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  1. #1
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    Default It's about that time again.

    Lets see some snow photos to start the season off.
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    Get all the snow you guys want I will be in Casa Grande Arizona sucking on a cold beer...Garth
    2001 Chev ex cab short box
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    gmnut, where are you from? I'll get some pics off the hill where I work. We get 20ft drifts overnight, and it drops two feet no problem. Then in Grand Junction where I live, they'll be lucky to get six inches.(didn't that just sound dirty...)
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    The list goes on, and I built and fabbed every last inch of it including the tranny.
    It eats Duramaxes while sipping diesel. Yes, it's very distinguished in that manner.
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    We got snow a month ago, now it has been in the 50s during the day. Warmest November in MN I've seen. Last year we got 6 inches about this time that stayed all winter. Never got back above freezing. If we ever do get snow again I'll post a pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God prefers Diesels View Post
    gmnut, where are you from? I'll get some pics off the hill where I work. We get 20ft drifts overnight, and it drops two feet no problem. Then in Grand Junction where I live, they'll be lucky to get six inches.(didn't that just sound dirty...)
    I live in northeast pa, we get our share of snow, but nothing like the 20' drifts your talking about. Must be nice to see if your prepared and have the right equipment for it. Although your temps are probably in the neg. numbers to go with that. But the more I think about it 80 degree days, sun, sand, and umbrella drinks keep sounding better and better. Must be getting old. Anyway look forward to seeing some photos from out there.

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    Default How about those snow photos

    Just putting up some recent photos.
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    What is that white stuff?
    We are trucking in snow for the Olympics which start Friday...lol...G
    2001 Chev ex cab short box
    D-Max / Allison 4 inch exhaust, reflashed ECM & Air induction

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    gmnut what size lift are you running. you truck looks really good.
    93 k2500 manual pump. Puttin on burb frame with a crew cab body and a short home made flat bed.

    The motor cracks resemble the grand canyon!!!! so I got a 6.2 and we'll see what happens!

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    Thanks okie65, I'm running a 6" lift w/ 35 bfg's on 16.5 m/t's.

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    No prob. What brand lift is it? I wish my truck would have been runnin when it snowed down here.
    93 k2500 manual pump. Puttin on burb frame with a crew cab body and a short home made flat bed.

    The motor cracks resemble the grand canyon!!!! so I got a 6.2 and we'll see what happens!

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