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post #11 of (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 11:13 PM
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Hello all! Seems like a lot of the Michiganders still lurk around...

I still have my hitch piece JPP made for me and it always stays on my truck!

Im driving a 08 crew cab Z71 kid hauler now and love it

Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining!
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Well, as far as I know I've been on here probably since it started. I've been in this house for over 7 years and I know I used this place for many blazers I don't own anymore before that even and have noticed the ads and lack of people on here in general. I look at the s-10 section and one of my posts from a year ago is on the first page still. I tell people too go here for the questions they throw at me but with a lack of input I suppose some of the sections are doomed. I seem too get what I want when I ask something but am suprised that an old post isn't 10 pages in after a week like it used too be. Maybe we all wised up and bought 2wheeldrive cars or something? I don't think so. I just figured out what too fix and how. Thats it I'm smarter. And I want a crush on Monica too!
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I've been lurking around here since march of 2000,mostly looking at samurai posts and IFS Chevy truck posts.Still have both and they both have been great projects for me,just wish gas was cheaper as I like driving the C2500HD with the 7.4 liter engine,but gas milage is dismal.
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Man, I wish diesel was cheaper. This ULSD has helped increase the cost. Remember when it was cheap? Now it's more than premium gas!

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Hey There...

I was here, probably about 99' or so and stuck around for a few years but then I ducked out for several years because I ended up buying a car and hardly drove the truck anymore. I was gone so long I had to re-register.. And my old name was available

Anyway, I still have the truck and I've taken a renewed interest in fixing it up It does need a lot of work though but the motor still runs great

I recognize some of the names here. Good to be back.

Haha, just noticed I am now a "Newbie" - naturally...

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cheap ahhhhhh i just payed 428 for deisel 85 bucks and my fuel gauge just moved of empty id been runnig on fumes for days
now days when i get deisel its on have to basis to make it through the next week and i ring every bit of fumes out that i can

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I'm in here occasionally.

I have some sad news to share, I'll post it separately.

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I haven't posted since May 2007. Not even sure why I stopped in today. Been using FullSizeChevy for quite some time. I do miss the "good" advice I got in here though. A lot of Mickey Mouse over on FSC, but I love it anyway.

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Been a long time since I posted here. Really surprised the board doesn’t get used more. Anyway, hope everybody is doing well.

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I stop by every once in awhile.
Nowhere near as much as I used to.

Still have the '94 stepside.

See everyone next summer
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