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PostPosted: June 29, 2015, 12:16 am 
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I was originally going to repower my 61 F250 with a 2001 7.3 powerstroke. But after the first test fit in the engine bay, I didn't like the cramped fit. But I signed up as PowerStrokeUni. :oops:

My 61 now has a 1994 F750 Cummins motor and Allison transmission between its frame rails. And there is room work on it without removing the front clip. :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: June 30, 2015, 5:20 pm 
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i have this dog, and she's kinda blonde......


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PostPosted: June 30, 2015, 9:49 pm 
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haha!! That reminds me of my favourite Blonde Joke:

The smartest Blonde I ever met........was a GOLDEN RETREIVER!! :) :)

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i have this dog, and she's kinda blonde......


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Mine was the food I fed my aquarium fish back when I was breeding them ,and I used to hang out on multiple fish forums... Then some @ss joined all the forums and ruined them all ..trolling.. most of them shut down completely.

Was it fishguy? I hope a d@mn shark ate him.
Lance's Name "Foodstick" Reminds Me Of The "Space Food Sticks" When I Was A Kid. Anyone Remember These? LOL.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPZ8HHRR1A0


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Mine means,
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PostPosted: July 7, 2015, 2:04 pm 
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Never would have guessed it. :lol:


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Seen a t-shirt years ago that had a picture of a Mustang racing a Camaro and it said Hoofbeats stomp out the Heartbeat. I figured that was pretty cool. I've always had fast Fords. Ironically one of my favorite pastimes now is leaving Mustangs in my rear view mirror at the drag strip. All in good fun!!!

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PostPosted: July 8, 2015, 9:26 am 
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Seen a t-shirt years ago that had a picture of a Mustang racing a Camaro and it said Hoofbeats stomp out the Heartbeat. I figured that was pretty cool. I've always had fast Fords. Ironically one of my favorite pastimes now is leaving Mustangs in my rear view mirror at the drag strip. All in good fun!!!


I share your affliction. I've owned over a dozen Mustangs in the past. Now down to 4 but just added a Slick to the herd!


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PostPosted: July 8, 2015, 6:23 pm 
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several years ago I finished our old basement into a Man Cave. Got just about everything a man needs down here. I brew beer and make wine, have my gun safe next to kegerator, and a big screen, and plenty of room for the dogs to hang out
After having several friends over from time to time it always seems that when they leave they are a little "Tanglefooted" so I named the Man Cave "Tanglefoot Tavern. :cheers:

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Got my name from a friend who ran a motorcycle shop in town. New him when I was a kid and we became good friends. When I was about 19 he started calling me "Mellvis". I finally asked why and he said it meant "Miniature Elvis". Not sure why I remind him of Elvis (I'm not a singer in any fashion) but I am only close to 5 feet tall (hope to reach that milestone eventually) and at the time I was about 105 pounds.

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My career, and my birth year. I am a 31 year old woodwalker!
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Dogs name typed twice.

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Short answer, Over Bearing Smart A$$. Details do a search for Origins of Obsa

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When I was born (in 1957) my grandfather had a 56 F-100 pickup with a two-way radio and an antenna mounted on a tool box at the front of the bed. When I started talking I called that antenna a "Didgey Switch" (almost rhymes with itchy). From that day on the family called the truck the "Didgey Truck". When I went online and joined some car and truck groups a long time ago I chose "Didgey Trucker" for my name. Looking back I should have spelled it Digi Trucker, as in digital trucker. My grandfather's 56 is long gone now. Besides 66KIXX, my 66 F-100, I also have a 56 F-100 panel for a project.

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orangeRcode wrote:
Mine is based on the engine code (R) and color of my Mach 1.


From 1986 to 1992 I owned an orange R code 1969 Mercury Cyclone. It had a white bench seat interior.

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PostPosted: October 14, 2015, 10:36 pm 
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didgeytrucker wrote:
orangeRcode wrote:
Mine is based on the engine code (R) and color of my Mach 1.


From 1986 to 1992 I owned an orange R code 1969 Mercury Cyclone. It had a white bench seat interior.


Very cool. Do you have any pics of it?


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