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post #11 of 41 Old 05-02-2018, 08:28 AM
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that thing looks crazy good for what you paid for it
i have brand new in the package black obs bumper i got for the bronco i was restoring
well most of the packaging the cardboard went to chit but the plastic is still on it
i was going to get a brush guard from my guy for 300 bucks and do up the front end and i like the black and white look...which i guess should be aparent from my own truck
but the bronco sold before i got it anywhere near done. I couldnt get into the floor space with my back to swap out the steering column. got the new one and all that but just couldnt manage to manipulate my self in such a way i could swap the damn thing so i put it up for cheap and some kid came and looked at it and gave me full asking before he even knew i had the parts to fix it once he saw the police interceptor 5.0 in it. he about wet him self when i handed off all the new parts to make it perfect
anyways got the bumper if you ever want it. I paid 300 bucks for the damn thing but if you need it i would let it go for somewhere between cheap and shipping
closer to shipping
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Wait WTF, that white truck has F150 badges
No love for the spark plug truck? Your name is Sparky, WTF?

I'll tell you what, I'm glad I had that little F150 around when I got my soot maker stuck. She worked hard but got the job done!

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No love for the spark plug truck? Your name is Sparky, WTF?

I'll tell you what, I'm glad I had that little F150 around when I got my soot maker stuck. She worked hard but got the job done!
I keep my F150 for winter use, my trucks don't need to be in the Ohio salt.
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I keep my F150 for winter use, my trucks don't need to be in the Ohio salt.
Ziebart, it works. Needs to be redone annually
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Ziebart, it works. Needs to be redone annually
Yeah I know but if I can avoid the salt altogether that works too. They put that chit down so heavy every winter it gets in my spring from the runoff, it gets so bad I have to get filtered water to drink in the winter.
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They put that chit down so heavy every winter
I heard that, .5" of snow 1" of salt!

With my black vehicles I get that seasonal 2 tone that fades from white to black....
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I heard that, .5" of snow 1" of salt!

With my black vehicles I get that seasonal 2 tone that fades from white to black....
LMAO, just noticed you're in Ohio too, yeah you know then.

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i would say if it is getting into the ground water...
yohu might be able to sue the chit out of em and get that slowed down at very least if not stopped.
sand works as well as salt for the most part and contaminating the ground water can be serious long term
aI am certain some psychotic tree huggin lawyer would about froth at the mouth if you told them that
of course you know how much i like tree hugging lawyers or any lawyers
anyways if it is really causing issues for you that might almost be worth it
around here they take ground water very seriously
of course they also take global warming and any idiotic socialist program out there seriously too
but salt in the water will acumulate and cause issues with your farm i would think
just something to think about
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Yeah I know but if I can avoid the salt altogether that works too. They put that chit down so heavy every winter it gets in my spring from the runoff, it gets so bad I have to get filtered water to drink in the winter.
Okay Sparky you my friend just SOLD me on being a Californian. There aint no salt except on margarita glasses, my well water is always water and my vehicles outlast me.

Well unless I kill them on my own. I aint BUDGING Thanks to that shlt you people live with. Now I need to hatch a plan to get around 30 million to Ham Scray out of my new found love for my state.........

Here in California Cal Trans throws down sand when its snowing and below freezing. The small roads up to my cabin they only do them if someones feeling frisky. I have run through 2' of snow almost a mile to my place more times then I like. Also why my wife wont go up there in the winter months, thank god for kids. But salt is a BIG no no here and its illegal to use.

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i would say if it is getting into the ground water...
yohu might be able to sue the chit out of em and get that slowed down at very least if not stopped.
sand works as well as salt for the most part and contaminating the ground water can be serious long term
aI am certain some psychotic tree huggin lawyer would about froth at the mouth if you told them that
of course you know how much i like tree hugging lawyers or any lawyers
anyways if it is really causing issues for you that might almost be worth it
around here they take ground water very seriously
of course they also take global warming and any idiotic socialist program out there seriously too
but salt in the water will acumulate and cause issues with your farm i would think
just something to think about
My spring is downhill about 200' lower than the road. My new well is 160' and is just clean water. That's why we had it drilled, the spring has been getting worse every winter, not to mention it tends to dry up around August. The salt plays hell with fixtures and appliances.

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Okay Sparky you my friend just SOLD me on being a Californian. There aint no salt except on margarita glasses, my well water is always water and my vehicles outlast me.

Well unless I kill them on my own. I aint BUDGING Thanks to that shlt you people live with. Now I need to hatch a plan to get around 30 million to Ham Scray out of my new found love for my state.........

Here in California Cal Trans throws down sand when its snowing and below freezing. The small roads up to my cabin they only do them if someones feeling frisky. I have run through 2' of snow almost a mile to my place more times then I like. Also why my wife wont go up there in the winter months, thank god for kids. But salt is a BIG no no here and its illegal to use.
I don't know, unless the "big one" takes out LA, San Franfreakshow, and Sacramento all at the same time, you'll still have your communist majority.
But Tennessee is looking better all the time here.
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