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  • Birthday 08/14/1940

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    West Texas
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    HDT, Travel, Woodworking

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  1. I worked for 30+ years in an industry that depended upon Duct Tape and Cap wire or pin flags to survive. Cap wire was the wire from the blaster to the detonation cap for dynamite while pin flags were the wire flags you see on surveyed lines. ShortyO
  2. One must remember that the Doctor is a Texas Aggie. ShortyuO
  3. I have been running Yokohama RY-617's on both Steer & Drive for 8 years. I chose Yokohama upon reccommendation of a local Oil Patch tiere shop and the fact they are made in West Point, MS. ShortyO
  4. I would mount an air ride hitch between the frame aft of the commercial hitch low enough that tit would not interfere with your commercial setup. My ET is aft of the reR TANDEM. JMHO ShortyO
  5. geodog

    Double Tow Question

    I double tower a Smart4Two behind our 37 ft. 5er and Volvo VNL 610 for two years with no trouble. Went from West Texas to east Tennessee,, down through Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and then to New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Coloardo with no trouble at all. I was just short of 80 feet. I even got caught in an HOV lane with heavy traffic in Nashville. I got some ONE FINGER SALUTES during this experience. ShortyO
  6. Dave, Now that you have some miles on your new seats what is your HONEST opinion? ShortyO
  7. we will try at Crossville



  8. geodog

    Rules of the road

    I will be willing to share my binders contents. I was complemented about having all of the information organized, by a trooper in Ill. ast spring. I did not get a ticket. ShortyO
  9. I have purchased Volvo parts from: class8truckparts.com. Not much cheaper than local dealer, but genuine Volvo. ShortyO
  10. Rio Chama is closed for the winter. They will open about 01 May. There are quite a few of us that spend most of the summer there. They have back in sites, head in sites and pull thrus. 30 amp and 59 amp. It is not a resort type setting as there is now pool or rec hall. We all just enjoy the quiet and cool. ShortyO WE have been camping here since 2001.
  11. We spend most of Aug & Sept at Rio Chama RV Park in Chama, NM 7800 ft. elevation and less than $600.00 per month. Bonus is a daily steam train. Will be in space N-11 this year. ShortyO
  12. Try Fresh Cab. It seems to work for me. ShortyO
  13. geodog

    Fun in the snow

    I bought a Hitch pin at Tractor Supply. ShortyO ps. I live in West Texas---no snow
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