I had a load of osb board(aspenite) in the back of my truck, tailgate down, but ratchet strapped in. Well MR. BMW pulls up beside me and thinks he is going blow me, before his lane ends, of coarse i've got a different outcome of his fate. Anyhow he didn't make it there first, and lets just say i left my load at the intersection except for 1 sheet. What a mess, and did i feel like a moron. Moral of the story only trust ratchet straps for things that could blow out of the truck, as these damn trucks just have too much power. Did i just say that....Naaaaa Later Jeremy
YEA THE PICS ARE POSTED IN THE ORDER WHICH YOU UPLOAD THEM. I DIDNT KNOW THAT THE FIRST ONE I UPLOADED WOULD BE ON BOTTOM. IT LEAVES THE LINE HARD. I REALLY LIKE THE HOT OJ WITH ATTITUDE, BUT MY TAILGATE ISNT AS PROUD OF IT AS I AM.
ANYONE HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THIER ATTITUDE NOT SHOWING THE ENGINE TEMP?
It was actually a Ford 302 (used crate motor) on a pallet. I was taking a customer for a test ride, and PowerShifted from 2nd to 3rd, and looked back, and watched the motor do a quick backflip into my tailgate, leaving my truck with one more battle wound.
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