Bonehead Club Lackey
WHAT?!?! And miss out on the funniest thread on here? That sammich thread isn't near as funny as the "KEY" thread.Good advice Jeff!
I might add that one could just skip the key thread all together and drink all 12 beers while over at the sandwich thread. You might need them if you're dealing with stale bread.
Boy, they must have really changed the semi's since I've been driving. Seen my share of semi's that thought they could do that and ended up frozen up and jelled up. I've covered just over 2 million miles in a semi and in the winter I always had a rad. cover on. Sometimes it would be opened some and then when we drove in Wy. with 50MPH winds and at 50 below zero you damn well better have something on the front of the rad. to block the cold and wind. Got so bad the 400+ hp engine couldn't go over 45 MPH and then it got parked at high idle and front completely covered. Still couldn't get enough heat in the cab so we stayed in the truck stop to stay warm and just let the engine run at a very high idle till the winds died down. Either way I had a cover on in the winter to block the radiator. Sometimes it was open and sometimes it was closed or partly closed. Must have really changed the engines since I stopped driving in '92. Must be the computers that do all the driving now days so engines can't freeze up or fuel gel up. Oh well...glad I quit driving.the semi I drove OTR thru some blizzards in the Midwest and WI.