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Old 10-18-2013, 07:42 PM   #29611
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Nearly every truck has it on the driver side , not every gauge has a arrow , and most of your high end boat are now offering dual fuel fills or putting them on the driver side as well .
I am trying to think the last car or truck I drove that had it on the right side .
Harley has its cap in the middle so I can pull up to either side LMAO
My Toyota has the tank on the right side, no arrow on the gauge. Hell I'm surprised it has a gauge.

I liked that about driving that old Chevelle, fuel tank in the back the call was behind the license plate, student have to worry about which side it was on.
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My Chiro also does Accupuncture/Pressure and is very good...it helps...the pills don't. I also Have a Fentanyl PATCH,..(NON-NARCOTIC) that i change every 72 Hrs....actually takes the edge off the pain....

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http://money.cnn.com/2013/10/17/autos/toyota-spiders-airbag-recall/index.html?hpt=hp_t3

I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooo wishing that Trip had one of these 'yotas! Cinder, would you please let him know to check his tubes for spider webs? I can only imagine an air-pressure hose will come into use.
I think they're talking about a different kind of spider than the kind you are thinking of...
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Need header back exhaust for the yota, new shocks, do rear brakes, pinion seal in rear axle, fix e brake. Then truck will be good. Ish.

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Need header back exhaust for the yota, new shocks, do rear brakes, pinion seal in rear axle, fix e brake. Then truck will be good. Ish.
If you weren't so far away you could have my son do it. He is quite a good mechanic.
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This is dry needling. They go into the muscle with a 4 inch long needle and make it twitch on purpose. Then massage the knots out. The therapist said my neck is the tightest he'd ever seen. The muscle twitches hurt more than the steroid injection I got between my wrist bones.
I was wrong. They use an acupuncture needle. It's not 4 inches long. Just feels that way when he shoves it in your trap all the way to the hilt and your muscle starts spasming and twitching.
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I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooo wishing that Trip had one of these 'yotas! Cinder, would you please let him know to check his tubes for spider webs? I can only imagine an air-pressure hose will come into use.
A buddy of mine worked at a motorcycle shop years ago and a customer came in with a speedometer that did not work (bike was still under warranty). They found a spider had built its nest inside the speedo, preventing it from functioning properly. The manufacturer rep came out and took a look, removed the spider and sent it in to the factory. They refuse to pay the warranty claim because theu determined that it was an "American" spider so it has to have gotten in the works after the bike had been delivered.
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...I also Have a Fentanyl PATCH,..(NON-NARCOTIC) that i change every 72 Hrs....actually takes the edge off the pain....
I am glad that works for you. Are you sure about that whole "non-narcotic" thing? That does not match up with what I have heard. I'm not sure if this is the same patch I have heard of teens chewing pieces of for a buzzzz (has some goo in the patch).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fentanyl

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/fentanyl

On the plus side, it is nice to hear it can be weaponized (Russian hostage resolution).
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I also Have a Fentanyl PATCH,..(NON-NARCOTIC) that i change every 72 Hrs....actually takes the edge off the pain....

AAAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHa

Who sold you that line ? I have been on that chit before , it is a narc , in matter of fact it is one of thee if not the most strongest narc given by Docs . it is usually a end of life medicine . I got away from it due to high probability not possibility that it would hook me big time and it is highly sought after .
I took lyrica for a while but even though its not a narc it is controlled and it pucks with your optical nerves as a side effect which I could not tolerate .
My PM Dr has me on 2 narcs , 1 12hr and 1 instant release . not saying what they are but they stay either under lock and key or in my sight at all times , I had a bottle walk off one time , never again .

Word of advice , I would not list exactly what kind of narc or other goodies I have sittin around , pills are worth more than guns .
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AAAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHa Who sold you that line ? I have been on that chit before , it is a narc , in matter of fact it is one of thee if not the most strongest narc given by Docs . it is usually a end of life medicine . I got away from it due to high probability not possibility that it would hook me big time and it is highly sought after . I took lyrica for a while but even though its not a narc it is controlled and it pucks with your optical nerves as a side effect which I could not tolerate . My PM Dr has me on 2 narcs , 1 12hr and 1 instant release . not saying what they are but they stay either under lock and key or in my sight at all times , I had a bottle walk off one time , never again . Word of advice , I would not list exactly what kind of narc or other goodies I have sittin around , pills are worth more than guns .
That patch made my eyes twitch too. Weird stuff.
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