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RE: Winter TC Repair Project

That’s true. The ones I’m looking at look like meat grinders. But that’s one advantage to living up on a hillside. If your plowing any more than just a few inches of snow where chains aren’t needed, all your plowing is downhill. The chains are only to get me back up the hill to make another pass. I should be able I keep the spinning to a minimum. If I can’t do it with chains without tearing up the pavement, I’ll just give up and let the sun (or the county) do it. :):)
NRALIFR 02/24/21 07:32am Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

I don’t mind snow moving as long as I can stay on the tractor! :B I’m probably going to order some studded diamond patterned chains for the rear tires. I was looking for front chains until I noticed that there’s not very much clearance between the front tires and the drag link tie rod ends. At the least, I’d have to be really careful about what kind of chains I put on the front tires. Most of my snow moving is done with the rear blade, and it tends to push the rear tires around when it’s angled, just like a front blade will push the front around. Like you I do a little “community service” with my tractor, but this storm was just too much without chains. After surveying the hills into my neighborhood, I was pretty certain that I’d make it down with the tractor ok, but I’d likely not make it back up. Fortunately the sun took care of it quicker than normal. :):)
NRALIFR 02/23/21 08:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

Thanks Jim. Just as I thought, we topped out at 74° today. This weather has really been way out of the norm for us. It seemed like the first 12-15 years we lived here I was plowing snow almost every year, but never this much. Six to eight inches at the most. Then for the last about 5-6 years, little or nothing. I don’t have a proper snow blade for my tractor, I just take the steel cutting edge off my rear landscape blade and bolt a 2x8 board on it so it doesn’t tear up the asphalt. I realized as I was clearing the snow this year that I actually bolted on the board I was using three years ago. It had sat outside long enough that it started to rot! It finished the job though, but I’ll need a new board for the next snow. I’m really glad the snow melted as fast as it did. Nobody around here is ever fully prepared for this much snow and temps down to 0°F. I was really fortunate that I didn’t have any broken pipes. I’ve got a water leak detection system on the house that has one temperature sensor, and it was turning the house water off one morning. This was also the first time that snow just about overwhelmed the tractor. Between the hillside slope and the snow depth, I was having trouble moving at times. I’m probably going to invest is a set of tractor chains that may or may not ever be used. I need to be able to at least get to the roads that are being cleared with something driveable. :):)
NRALIFR 02/23/21 04:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

Like it never happened! Well, almost. There might be some of those piles left at the end of today. Today’s high is supposed to be 68, we’re already at 67. I bet we exceed that by a few degrees. I may be able to get my trailer out of the mud tomorrow and take my tractor to get that damper replaced. It’s still under warranty, and they won’t just give me the part or I’d do it myself. https://i.imgur.com/gUPyEAVl.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/23/21 11:39am Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

But..........mine was over its GVWR by 2700 lbs so it should have exploded and wiped out an orphanage and a convent. :W :B :):) So you blew your tax report as if you had 10k lb rating on dually, it was all taxation. Duallies in most of the states come with 14.9k lb GVWR, while axles ratings total in the range of 16-17k No, I did something even better. I just didn’t worry about it. I did enjoy trolling those who did, though. Still do, a little. :W :):)
NRALIFR 02/23/21 06:09am Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

But..........mine was over its GVWR by 2700 lbs so it should have exploded and wiped out an orphanage and a convent. :W :B :):)
NRALIFR 02/22/21 05:41pm Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

A picture from the last trip we took in the 1995 F350. October, 2010 in California, and this was taken on a twisty road between Caliente and Bodfish. The boss lead us there because it’s such a scenic and challenging route loved by............motorcyclists. She missed the motorcycle part. Loaded with gear for a 2-3 week trip, it weighed about 12,700. https://i.imgur.com/Jqjmxk3l.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/22/21 02:12pm Truck Campers
RE: CC&R dated 1973 says no RVs, trailers, boats can be stored

With no HOA collecting dues to pay for an attorney, it will be up to an individual or a group of individuals with legal standing to bring an action against you. It’s been my experience that when it comes time to cough up money for retainers and other up-front costs, 99% of the complaining neighbors will run for the hills and hope somebody else steps up and defends their interests. Even the ones that will initially sign on and contribute money to get the process started will start bailing out as the costs and risks to their wealth and savings mount. I wish it wasn’t that way, but having been in the position of fighting a zoning violation that directly affected dozens of homeowners, and then having to proceed with just TWO neighbors to share the costs, that is my opinion of how things like that are going to go. Neighborhood covenants and restrictions are only good if they are being enforced. No municipality has a Department of Neighborhood Covenant Enforcement. If they aren’t being enforced, and haven’t been for decades, they aren’t worth squat. Local zoning laws and ordinances are what will be enforced by your local City/County Code Enforcement department. :):)
NRALIFR 02/22/21 07:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

And almost none of it has anything to do with a truck camper So is about 90% of this forum replies. At least less trolling than usual and I'd say the topic was pretty constructive. I agree lol. Which tires does everyone run on your duallys or which would you recommend? The 7.3’s came with 16” inch rims is it worth the extra coin to jump up into a 18 or 20? I would be concerned about the clearance in the front wheel wells making that big a jump in size. The turning radius is already bad for these trucks, if bigger tires rub in a turn, it’s going to make that worse. There’s also the question of increasing the unsprung weight with the bigger tires and wheels. That can have a negative affect on the braking performance, especially with the rear drum brakes if yours has them. There are tire options in 16” size that have higher ratings than OEM. Michelin XPS Traction is one, but I know there are others that are probably going to be easier to find. The XPS traction is turning into a rare bird, and there are only two sizes still made. The least expensive way to get higher rated wheels is to just buy six steel Accuride wheels that were made for the E450 vans of the same year. If you want great looks too, get four Alcoa’s and two Accuride wheels. Whatever you get, make sure the wheels are hub-centric, not lug-centric. No eight to ten lug adapters either. :):)
NRALIFR 02/22/21 04:28am Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

The 7.3 Powerstroke was first available in mid-year 1994, so it is usually said to have started in 1994-1/2. I remember there was a period of time when you could order a new truck with either the old 7.3 IDI, or the new 7.3 PS. I was so envious, because I was still driving a 1984 F250 with the original IH 6.9L Diesel. And when I say “IH” I mean it was still International Harvester then. It even had the IH logo cast in the intake manifold somewhere. I liked my 1995 F350 a lot, and dumped a bunch of money into it making it a pretty decent camper hauler. I thought it was fairly reliable, but like a lot of long-term 7.3 owners I got good at recognizing a CPS failure, and then replacing it on the side of the road, learning to hate the dual-mass clutch in the ZF tranny (not Getrag unless you swapped it out of some junky old Dodge), finding out the hard way that LUK clutches were junk, deleting the back pressure valve that would stick closed, adding pillar gauges and 4-way flip chips, ........and......and........and And just for old-times sake, this was taken the day I sold it. https://i.imgur.com/cff45FFl.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/21/21 03:00pm Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

....... A new Ford diesel the 6.7L engine is and old gasoline converted block that was put in the Ford 392 cu-ft engines in 1962. ........... Where’d you get that little tidbit from??? That’s not even close to true. It always amazes me when I run across a new urban legend. It makes me feel like I’m missing out on something :W :):)
NRALIFR 02/21/21 10:05am Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

Well it finally stopped snowing on Thursday, but not before setting a record for the most in 4-5 days. North Little Rock got a total of almost 19”. Little Rock and areas South and East got 22+ inches. Power never went out, but my main furnace igniter decided to quit working so I was having to light the burner manually, let it run a cycle, then shut it off for a few hours. My pellet stove has been working overtime. The burn rate got close to 70 lbs a day for a while. The neighborhood roads still haven’t been plowed or sanded. I went and looked at all three roads into my area today, and there were vehicles at the bottom of each hill, unable to get up. I’ve been too busy making sure our pipes don’t freeze to work on the camper. None of mine froze thank goodness, but my neighbor had a pipe freeze and break, and I had to help him find his water meter box. He knew approximately where it was, but of course there was 8-10” of snow on the ground so it was hard to spot. Fortunately I had a few lengths of rebar to use, and we eventually found it. Things are melting, but it’s going to take few days. Now I have to keep an eye on the roof and gutters as all that snow melts. There are a couple of valleys in my roof that are prone to developing ice dams at the bottom. The forecast still shows the temperature warming up over the next three days, with a high Tuesday of 59. I’ll get back to working on the camper in a few days I expect. In the meantime, here’s some pictures of the fun we’ve been having. This was Tuesday, after the first snow Monday night. One of the cats ran to the window all excited about something she saw. All I saw were tracks, so I checked our security camera. A fox! Don’t get to see many of those. https://i.imgur.com/TCQ6ssvl.jpg Also after the first snow, and before I “ruined it” with the tractor. There’s a driveway under there somewhere. https://i.imgur.com/17p6WPEl.jpg Ruining it :C https://i.imgur.com/N9WBIKdl.jpg Second snow coming down Wednesday. Snowed all day without a break. https://i.imgur.com/hN741D4l.jpg https://i.imgur.com/K59a8aQl.jpg I had a issue with the tractor while I was clearing the first snow. This little POS is called a “self-centering damper”. It makes the fwd and reverse pedals go back to the top after you press one of them down. It has something broken inside of it, and almost made me drive over the top of a retaining wall Tuesday when it stuck with the reverse pedal depressed. The brake wouldn’t stop it, and I had to shut the engine off. No chance of getting a part, so I figured I was through playing in the snow. https://i.imgur.com/nhwpGEGl.jpg After sleeping on it (I get some of my best ideas when I’m asleep) I decided to take it off, and put a “Polish Fix” on the tractor to get it operational again. And yes, I’m Polish. This is how we fix things. See the bungee cords? https://i.imgur.com/lojmuful.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/20/21 02:29pm Truck Campers
RE: Who’s still using a 7.3 diesel truck

Jtime, I had a ‘95 F350 CC DRW that I hauled the camper in my sig for several years with. The model year of yours is a great platform for all kinds of performance enhancing mods. The best camper hauling specific mods that I did to my truck were: Better shock absorbers. Rancho 9000’s were what I used, but there are other brands that get good reports as well. I had a spring shop add two extra leaves under the single-leaf overload spring. I wanted the truck to get on the overloads quickly, and for them to be very firm. This made a huge improvement in the handling while hauling the camper. Much better than the airbags I installed. I was able to reduce the airbag pressure considerably. I replaced the stock steel wheels with Alcoa Hotshot wheels and two higher rated Acuride steel wheels. The OEM wheels were rated at 2200 lbs each, which wasn’t enough. Tires: Michelin XPS Traction radials. One of the best tires I’ve ever used. Huge improvement in stability due to their all steel radial construction. They are also all-season, and off road durable. They are NOT “Three Peak Mountain Snowflake” tires, so I don’t want to hear anyone complaining about how terrible they are in snow. They aren’t terrible, they just aren’t as good as 3PMSF tires. Since your location is “North”, you might need a set of winter tires anyway. Your OEM size is one of the few still available for that tire. Exhaust brake: I installed a USGear D-Celerator Exhaust Brake and really liked it. I’m not sure if they are still in that business or not, but there are a few other brands as well. This really helped the trucks stopping abilities. My truck had drum brakes on the rear axle, and they just weren’t up to the task when we were driving steep grades. That’s all I can think of at the moment. If something else come to mind I’ll post again. :):)
NRALIFR 02/19/21 04:55am Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

https://i.imgur.com/8XtFNIBl.jpg Had to stop “playing around” with the camper and deal with life outside of the man-cave the past few days. It’s been 5-6 years since I’ve had to clear any snow from my road and driveway. I think this is about equal to the most snow I’ve seen on the ground in the 23 years we’ve lived here, but there’s 100% chance of 3-5” more in today’s forecast so we could end up with a veritable snow-mageddon here. Lowest temperatures I’ve seen here as well. I got my road and driveway passable, but the neighborhood roads I’m connected to aren’t being cleared, and the hills are too steep to get up with this much snow, so we’re stuck. I don’t think I’m going to get my Amazon deliveries for a few days either! :W Fifty year old homes in Little Rock aren’t built with near zero temperatures in mind, so I have to pay attention to how cold it’s getting in the crawl space and in the garage. We’ve been warned of rolling power outages, but so far we haven’t had any. I’ve got gas furnaces, a pellet stove, and a generator that runs on natural gas, so we’ll stay warm. The weather forecast says we’ll start warming up this weekend, and a high next Tuesday of about 58. At least we don’t have to wait long for the weather to change around here. :B :):)
NRALIFR 02/17/21 06:17am Truck Campers
RE: Winter TC Repair Project

Thanks guys! I’ll take all the encouragement I can get. :B Every RV should be aluminum framed and aluminum smooth sided exterior with an aluminum roof. But, yea. That is some nice work there. Well, I’ve got the “smooth sides” and “aluminum roof” part covered. Lance was still using a seamless aluminum sheet on the roof in 2001. It’s one of the reasons I still have this camper. I think Lance went rubber/plastic/TPO whatever in about 2005. There’s probably some down side to aluminum framed rv’s, but since I’ve never owned one I’m not sure what it would be. This was today’s progress. I sure wish I’d have remembered to drill the wiring holes through the new framework before I mounted the patch in place. I have a super long shank drill bit that could have drilled the entire run at once. But, had a senior moment I guess. You know, that’s the bad part of getting older. Always.........uh, er, ......... what was I talking about? Fortunately, that’s why the gods of woodworking invented hex-drive drill bits and short extensions. If you stack up five or six 2” hex extensions, it acts like a flexible drive shaft and you can get quite a bit of deflection with it. The hardest hole was the one through the 6” wide board. Gott’er done though. https://i.imgur.com/JNHr1J9l.jpg This is the new wide jack mounting bracket kit I ordered from Rieco-Titan. I’ve bolted the two plates together that make up one bracket. The old narrow bracket is on the left. Then there are two ring clamps, and the parts that make the T-brackets they will bolt to. Did I mention that RT is a good company? :W https://i.imgur.com/KawPQX0l.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/12/21 05:58pm Truck Campers
Winter TC Repair Project

I started a repair project on my TC about a week ago. This is the rear corner on the passenger side of the camper, and I’m fixing the damage from a water leak that existed when I bought the camper about 15 years ago. I found and fixed the leak within a few months of buying it, but the damage had already been done so I’ve kept an eye on the area below the leak over the years for signs of trouble. The leak was here, at the point where the edge trim meets the rain gutter at the top corner. It looked like a bubble had formed behind the caulking as it was being applied, and then popped before the caulk dried, which made a nice little funnel shaped opening for water to get in through. https://i.imgur.com/fbrFAckl.jpg Some non load-bearing wood up in the overhang behind the filon was rotted. I was able to replace it just by removing that one short piece of edge trim at the top, and bending back the aluminum overhang material just enough to work through. There’s a closet in that corner on the inside, and I knew the luan wallboard had gotten wet near the corner because of how it felt, but the structure seemed to be ok so I didn’t tear into it any more. Of course being a truck camper there are jacks attached to the corners, and I’ve payed particular attention to the rear jack mounts. I’ve never liked the way Lance attached the rear jacks. As heavy as this camper is, they should have used wider mounting brackets in the rear, which would have allowed some through-bolting. That’s how the front jacks are installed, but for some reason they used narrow mounts that only use 4-5 two inch long hex head wood lags in each of the two plates that make up a mounting bracket. I’m going to change to the wider mounting brackets in this project. There’s also a ring clamp at the bottom of the jack tube that’s bolted to a tab on the bumper, but the tab is aluminum, and is set 90° to the force that is applied to it when you’re loading the camper on the truck and the front of the truck bed touches the camper. So over the years after literally dozens and dozens of times “touching” the camper with the truck when loading, the tab bends and the jack moves at the bottom towards the camper. I want to add another ring clamp at the bottom of the jack tube, with a tab mounted in the correct direction so that the camper loading forces will be in shear, rather than a bending force. In order to get the wide brackets, ring clamps and T-mounts I need, I had to order a heavy-duty jack mount kit from Rieco-Titan for four jacks that also included two crank handles and a drill adapter that won’t work with Atwood jacks. Because of the way these kits are packaged at manufacturing time, it would have cost more to have them open up a kit and just sell the parts needed for two jacks. The kit price was reasonable though, and I’ll eBay the unneeded parts when I finish the project. Just FYI, Rieco-Titan is a great company to deal with. I’ve always had good experiences with them, and if my Atwood jacks ever fail I will be replacing them with RT jacks. This is a picture I took of the rear jack after replacing the skirt on that side in 2014. Notice how the gap between the jack tube and the camper is fairly consistent from top to bottom. You can also see the narrow jack mounting bracket at the top, and the ring clamp at the bottom. https://i.imgur.com/dFBhzrbl.jpg I took the next two pictures just before removing the jack last week. Notice how the gap now gets narrower at the bottom, and the top of the bracket shows signs of movement. There’s also a crack forming in the filon. https://i.imgur.com/U7lIx0Hl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/9sPNVhSl.jpg In order to get to the backside of the jack mount area, I had to remove the propane compartment liner, which is a seamless plastic tub. After removing the compartment door, I can see that due to the way the liner was installed, it’s not coming out through the hole in the filon skin. So, I had to remove the bottom of the closet that’s right above it, and pull it out through there. Of course the LP black-iron pipe had to come out as well. Since I had to pull the bottom of the closet out, I decided to pull the wall panel off too, and see how bad the water damage was. I’m glad I did. It actually wasn’t as bad as I was afraid it might be. I initially just removed the wall panel to about half way up, then took it off all the way to the ceiling. All the water damaged wood was dry, so my leak fix 15 years ago apparently did it’s job. Surprisingly, the vertical 2x2 in the corner is about 99% sound wood. A little discoloration is all. That’s very good, because I’d have to tear up a lot more to replace that. Drilling and screwing into the 2x2 in various places for this repair has shown that it’s in good shape. I need more wood next to it in the back wall of the camper for the wider mounting brackets to bolt to, so I’m going to put a 3” wide piece next to it. I’m also going to have to move the taillight assembly over a half-inch or so to make room for the new wide bracket. https://i.imgur.com/zPANotVl.jpg That 6” wide board running horizontally is the most seriously damaged piece, and its purpose is to be a solid mount point for the folding ladder on the back of the camper. It probably gives that wall some extra rigidity as well. The luan plywood backer on the inside surface of the filon is of course delaminated, and I’ll be scraping a lot of it off. I’m going to cut out all of the framework that’s sitting over the damaged luan whether it’s water damaged itself or not, and rebuild it. Here, I’ve cut out the framework and scraped off most of the luan backer. About all that’s left on the backside of the filon skin is a paper thin layer of wood. The delaminated luan came off easily close to the corner, but I had to work on it harder as I moved into the areas that didn’t get wet. There’s still a little more to remove as you can see. Most of the cutting involved with this project has been done with a Rockwell Sonicrafter. If you haven’t used one, those are invaluable for making plunge cuts. With the right blade, you can even cut through screws, nails and staples. https://i.imgur.com/pc0mhLAl.jpg I’ve finished removing the luan, and lightly sanded what’s left. I then covered that entire area with some thinned out urethane sealant to just stabilize the surface so adhesive would stick to it better. I also added a backer behind the outside light so the screws had something to bite into. https://i.imgur.com/3qxBVBdl.jpg I’ve added a new corner board here. Rather than just having it down low in the jack area, then having to build the new framework around it, I took the new board up to the top of the corner. I used some long coated deck screws and contact adhesive to attach it to the existing corner board and the backside of the filon siding. This is when I could tell that the 2x2 in the corner was definitely not rotted inside. I pre-drilled the new board so the screws were only threading into the old wood, and they tightened up nicely and didn’t tear out. https://i.imgur.com/GARGr4il.jpg Before installing the new corner board, I needed to make a stiffener panel for the outside of that area so the filon won’t flex as I’m working on the inside. I used some thick plywood and 2x4’s on edge for that. I have it braced against the garage wall behind the camper. https://i.imgur.com/9fCeGRJl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/Dk4sGedl.jpg My plan now is to build a patch that will fit in the space where I cut out the framework. I have a bunch of quality 5/8” plywood scraps that I’d like to use up, so that’s what will be stuck to the backside of the filon. That should make the patch more rigid, and help tie everything together. That will still leave an inch deep cavity that I’ll fill with pink foam board instead of the fiberglass I took out. This is the patch I made. https://i.imgur.com/AMFbvBCl.jpg Fitting it in place. https://i.imgur.com/maEv1VSl.jpg Installed with contact adhesive and screwed into the framework next to it. The area from the 6” horizontal piece down is actually inside the LP compartment, and I plan to put another piece of 5/8” plywood on the inside to help tie that area together. That should help add back any strength and rigidity lost by cutting the framework out. From there up, I’ll use thinner wallboard plywood inside the closet. Once I have it all rebuilt and I’m ready to install the new jack mount bracket, I’ve also got some angle iron to go on the inside corner that the bolts will go through. https://i.imgur.com/Lb1YOlVl.jpg The bottom of the closet was made with a cedar faced plywood which I should be able to reuse. Since I won’t be able to match the wallboard pattern inside the closet, I’m going to face it with these cedar T&G boards that are 1/4” thick. One box is 35 sq/ft, so I’ll cover as much of the closet as possible with it. https://i.imgur.com/Sgmbpljl.jpg That’s where the project stands now, and I’ve got quite a bit of work to do yet on this corner. Depending on how long it takes, I may tear into the other rear corner this winter too. That corner doesn’t have any water damage, so it “should be” an easier job. I’ll have to move the taillight on that side too, though. There’s a layer of sleet on the ground in Little Rock today, and a strong winter storm in the forecast for this weekend. I’m glad I have a heated garage/man-cave to spend days like these in! :):)
NRALIFR 02/12/21 09:01am Truck Campers
RE: How to improve ride on my F250Silvarado Cummings DuraStroke?

No, I took those in 2014 on a trip we made to North Cascades NP. When I saw that in my side mirror I said to the boss “Welcome to Tacoma, sweetheart”! :R :B :):)
NRALIFR 02/07/21 04:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: How to improve ride on my F250Silvarado Cummings DuraStroke?

Grit, our garages must have looked similar for a time. The Mustang Bullitt belongs to the boss, which performance-wise sits between the GT’s and the GT350. I get to drive it occasionally if I’m good, but I rarely am. :W The Challenger GT, which is basically an AWD version of an SRT, was mine when I retired. I really enjoyed that car even thought it wasn’t a Hellcat or a Demon, or a Redeye, or a Hellephant 426, or a,....or a,...... I loved its color, too. “Contusion Blue”. :C https://i.imgur.com/YV3dEZDl.jpg I sold the Challenger when I noticed I was putting more miles on my tractor than on it. Actually, the Bullitt hasn’t seen much use lately either, which is why it stays plugged in. But, the boss ain’t getting rid of her ride. Can’t say I blame her. :B https://i.imgur.com/UOxPvRZl.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/07/21 03:10am Tow Vehicles
RE: New F350 owner seeks TC information

If I remember right, Lance used to have a funny way of measuring COG that seemed to be opposite of other truck camper mfgrs. Other manufacturers would state their COG measured from the front of the bed towards the rear bumper. Lance would measure from the rear of the bed towards the cab. An ‘04 Lance is old enough that the COG may be measured from the rear. I think they’ve changed to measuring from the front now. :):)
NRALIFR 02/06/21 07:33pm Truck Campers
RE: How to improve ride on my F250Silvarado Cummings DuraStroke?

Well, when I had one of them Powummings Durastokes, I modded the hell out of it till it looked like this. This pic musta been before I put the MGFC’s on it though. That was so cool. Couldn’t haul nuttin’, but it was cool. https://i.imgur.com/7o5DrTCl.jpg Since “rollin’ coal” was frowned on, I invented a double top secret mod to make it roll purple unicorn farts instead. Top Secret = I can’t tell you how I did it. Double Top Secret = I can’t remember how I did it. I figured if you’re gonna have fart cans, you might as well have actual farts, too. Here’s a picture of me rollin’ farts. Man, that brings back the fabricated memories. https://i.imgur.com/tXaM0ZAl.jpg :):)
NRALIFR 02/06/21 05:51am Tow Vehicles
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