What did you do to your deuce this week?

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rustystud

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I put one of those in the back of my Deuce cab interior for improved lighting @ night. The difference is that mine is painted white from the manufacturer & has an external wiring connection (which was bypassed). They work really great lighting up the cab instead of fumbling around looking for a flashlight.
I wished you still had a few more of those lights to sell ! I bought a couple and stashed them away. Now I cann't find them !
 

FloridaAKM

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You can't find them because they are probably still wrapped up in the plastic & foam that I shipped them in. If opened, you would not be able to miss them unless you crate stuff up. Good luck finding them.
I wished you still had a few more of those lights to sell ! I bought a couple and stashed them away. Now I cann't find them !
 

rustystud

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You can't find them because they are probably still wrapped up in the plastic & foam that I shipped them in. If opened, you would not be able to miss them unless you crate stuff up. Good luck finding them.
I remember putting them in a sealed bucket with several other lights I wanted to keep safe. I have several storage rooms of stuff. All packed from floor to ceiling. If I made an extreme effort to find them it would probably take several days just to clean out one of the rooms. It makes me tired just thinking about it !
 

w250guy

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Had the ol girl fired up the other day after the storm (had to see how she does in the snow). I’m actually a little surprised how well it did in the snow, it busted right through the plowed snow banks like they weren’t even there. Now I need a cargo cover for the bed so I don’t have to shovel all the white stuff out if I need it! I’ve got a video I’ll upload to YouTube and post a link of the truck blasting a snow bank.

Edit: https://youtu.be/ufd0zggYSlM

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Ajax MD

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Had the ol girl fired up the other day after the storm (had to see how she does in the snow). I’m actually a little surprised how well it did in the snow, it busted right through the plowed snow banks like they weren’t even there. Now I need a cargo cover for the bed so I don’t have to shovel all the white stuff out if I need it! I’ve got a video I’ll upload to YouTube and post a link of the truck blasting a snow bank.

Edit: https://youtu.be/ufd0zggYSlM

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Don't forget to let a little air out of the tires for better traction.
 

davidb56

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I got another load of firewood out of the forest. Its "green" birch, so its real heavy, and Im going to leave it there during the winter for traction instead of the 2K pound concrete blocks.
 

Another Ahab

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I got another load of firewood out of the forest. Its "green" birch, so its real heavy, and Im going to leave it there during the winter for traction instead of the 2K pound concrete blocks.
Birch firewood?!!

You could harvest it as a cash crop:

- Folks pay the store chains around here big bucks for "pretty wood" to just lay there doing nothing in their fancy (useless) foreplaces!!



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Ajax MD

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Nice having a vehicle where you just don't have to worry about little dings.
I must admit, I follow davidb56's posts with interest because I've been stuck in urban **** for so many years and he lives in such a remote area.
It's pretty obvious that he enjoys a greater degree of freedom than some of us.
 

davidb56

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I must admit, I follow davidb56's posts with interest because I've been stuck in urban **** for so many years and he lives in such a remote area.
It's pretty obvious that he enjoys a greater degree of freedom than some of us.
I moved up here in 2011. I retired from a Oakland Ca company and also Stockton ca, but lived in the foothills for 20 years and commuted. So I know the difference between freedom and control. I loved Ca when it was "Reagan country".Some examples are.. No building "permits outside of town, which saved me 20K compared to Ca, low vehicle registration costs without late penalties, No MC helmet law, No fireplace restrictions, open and conceal carry without "permit", which is why are crime is so low...granny's packing, so dont try to grab her purse...hahahaha
 
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