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Yesterday 12:06 PM
Flamed99 I assume tapatalk is similar across different phones, so ill explain based on my phone. Normally im on the page with my subs and notifications, has a bell up top. If you hit the page on the far left it will bring you to your groups, find the org and click on it, then hit the page with three lines and three dots, that will give u a choice of subs or all, swipe to the all side and it will show you all the sections of the org. Scroll down and good to go. Hope that helps.

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Yesterday 11:00 AM
Originally Posted by repalmer View Post
Just go down to the 'For Sale' section and put an ad in
I believe I would, if I knew where it was. I'm using the app.

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Yesterday 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by junior125 View Post
Link doesn't work

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Just go down to the 'For Sale' section and put an ad in
Yesterday 08:45 AM
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Link doesn't work

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Yesterday 07:07 AM
6.7ferd Ah back to work today. I'm not feeling it.

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Yesterday 05:23 AM
junior125 @mbsfield18 make a for sale post here:
09-16-2019 07:54 PM
repalmer We used to go thru about 10 cord a year of wood growing up. North Central Washington. We used it for heating and cooking. It was my chore to bring in the wood. Me and my Dad would both split and stack it though. He split most of it until I got old enough to take over, then he just put the pieces on the splitting block so I didn't have to stop.

The good ole days when times were bad
09-16-2019 07:44 PM
6.7ferd I always enjoyed splitting wood. Something peaceful about it. Never much cared for stacking it neatly

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09-16-2019 07:30 PM
waggonerj Replacing the cheap spectra fuel pump ive been running for 2 years. These new tunes pull a lot of fuel and it's starting to drop pressure

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09-16-2019 07:29 PM
john galt
Originally Posted by HP MACHINE View Post
Hello gents , I need some advice on something . If I were to purchase a half dozen plastic jerry cans ( yellow diesel ) and fill them with fuel , would the fuel store for any length of time ? any additives ? cold dark storage ? Your suggestions would be appreciated .
And yes , I searched it and read a lot of great articles but I like to get my up to date info from this forum as we
all drive the same trucks ( motors ) and I trust the wide knowledge base on here .
i have a bunch of cans i fill every month so i dont have to pay give-me nuisance any extra extortion fees. i have take to dumping half a can of sea foam in and have not had any algae growth since but to be fair four months is about the longest i have kept any around but i have had algae groth inside of a month without the seafoam :dunno

Originally Posted by SparkyF250 View Post
Fill as full as possible only leave just enough air for expansion. The less air the less chance for condensation (same as your truck tank) Stabil for Diesel or a good biocide and it'll last a long time.


"What is diesel fuel algae ? There are actually different types of diesel algae, aka diesel bacteria. The most common species happily nest right in the space between water and the diesel fuel in your diesel tank. ... Diesel algae reproduce by multiplying themselves, so they can rapidly grow in number."
i think even diesel kleen helps with stopping it but again i havent kept any around for too long. i know sta bil makes a diesel treatment and i have had good luck with keeping unleaded around for over a year with sta bil so...

Originally Posted by junior125 View Post
intercooler end tank leaking?
that was my thought as well...

Originally Posted by SparkyF250 View Post
Went and picked up a new toy today, 92 Ultra Classic. Been a long time since I sold my last one, good thing it's just like riding a bike.

nice ride man

Originally Posted by waggonerj View Post
Ordered a fuel pump again.

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i have been pretty busy with the fire and trying to get fire wood ready to go man this is WAY more work than it used to be.
anyways got the splitter moving and working again but man i am not even a fifth of the way done and i have been working at this for over a week now? i used to be able to jam the shed full in a few days tops without a splitter
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