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jon f mn

12-11-2013 09:12:47




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So, since I'm stuck in Indy for a couple days in a motel room I thought I would post some of my favorite pics from this year and further back.

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KEN IND

12-12-2013 03:38:23




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
Welcome to Indiana Im 60 milesm north. Hope your stay with us is nice.Kenny



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Dale in Nw WA

12-11-2013 21:00:14




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
Jon I drive truck up here in Wa I drive chip trucks The other day my clutch needed adj so mech got under the truck and adjusted it I went and loaded my load got about 10 miles from yard and called them to bring me a new fuel filter come to find out mech used the cross over shut off valve handles to get under truck that was a long trip Hope you dont go crazy in the motell Dale



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kwoodrum570

12-11-2013 12:00:31




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
I like that case silage chopper did case make a silage wagon back then to go with the chopper?



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Dairyfarmerinma

12-11-2013 10:35:25




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
Great pics Jon! Any idea what brand the grader blade is? We have what looks to be the same one.



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jon f mn

12-11-2013 10:53:29




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to Dairyfarmerinma, 12-11-2013 10:35:25  
No idea other than it's a common one sold at fleet stores.



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Chuck Machinist

12-11-2013 10:16:03




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
Good thing your not a gamlin man in Indy!



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Adirondack case guy

12-11-2013 09:51:30




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
You can always tell the southern truckers coming up I87 and west on I90, this time of year. The fuel starts gelling west of Albany, and there they set along the sholder or they are limping along the sholder at 20mph to get to the next exit.
Bro said you need a new drier canister for your brakes?
Loren
PS great pics. I'm out in the shop putting on the last coat of paint on the drawers and cabnet doors. It's not nice at all, outside.

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OliverNate

12-11-2013 14:17:40




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-11-2013 09:51:30  
I was a heavy truck mechanic few years ago and there was one florida trucking company that had 100 gal fuel tanks on the refridge trailers and never failed always filled with #2 diesel and they'd come up to -10 Deg MN weather. somedays I spent my whole 8 hrs and then some outside just trying to make stuff run...



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John Saeli

12-11-2013 09:16:51




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to jon f mn, 12-11-2013 09:12:47  
2 days in a motel room??!! I'd be freakin' nuts!! Don't know how you do it. When the wheels aren't turning, no $$$ coming in.



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Lee Little

12-11-2013 11:02:25




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 Re: Stuck in Indy in reply to John Saeli, 12-11-2013 09:16:51  
Thanks for posting the pics. It made me feel better to look at them.



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