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  1. Pull Ya

    Pull Ya U.S. MARINE VETERAN Supporting Member Military

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    Ramm5.7-those flowers are just stunning, great pictures also!!!!! Turkey-glad your horse is doing better, sounds like you knew the remedy.

    Good morning everyone-68 this morning on the way to the lower 90's. Walked the mutt this morning, or maybe visa versa, and we are now resting. Going to town to fill the truck with fuel this morning then start to figure out where the hell all this stuff is suppose to fit that someone has laid out. Mutt knows something is going on, he saw the suitcases in the bedroom this morning. Last time we left for a couple of days he laid in front of the truck and would not move, I about had to drag him into the back yard. He loves to travel and is much quieter than some other passengers. When he needs to stop and pee he scratches on the door and when he is thirsty he scratches on the cooler. Well I better get started so I hope everyone has a great day!!!!!
    Jay
     
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  2. hotrod45

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    Good Mornin'!
    We're up into the 50s and sunny after seeing 35F this morning on our first venture outside. I was wondering why I couldn't see my breath out there. I guess it's because the humidity was up, even though it was cold. Anybody have some science of that? It seemed really odd. I was pretty sure I was breathing.:D Not sure what lies in store for the rest of the day, but maybe I can get something off the list. One thing I have noticed in regard to the list is that if you wait long enough, sometimes something will reappear on the list and you can just cross it off because it's already there.o_O Just sayin'.:) Working on #3 mug of joe and biding my time until lunch. Gotta have goals. Have a fine Saturday, everybody!:Caffeine:
     
  3. Fitz-0518

    Fitz-0518 Veteran 66-68 Military

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    Those horses reflect your care. They always look good.
     
  4. huntergreen

    huntergreen Senior Member Military

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    Congrats guys !. That Pentastar engine is amazing with more than twice the hp of a 350 engine from the 1990s. My 15 wrangler with the same engine T 75000 miles hasn't missed a step. Oil changes are a breeze.
     
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  5. Rado

    Rado US NAVY VETERAN Military

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    CONGRAT's on your new RAM :) Sounds like a great deal ! I love my V6 in my Quad Cab and a average of 20/21 around IMO not bad for a Quad Cab 4x4 :) As for gas we are at the high price of $2.49 a gal regular :O
     
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  6. huntergreen

    huntergreen Senior Member Military

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    Corn gas or real gas ?
     
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  7. turkeybird56

    turkeybird56 Military Vet 1976-1996 Retired US Army Military

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    I try, Momma taught me well. BUT she was the hossie person, she used to train Appaloosas. I train my Honda ref throttle, LOL


    Reg Shell/Exxon/Sunoco here from $2.19 to $2.39, just FYI (and that is dat 10% ethanol, which I hate. Only non-ethanol may be gotten near a Marina unless U like AV gas, LOL (AV = aviation), LOL
     
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    Dodge update! The Dodge is home, safe and sound. It runs great but there is an annoying whine coming from something. It’s been there awhile- thought the new fuel pump would fix it.. no. Then was expecting that it had been the alternator...but no.
    So I’m happy to have the Dodge home but this whine....


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    Bravo Zulu for outstanding catch on your ailing mare Birdman! That is some darn good stewardship right there. You won the internet win for the day in my books...

    ALL: Hope all you slightly Sr Rammers have a great day.
    Lee
     
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    I usually have Gas from Corn Shell's made TACO's :O BUT the RAM is 10% Corn fed most of the time ! CITO is the only station that also sells Non-Ethanol and that run's about 50 cents more per gal and is 90 Oct. When I use that I gain about 1 or 2 MPG , According to Gas Buddy Cito in Bangor is now at $2.39 a gal regular. I'll confirm when I head to the store later ! In some area of Maine (near Mass. ) it is $2.69
     

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