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room alive or dead??
|ED||has the room died out again or has spam taken it over??
|Jim L||Hi Ed, I check in pretty much every day. I guess no one is having trouble with their early Fords right now. Wait till Spring comes, then we'll see.
|ED||reckon so Jim,,,that just tells me these old fords are more reliable then the new ones..past snowfall will make or break a few of them...if their not abused
|mark sr||I also check in more days than not. Hopefully the inactivity means no one is having trouble they can't handle. Only issue I've had with my NAA lately was a nail in a back tire. I sucked out the fluid but they still charged $50 to patch the tube .... I now own a bead buster!
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