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See you all in the fall.
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Labor day pre BBQ / Pig smoking checklist.
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Pork loin trimmed & ready, check.
Pork loin thawing slowly, check.
Marinade mixed & solids dissolved, Check.
Mr Pig bathing in marinade, Check.
Fresh dry rub made, check.
BBQ dipping sauce first blending, check.
Sage & Onion stuffing (yum) made & freezing in Saran Wrap, check.
Real apple-wood charcoal chunks secured, check.
Apple-wood soaking, check.
“Weather Underground” checked for storm activity, check.
Alarm set for 0600, check. (groan)


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I took My 1886/93 Lebel to the range for some 200 yard shooting   my best prone score was 83/100 on a SR target   12" bull for the uninitiated.
Since I have had the Lebel the Tureqs have Not attack Haltom City Texas once
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Working on my truck. Front wheel bearings are bad on my '78 Chevy K30.
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K30 now there was a beast of a good truck back in the day! As for me, I cleaned my Thompson Center 30-06 and my Savage 16/116 .338 WM getting ready for fall hunting. Of course I always have a couple Enfieldsporters ready at all times of the year and at least one comes with me each and every hunt. Bringing my civilian model E.A L. this fall just for good measure.
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Originally posted by Bear43 Bear43 wrote:

Working on my truck. Front wheel bearings are bad on my '78 Chevy K30.


Is your K30 bigger than my M37?
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Happy Labor Day, 0630, the fun begins.

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Works for me!
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Originally posted by paddyofurniture paddyofurniture wrote:


Is your K30 bigger than my M37?



It is heavier. The K30 is a 1 ton 4x4. Quite the beast.
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Originally posted by Bear43 Bear43 wrote:

Originally posted by paddyofurniture paddyofurniture wrote:


Is your K30 bigger than my M37?



It is heavier. The K30 is a 1 ton 4x4. Quite the beast.


I do not know about that. The M37 is a 3/4 ton cargo truck that is rated to pull a M101 series 3/4 ton trailer.

That is a lot of OD stuff.

There is even a fording kit for the M37 series so you can drive all most full submerged.

It is the mighty Dodge power wagon from 1952.

Not as old as Hoadie. I think Hoadie has a 1947 build date, bad exhaust, leaking seals, and hard to find
parts that fit.
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4 hours later it is coming along nicely. Stuffing beginning to emerge.Tongue


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Originally posted by Shamu Shamu wrote:

4 hours later it is coming along nicely. Stuffing beginning to emerge.Tongue




What time is eating, I do not want to be late?
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Paddy, I looked up specs on your M37 and my K30. Your truck is about 700 lbs heavier and from what I read our trucks would be similar in load capacity. Pretty interesting stuff.

Shamu, you are making me drool here
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I'm drooling too!! I thought I could smell it wafting over here, LOL.
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Bear43, my truck is a 1952 with a winch. Will pass anything but a gas station at a top end of 45 mph while getting ten miles to the gallon!
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