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12-05-2017 08:53 PM
SparkyF250 Put 8 new glow plugs and a new controller in it today. This thing is so much easier to work on than my powerstrokes. You don't have to take a bunch of stuff off just to find the engine. Started pretty good when I was done, better test will be later this week when it gets down in the teens.
12-31-2016 02:30 PM
h0trod
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I must agree, although I may have given one or two (or more) to my sons. But my oldest boy got me a Kimber Micro 9 for my birthday. It's supposed to be a surprise but I made him a deal. He needed new tires for his truck and I needed a new Kimber
What I really need now is a bigger safe
passing them down to the kids is allowed lol, but even without serial numbers all you gotta do is "here you go"
what rifle?
I lost all of those in the fukushima tsunami!
12-31-2016 02:04 PM
SparkyF250
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getting rid of firearms should be a revoke of your man card
outfit them, grease them, burry them, done.
I wont buy a complete semi auto rifle no more.
bolt action, on the other hand.....
I must agree, although I may have given one or two (or more) to my sons. But my oldest boy got me a Kimber Micro 9 for my birthday. It's supposed to be a surprise but I made him a deal. He needed new tires for his truck and I needed a new Kimber
What I really need now is a bigger safe
12-31-2016 09:55 AM
h0trod getting rid of firearms should be a revoke of your man card
outfit them, grease them, burry them, done.
I wont buy a complete semi auto rifle no more.
bolt action, on the other hand.....
12-31-2016 09:29 AM
SparkyF250
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oah contrair!
we can still get some cool stuff shipped here unmachined
Maybe but if you need a special state form to change hands after it's built, then you know it's the same as registration.
And if it's unmachined it's just a piece of metal
12-31-2016 01:41 AM
h0trod
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You're in the wrong state if you need that to sell/trade/buy a firearm
oah contrair!
we can still get some cool stuff shipped here unmachined
12-30-2016 08:41 PM
SparkyF250
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had an issue with my FA10 yesterday, am I in the correct spot? LOL
You're in the wrong state if you need that to sell/trade/buy a firearm
12-30-2016 05:55 PM
h0trod had an issue with my FA10 yesterday, am I in the correct spot? LOL
12-27-2016 07:29 PM
Rattlesnake18 Shhh... don't tell the others that you are talking about guns and trucks in the same section. Although, I think y'all have the perfect hiding spot here in the IDI section.
12-27-2016 04:56 PM
JustinOOO9 perfect first rig!

my first was a grey 77 2wd Toyota with lime green exterior. paid $325 and put a clutch in it. My Dads friend still drives that sob lol... I do remember getting into 4x4s after that though. there is only so much studded tires and some firewood in the back can do for a 2wd in the winter.

I'll try to find pictures but I doubt they exist, I wasn't the proudest owner but she got me to school every single time.
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