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Cummins12V98

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I "LOVE" how this post has morphed from a discussion of getting DRW to where to find the "LOVE" channel on Sirius radio! [emoticon]


Hey when the subject wains it always changes, good bad or ugly. At least we are talking "LOVE" [emoticon]

I think "CHERRY" wishes she had WIDER hips.

OMG did you consider drive thru's and car washes are now taboo???

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I'm still waiting to hear, after 9 pages, if Russ's DRW has the OEM pucks, and if he plans to upgrade his hitch for direct use???

Yes, after numerous pages, the subject often changes. Almost need to go to school, to learn all the electronic gizmos on new trucks. Even my XLT, less equipped model has many functions I seldom use. Coming home from a recent hunt, I decided to turn the stereo on, and my partner (Angel in profile photo)looked at me with that "what the he!! is that" look?

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

rhagfo wrote:

I "LOVE" how this post has morphed from a discussion of getting DRW to where to find the "LOVE" channel on Sirius radio! [emoticon]


Hey when the subject wains it always changes, good bad or ugly. At least we are talking "LOVE" [emoticon]

I think "CHERRY" wishes she had WIDER hips.

OMG did you consider drive thru's and car washes are now taboo???

Back on topic!


Ron, as I have pointed out the size issue is mostly in one minds. There is a nice little drive through Bakery/Espresso stand in Seal Rock, I still fit through the narrow side!!

Wider Hips and a Longer bed! [emoticon] Sorry Chris!


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MFL wrote:

I'm still waiting to hear, after 9 pages, if Russ's DRW has the OEM pucks, and if he plans to upgrade his hitch for direct use???

Yes, after numerous pages, the subject often changes. Almost need to go to school, to learn all the electronic gizmos on new trucks. Even my XLT, less equipped model has many functions I seldom use. Coming home from a recent hunt, I decided to turn the stereo on, and my partner (Angel in profile photo)looked at me with that "what the he!! is that" look?

Jerry


Yes, we have the Puck system, for now got a Reese picture frame for now, will step up the hitch later.

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rhagfo wrote:

I "LOVE" how this post has morphed from a discussion of getting DRW to where to find the "LOVE" channel on Sirius radio! [emoticon]


Because of this thread...I was tempted to tune in ch 70 on my boss's truck today while going to lunch...didn't know how that would go over....LOL...true story.


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Cummins brought up a point to which I probly already know the answer. Where can you go to wash DRW trucks? Delta Sonic or the auto washes won't work. Car gurus say to wash the underside of vehicles during the winter, but if a DRW won't fit into car washes, where do ya go besides the self serve ones and can only do the body? Underside???


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Great looking truck, congrats ! I've logged thousands of miles towing with a DRW, I'm sure you'll like it.

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I wash my own rigs, always have. BUT when in SoCal I have a car wash hand wash and dry mine, vac interior and wash the windows for $35 while I walk 100 yards to shop at Costco.

NEVER use a machine.

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ACZL wrote:

Cummins brought up a point to which I probly already know the answer. Where can you go to wash DRW trucks? Delta Sonic or the auto washes won't work. Car gurus say to wash the underside of vehicles during the winter, but if a DRW won't fit into car washes, where do ya go besides the self serve ones and can only do the body? Underside???


You don't. That's one of the "blessings" of owning a dually. You get even more familiar with your wash bucket and garden hose!


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

I wash my own rigs, always have. BUT when in SoCal I have a car wash hand wash and dry mine, vac interior and wash the windows for $35 while I walk 100 yards to shop at Costco.

NEVER use a machine.


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I have a very soft long handle brush for the roof and hood, rest done with soft mit!

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