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12-14-2019 09:40 PM
john galt
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Originally Posted by jokester00 View Post
Not my video, and not a 6.0, but still a good chuckle...my apologies for the few swear words.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TRQ...ature=youtu.be

As my buddy would say, "What in the redneck hell...?"

-jokester
oh man am i glad i watched that :hehe
ineeded a good laugh more than i even knew
only down side was trying not to wake the wife
and i wanted to hear the harley pipes after that build up
"be creative, no need to be proffessional here"

[quote=junior125;16363253]
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Originally Posted by nitrogen View Post



Don’t threaten me with a good time, its not water boarding if you’re using diesel and my moral compass isn’t that well monitored
wait... you HAVE a moral compass?
im not sure thats allowed here
12-13-2019 06:50 PM
junior125 [quote=nitrogen;16362893]
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Originally Posted by junior125 View Post
I mean I can always re delete it





An thats how guys end up getting waterboarded with used motor oil from a duramax



Off with his head ;-)


Donít threaten me with a good time, its not water boarding if youíre using diesel and my moral compass isnít that well monitored
12-13-2019 04:53 PM
G8orFord
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Originally Posted by jokester00 View Post
Not my video, and not a 6.0, but still a good chuckle...my apologies for the few swear words.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TRQ...ature=youtu.be

As my buddy would say, "What in the redneck hell...?"

-jokester
That was hilarious!
12-13-2019 01:25 PM
backhoebill
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Originally Posted by jokester00 View Post
Not my video, and not a 6.0, but still a good chuckle...my apologies for the few swear words.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TRQ...ature=youtu.be

As my buddy would say, "What in the redneck hell...?"

-jokester


Man! This had my whole family laughing out loud. We just wanted to hear it fire up!!


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12-13-2019 11:49 AM
6.7ferd Truck ran great this morning. Both batteries were charged fired her up, she didn't like the cold starting lmao. But my volts are now between 13.7-14.3 best they've ever been.
12-13-2019 08:34 AM
jokester00 Not my video, and not a 6.0, but still a good chuckle...my apologies for the few swear words.


As my buddy would say, "What in the redneck hell...?"

-jokester
12-13-2019 06:19 AM
john galt
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Originally Posted by SparkyF250 View Post
No the paramedics call em burns, I call em an inconvieniance. I was moving too fast to hold anything hot for long. One good thing, most of the stuff on the floor wasn't used that much. Worse loss so far is the machines, tools, and then on the shelves full of shop supplies the loss from water damage will add up quick.
I haven't got the freezer open yet to see if the beef was ruined. Seal melted, so when I pry it open it's not going to close again. Be a shame if hundreds of Omaha Steaks prime ribs and fillet mignons got cooked, (or even hundreds of lbs of my burger)

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now that would be a loss
sorry you have to deal with this whole thing ibet insurance would cover the omaha steaks too
sounds like you got a guy who actually takes care of the customer
thats huge in a situation like this!
12-13-2019 06:09 AM
SparkyF250
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Originally Posted by TooManyToys View Post
Sorry to read this and glad you're not too damaged.

One of the neighbors had his offspring move in and brought with him his car that had an electrical issue. The dad had him park it right next to the garage door under the eve so he could look at it in the morning. You know how that went.
I know how hot that 4 wheeler burned, a car has to be that X3
12-13-2019 05:33 AM
TooManyToys Sorry to read this and glad you're not too damaged.

One of the neighbors had his offspring move in and brought with him his car that had an electrical issue. The dad had him park it right next to the garage door under the eve so he could look at it in the morning. You know how that went.
12-13-2019 04:55 AM
SparkyF250 No the paramedics call em burns, I call em an inconvieniance. I was moving too fast to hold anything hot for long. One good thing, most of the stuff on the floor wasn't used that much. Worse loss so far is the machines, tools, and then on the shelves full of shop supplies the loss from water damage will add up quick.
I haven't got the freezer open yet to see if the beef was ruined. Seal melted, so when I pry it open it's not going to close again. Be a shame if hundreds of Omaha Steaks prime ribs and fillet mignons got cooked, (or even hundreds of lbs of my burger)

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