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Old 02-11-2019, 08:54 AM
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2-3 inches of snow last night and now its raining and 35 degrees.
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Old 02-11-2019, 09:03 AM
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Least the rain should be melting the snow away. I'm sure it's a sloppy mess though. Misting here just barely too warm for ice buildup. Supposed to e 47 tomorrow and 58 the next day. That will be nice.
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went through 2 gal of washer fluid on the drive back to MI last night. had to keep the defrost on max boogie and the windows cracked.
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Anyone know what the bore and thread size would be to adapt to the fuel rail where you would typically connect a gauge for testing fuel pressure?
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Old 02-11-2019, 10:42 AM
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In it's been raining on and off here and windy
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In, raining and im slightly sick. Coughing up a lot of multi colored goodness. Starting to feel better thankfully. Hopefully I get over this crap by next weekend.
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Cold and foggy here, thankfully my flight out isnt for a couple hours. Not sure if earlier flights are delayed or not.
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In, raining and im slightly sick. Coughing up a lot of multi colored goodness. Starting to feel better thankfully. Hopefully I get over this crap by next weekend.
same here I got sick on Saturday and I hope I get better sooner rather than later
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same here I got sick on Saturday and I hope I get better sooner rather than later
Mine hit me sat morning too, fri night I was feeling fine but my throat was feeling a little dry and scratchy. Brushed it off as second hand cotton mouth bc I was hanging with the guys from work at the local bar but apparently not. The smoke and beer probably didn't help.
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Tomorrow is supposed to be a winter storm. This should be fun.
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Anyone know what the bore and thread size would be to adapt to the fuel rail where you would typically connect a gauge for testing fuel pressure?
1/4SAE flare


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Anyone know what the bore and thread size would be to adapt to the fuel rail where you would typically connect a gauge for testing fuel pressure?
its -3 or -4 I believe


Damn...too slow.
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