get a tow home, Dirk was too far away and reminded me Jason (jamrt) lived up where we were.

When I called Jason he never hesitated, stepped right up, grabbed a trailer and he and his better half headed up to get my bike and rescue my wife and I. It was an adventure but Jason never complained and he and his wife wouldnt take any money from us.

Not many people will step up in a situation where you feel helpless and make things happen. I cant say enough but I will be there to help Jason burry the body, move, paint or what ever he needs help with.

Jason your a good man,

Thanks man,
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Old 05-03-2010, 08:48 AM
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Sorry to hear you had trouble and kudos to jason
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Old 05-03-2010, 08:59 AM
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Just so you know im in Stephenville and have a bike shop... just sayin
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Just so you know im in Stephenville and have a bike shop... just sayin
Thanks Man, its a little far for Bike service but if I cant find someone up here to take better care of me it may be my only option,
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Glad to hear you got taken care of, Paul. Way to go helping out, Jason!
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glad to hear that another member really pulled through for ya
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Gotta love the folks on here. Time and time again they pull through when they are needed.
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We'll folks I got to see a little of what makes the TX powerstroke crew great. Yesterday afternoon 100 miles from home I had a breakdown with my motorcycle. I made a couple calls looking for help to get a tow home, Dirk was too far away and reminded me Jason (jamrt) lived up where we were.

When I called Jason he never hesitated, stepped right up, grabbed a trailer and he and his better half headed up to get my bike and rescue my wife and I. It was an adventure but Jason never complained and he and his wife wouldnt take any money from us.

Not many people will step up in a situation where you feel helpless and make things happen. I cant say enough but I will be there to help Jason burry the body, move, paint or what ever he needs help with.

Jason your a good man,

Thanks man,
I never noticed you posted this. You didn't have to. I was just helping a friend in need. You guys are good people. I am always to help good people. I know I have been helped by guys on here before.
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