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RE: Pre 2008 Ford Super Duty

If you want to do it nicer you can remove the WHOLE cylinder lock in less than two minutes with a philips screwdriver and pick. Then another 30 sec's to install a new lock cylinder with your own key and drive it away. I wore out my lock cylinder, you could turn it without a key in it. For what ever reason the 2001-2007 SD's are highly sought after over in the sandbox. Not sure the reason, they just are.
shum02 09/01/20 11:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: Cooper tire failure at 65mph - now what?

I put Coopers on my F350 and had wear issues as well. Replaced them after 2 years and around 35K miles and went back to GY's. No defects in them just unusually rapid wear on all four corners They were not worth the savings. I just switched to Cooper HT3s for my F-250 because after 3 sets the Goodyear Duratrac did not last like I thought they should. I have always had good luck with Cooper tires so it was a natural switch for me. OP, those tires have seen LOTS of gravel, haven't they? I grew up living on gravel, I have seen that before. I did the complete opposite. The Duratracs have twice the mileage on them as the HT3's and way more tread left. Superior snow traction, abrasion resistance and they look WAY better on the truck. What works for you, works for you.
shum02 08/20/20 12:10pm Truck Campers
RE: Cooper tire failure at 65mph - now what?

I put Coopers on my F350 and had wear issues as well. Replaced them after 2 years and around 35K miles and went back to GY's. No defects in them just unusually rapid wear on all four corners They were not worth the savings.
shum02 08/19/20 10:31am Truck Campers
RE: Said good by our hybrid

Walked the same path. Miss it, don't miss the noise.
shum02 08/19/20 10:24am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Modern Rebuilt Trans for Towing

I am of the school, "if it is not broke don't fix it !" The best thing you can do is use a transmission cooler and change the fluid every 50K miles. I recommend using what the factory used. Replace the factory cooler with the unit from the 6.0's Torqueshift. Cool as a cucumber.
shum02 08/17/20 11:33am Tech Issues
RE: ALBERTA PARKS NOW OPENING

Well there are some provinces that have closed their borders to outsiders and maybe more joining. You may have to copy and paste this. https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/travel-canada-provinces-covid-19-restrictions-1.5589316 Restricting my right to travel any where in Canada any time I like is illegal. Only the Federal Government has the power to do that and only under the most severe conditions which I do not see Covid as a qualifier. I welcome the Charter Challenge. You want to lock the country down, get the Fed's to do it legally. I’m not sure what you do / did for a living, but it’s not a lawyer I’m sure. Under the Emergency Measures legislation they can, and have, restricted travel. In a state of emergency they can restrict travel, arrest those that defy those orders, in a situation like a forest fire they can conscript people to fight that fire. No Charter challenge is required, it’s settled law. Apparently not because they are being challenged. If you are ok with your politicians restricting your movements without proper legal recourse and oversight i pity you, you are a fool. Things are not as black and white as you would think or wish.
shum02 06/03/20 08:02pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: ALBERTA PARKS NOW OPENING

Well there are some provinces that have closed their borders to outsiders and maybe more joining. You may have to copy and paste this. https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/travel-canada-provinces-covid-19-restrictions-1.5589316 Restricting my right to travel any where in Canada any time I like is illegal. Only the Federal Government has the power to do that and only under the most severe conditions which I do not see Covid as a qualifier. I welcome the Charter Challenge. You want to lock the country down, get the Fed's to do it legally.
shum02 05/31/20 05:47am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: ALBERTA PARKS NOW OPENING

It's not just the camping. Lots of parks here in Ontario like Pinery and Iverhuron both on Lake Huron just to name a few have crowded beach areas as well. Camping without access to the water would suck.
shum02 05/23/20 12:05pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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