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Old 05-07-2013, 05:54 PM   #2421
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Just carried my new Ford work truck to the shop. It's due for it's first transmission swap, at the same time it's due for it's first oil change.
That's what happens when your not sponsible, and do dounuts.
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Just carried my new Ford work truck to the shop. It's due for it's first transmission swap, at the same time it's due for it's first oil change.
hey there's some luck.

Heres a question. If a ford is broken down on the side of the road and no one is around, does it wish it were a chevy?
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hey there's some luck.

Heres a question. If a ford is broken down on the side of the road and no one is around, does it wish it were a chevy?
IDK, why is it that you se a LOT of pre 1990 Fords on the road, but rarely any pre 1990 Chevys?

Seriously. I see like 10 old fords for every 1 old chevy.
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That's what happens when your not sponsible, and do dounuts.
Different truck! lol, that one was the V8 with the 4 speed auto.
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hey there's some luck.

Heres a question. If a ford is broken down on the side of the road and no one is around, does it wish it were a chevy?
No, but the person sitting behind the wheel wishes it were anything else at all!
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As far as others' behavior is concerned, people are emotional beings that justify their actions using logic. People are not the logical beings they like to kid themselves they are.

If people were logically driven, and not emotionally driven, explain modern advertising. There is not one iota of logic in advertising, except for the fact that the ad agencies KNOW that people are emotional and use that to separate them from their money!!

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IDK, why is it that you se a LOT of pre 1990 Fords on the road, but rarely any pre 1990 Chevys?

Seriously. I see like 10 old fords for every 1 old chevy.
People usually have enough respect to TOW a Chevy home in the event one breaks down on the road; whereas the Ford owner will usually be so fed up with that truck that he/she will just walk off and leave it sitting on the side of the road like a rapidly-rusting warning to anyone foolish enough to even consider one of those blue oval vehicles (or a source of much-needed parts for the next ford-owner to push his truck past there on the way to NAPA).
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That's what happens when your not sponsible, and do dounuts.
I was thinking more like break stands at the stop light.
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People usually have enough respect to TOW a Chevy home in the event one breaks down on the road; whereas the Ford owner will usually be so fed up with that truck that he/she will just walk off and leave it sitting on the side of the road like a rapidly-rusting warning to anyone foolish enough to even consider one of those blue oval vehicles (or a source of much-needed parts for the next ford-owner to push his truck past there on the way to NAPA).
NOT, what I meant, but still kind of funny.
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Just carried my new Ford work truck to the shop. It's due for it's first transmission swap, at the same time it's due for it's first oil change.
Due for a transmission swap ?
Is it a 5.0 with auto tranny that you can shift manually ?
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Due for a transmission swap ?
Is it a 5.0 with auto tranny that you can shift manually ?
Nope, v6, six speed auto.
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