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  • #16
    Oops, $51.00 for 9.9!

    BWP

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    • #17
      Remember..the great cars of the 1930's were built during the great depression. Sure, they ultimately went out of business, but so have dozens of other high end marques even in good times.

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      • #18
        Good Morning Everyone! What a wonderful day to set new record gas prices!

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        • #19
          Brandon is an awful President and Redhead is a true c%-t.
          Lets take care of border and deprive our own children


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          2021 Blackwood, twin 300 Mercs
          Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

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          • #20
            This is the warm up to a recession, the recession will be the warm up for far worse. Be prepared, huge changes are coming our way and they are going to need tons of chaos to keep our minds distracted from what is really going on.
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            • Sans Peur
              Sans Peur commented
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              You mean you haven't been buying ammo?

            • Parker Yacht
              Parker Yacht commented
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              Primers are still tough.
              Powder is freeing up.

            • Ol Mucky
              Ol Mucky commented
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              Last year I could not find the primers I wanted for my muzzleloader. Still today it’s hit or miss
              Wierd

          • #21
            Just got to work and a liberal co-worker tells me the administration says inflation peaked in March and that we are on the road to recovery! Shit, that explains why gas went up .20 a gal last week, he walked away.
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            • #22
              Originally posted by LFBB View Post
              Just got to work and a liberal co-worker tells me the administration says inflation peaked in March and that we are on the road to recovery!
              I hear it's just transitory, two weeks to flatten the curve, or something like that. I get my government pronouncements mixed up sometimes.

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              • #23
                Originally posted by SeaDawg3
                why are we sending our oil reserves to EU???
                This President sucks.
                Yep.. America LAST..
                As of April 2nd, boatless for the first time in many years.
                2019 Tidewater 252 CC Twin F150's- SOLD
                2016 Tidewater 230 CC VF250 SHO- SOLD
                Mobile, Al.
                Dauphin Island, Al.

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                • #24
                  What the hell is going on with diesel fuel right now?

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                  • #25
                    Originally posted by Surfercross View Post
                    What the hell is going on with diesel fuel right now?
                    Keeping it extra high to maintain inflation of the cost of goods.
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                    • Surfercross
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                      There is supposedly going to be a shortage of diesel. Apparently a refinery burned down in 2019 and it was never replaced.

                  • #26
                    Originally posted by Surfercross View Post
                    What the hell is going on with diesel fuel right now?
                    I was thinking about 2500 series one day with a diesel
                    Think I’ll keep my 1500 Z71 for now
                    2021 Blackwood, twin 300 Mercs
                    Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

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                    • #27
                      I am looking to purchase two F350 diesels right now. The Ford dealer (Rush truck center) told me they can take my order but can't place the order with the factory until JANUARY 2023. That's right "CAN'T PLACE THE ORDER" for 7 months.
                      They said that the diesel uses palladium in the emissions system and they have run out. The ONLY source of palladium in the world is Russia and we aren't doing business with those assholes.
                      I am looking at used trucks and they are more than new ones. And not by a little. I may have to go with gassers.

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                      • duckfish
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                        I'd buy gassers and not look back. Other than the F450 I bought late last year, I'm staying far away from diesel small trucks.

                      • Sans Peur
                        Sans Peur commented
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                        I have one gasser F350 dually. That thing Drinks gas like an alcoholic and my driver complains about it not having any balls with a heavy load.

                      • duckfish
                        duckfish commented
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                        They typically do suck fuel like it's their job. But last time I ran the numbers, over a 250k mile life cycle, the gasser is the better business investment.

                        IMO Ford never had a good gas motor (recent history at least) for 3/4 ton plus trucks. Hopefully the 7.3l has changed that. I've read mostly good things but also some recurring horror stories in heavier use applications. Google the recent issues with them in motor homes.

                        GM had a real winner for HD actual work trucks that I'd put up against any diesel at the time, in many respects, with the 8.1L. But they did what GM does best and screwed the pooch on something that worked. They also managed to completely screw up the acceptable and ever reliable 6.0L by choking it down to a complete dog with torque management programming.

                    • #28
                      Originally posted by Sans Peur View Post
                      I am looking to purchase two F350 diesels right now. The Ford dealer (Rush truck center) told me they can take my order but can't place the order with the factory until JANUARY 2023. That's right "CAN'T PLACE THE ORDER" for 7 months.
                      They said that the diesel uses palladium in the emissions system and they have run out. The ONLY source of palladium in the world is Russia and we aren't doing business with those assholes.
                      I am looking at used trucks and they are more than new ones. And not by a little. I may have to go with gassers.
                      You believe the salesman?

                      Palladium is used in ALL modern catalytic converters Virtually EVERY converter in a wrecking yard is immediately recycled..

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                      • #29
                        Originally posted by Billinfla View Post

                        You believe the salesman?

                        Palladium is used in ALL modern catalytic converters Virtually EVERY converter in a wrecking yard is immediately recycled..
                        And they're being removed from cars sitting in the street all the time. Takes less than 60 secs with a battery Sawzall or cutoff grinder. My daughter had 2 of them removed from her Honda Element while at the same Chicago on street parking within a month. Some thought the local Aldermen and beat cops were in on it, it's Chicago, go figure. Total dirtbags. I put a cage on it after that, no problems.
                        Sanibel FL
                        Axopar 28 Cabin, 2 x 200 Merc 3.4L V6 - SOLD

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                        • #30
                          Originally posted by Billinfla View Post

                          You believe the salesman?

                          Palladium is used in ALL modern catalytic converters Virtually EVERY converter in a wrecking yard is immediately recycled..
                          Thieves cut them off all the time, especially when they find a fleet of unmonitored vehicles.
                          2021 Blackwood, twin 300 Mercs
                          Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

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