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    Waxed the truck today BLACK 2011 Silverado extended cab

    Not a fun job, but I wanted it done before winter ( sorry I mentioned the "W" word)
    Still need to do an oil change and put on a different set of wheels and tires. The "bling 20" wheels and tires it came with are worthless in snow.
    (Oops sorry I mentioned the "S" word)

    two bad words in one post SORRY!
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    Even if it's a Chevy...

    I don't think I've washed my truck with soap in over a year, although it is 10 years older than yours. I did discover over my elk hunt that I need to get under the hood and replace some glow plugs.

    I like my Hankook tires in that white stuff that no one wants to talk about yet.
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    I have a white F-250 that was last detailed in May (yes, this year), that needs a good wash and wax again. When you finish with yours, you can come do mine!!
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    You guys need to go Aluminum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    You guys need to go Aluminum.
    You need to be more mileage intensive with your aluminum!
    If man had enough horse sense to treat his wife like a Thoroughbred, she'd never grow into an old nag.

    If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride!

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    Ya, let see a picture of that shining beauty....
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    You need to be more mileage intensive with your aluminum!
    You still on the booze from yesterday?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    You still on the booze from yesterday?
    Nope. I'm going to go play at the airport this morning. I even get 8 hours between the bottle and modding, not just 8 hours between the bottle and the throttle. I'll get back to the booze this evening!!

    But I think your aluminum would lose its shine if you ran it as many miles, in as many conditions as I run the F-250.

    I'm going to take the F-150 Farm truck to be detailed before Christmas. Gonna use it more for work before then. Found about 3 cords of firewood, (Oak) that has already been cut, and offered free for the taking. It was cut this year, so will need to sit a year, but I'll try to get a load today, and another one evening this week, and repeat until it is all stacked to use here next year. THEN, the farm truck can get cleaned up good and put back in the garage, and only go on feedstore runs for the winter!
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    I try to wax mine yearly, think the last time was in April. I washed it about a month ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post


    Even if it's a Chevy...

    I don't think I've washed my truck with soap in over a year, although it is 10 years older than yours. I did discover over my elk hunt that I need to get under the hood and replace some glow plugs.

    I like my Hankook tires in that white stuff that no one wants to talk about yet.
    Pictures coming soon

    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I have a white F-250 that was last detailed in May (yes, this year), that needs a good wash and wax again. When you finish with yours, you can come do mine!!
    If you buy a C130 you could it up here

    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    You guys need to go Aluminum.
    You're just ahead of our your time, you even have Gimbal ratchet

    Quote Originally Posted by 316 View Post
    Ya, let see a picture of that shining beauty....
    OK, Ok pic coming
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