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It’s not. But in this case it is true...
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It’s not. But in this case it is true...
I dunno - Doesn't seem like Tracey believes you.
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I dunno - Doesn't seem like Tracey believes you.
Good for him...
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I dunno - Doesn't seem like Tracey believes you.
Good for him...
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So, we haven’t come to the best part of banning automatic transmissions— reduction in traffic— because people like you Snofarmer will not be driving anymore. It was clear from all your statements you suck at driving a manual gearbox and require the truck to drive itself.
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So, we haven’t come to the best part of banning automatic transmissions— reduction in traffic— because people like you Snofarmer will not be driving anymore. It was clear from all your statements you suck at driving a manual gearbox and require the truck to drive itself.
They have trucks that drive themselves? Does Tesla know about this?
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They have trucks that drive themselves? Does Tesla know about this?
You’re only 1.5 years late on this revelation... way to go.
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You’re only 1.5 years late on this revelation... way to go.
You should tell the guy from HI to look in this

http://www.wausauequipment.com/asset...Literature.pdf

Now, I read the one about Lubbock Tx... I cannot believe he would need any Snowplow except for his FedEx account...
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You’re only 1.5 years late on this revelation... way to go.
You should tell the guy from HI to look in this

http://www.wausauequipment.com/asset...Literature.pdf

Now, I read the one about Lubbock Tx... I cannot believe he would need any Snowplow except for his FedEx account...
See? Tracey was right all along.
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See? Tracey was right all along.
When, Snofarmer said it yesterday or whenever he did I hadn’t been on the site. Today I took a look. Stellar advice as always.
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You have to realize I’m a joke.
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You remind us of this every time you post.
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You remind us of this every time you post.
http://www.roadranger.com/ecm/idcplg...e=RR_TRDR-0150

Funny, Eaton fuller agrees with me about double clutching always....
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Hilarious,

Eaton Fuller, says you only need to use the clutch at start up,

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No need to double clutch
From your link
http://www.roadranger.com/ecm/idcplg?IdcService=GET_FILE&allowInterrupt=1&Revisi onSelectionMethod=LatestReleased&noSaveAs=0&Rendit ion=Primary&&dDocName=RR_TRDR-0150
“Models in this series provide six forward speeds and one reverse, and are shifted as you would shift any synchronized manual transmission. Follow the simple 6-speed shift pattern.”

“Upshift
In the following instructions, it is assumed that the driver is familiar with operating heavy-duty trucks and tractors, and can coordinate the shift lever movement and clutch pedal to make smooth gear engagements while upshifting or downshifting.
1. Depress the clutch pedal, move the shift lever to next desired speed.
2. Release the clutch pedal.
3. Accelerate.
4. Continue upshifting.
Downshift
In the following instructions, it is assumed that the driver is familiar with operating heavy-duty trucks and tractors, and can coordinate the shift lever movement and clutch pedal to make smooth gear engagements while upshifting or downshifting.
Note: Although the transmission’s first gear is synchronized it is advised that a down- shift into first gear be completed at a very slow vehicle speed to prevent engine overspeed.
1. Always use the clutch when downshifting from gear to gear to prevent prema- ture synchronizer failure.
2. Depress the clutch pedal, move the shift lever to next desired speed.
3. Release the clutch pedal.
4. Slow vehicle.
5. Continue downshifting.

Yes they did give instructions on how to double clutch but no place did they say you ALWAYS have to they actually give instructions to the contrary.
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When, Snofarmer said it yesterday or whenever he did I hadn’t been on the site. Today I took a look. Stellar advice as always.


I don't think Conan believes you, either
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connor why do you and your gang of internet evangelicals feel the need to keep posting factious threads?
instead it being the self appointed saviors you disrupt.

you are the people who you want banned.

how many 300 ft drives are there?
why would someone who wore out 4 plows want the cheapest plow made?
and shovel out a 300ft drive with 30" of snow.....bs

why do they get more snow than what has ever fallen in there area.

crazy...

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I have a 4speed manual transmission with out synchro's and im skilled enough to be able to shift it with out double clutching it all of the time.

and again you are wrong the transmissions on your list DO NOT need to be double clutched. (see my above post)
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No need to double clutch
From your link
http://www.roadranger.com/ecm/idcplg...e=RR_TRDR-0150
“Models in this series provide six forward speeds and one reverse, and are shifted as you would shift any synchronized manual transmission. Follow the simple 6-speed shift pattern.”

“Upshift
In the following instructions, it is assumed that the driver is familiar with operating heavy-duty trucks and tractors, and can coordinate the shift lever movement and clutch pedal to make smooth gear engagements while upshifting or downshifting.
1. Depress the clutch pedal, move the shift lever to next desired speed.
2. Release the clutch pedal.
3. Accelerate.
4. Continue upshifting.
Downshift
In the following instructions, it is assumed that the driver is familiar with operating heavy-duty trucks and tractors, and can coordinate the shift lever movement and clutch pedal to make smooth gear engagements while upshifting or downshifting.
Note: Although the transmission’s first gear is synchronized it is advised that a down- shift into first gear be completed at a very slow vehicle speed to prevent engine overspeed.
1. Always use the clutch when downshifting from gear to gear to prevent prema- ture synchronizer failure.
2. Depress the clutch pedal, move the shift lever to next desired speed.
3. Release the clutch pedal.
4. Slow vehicle.
5. Continue downshifting.

Yes they did give instructions on how to double clutch but no place did they say you ALWAYS have to they actually give instructions to the contrary.
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connor why do you and your gang of internet evangelicals feel the need to keep posting factious threads?
instead it being the self appointed saviors you disrupt.

you are the people who you want banned.

how many 300 ft drives are there?
why would someone who wore out 4 plows want the cheapest plow made?
and shovel out a 300ft drive with 30" of snow.....bs

why do they get more snow than what has ever fallen in there area.

crazy...

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I have a 4speed manual transmission with out synchro's and im skilled enough to be able to shift it with out double clutching it all of the time.

and again you are wrong the transmissions on your list DO NOT need to be double clutched. (see my above post)
I hate to break it to you I don’t have clue as to this driveway scenario?

I am glad you can shift your four speed— you are correct I linked the wrong pdf I meant the 18spd.
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I hate to break it to you I don’t have clue as to this driveway scenario?
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See bull s hi t meme above.

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I linked the wrong pdf I meant the 18spd.
I’m sure.
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See bull s hi t meme above.



I’m sure.
You can believe what you want... it isn’t me or anyone I know.
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I see you quoted me crwen247 that’s cool still doesn’t have anything to do with me the original poster. But if you think so tell Michael J. Donovan and see what happens. I have to be honest I have been waiting for you people to claim some person is a sock puppet of mine
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I see you quoted me crwen247 that’s cool still doesn’t have anything to do with me the original poster. But if you think so tell Michael J. Donovan and see what happens. I have to be honest I have been waiting for you people to claim some person is a sock puppet of mine
I was just giving him what I considered to be sound advice - I thought you would approve of that.
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Dylan Vickers 88 hmmm... could that be my porn name?
I thought it was Cornhole Sexum?
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I see you quoted me crwen247 that’s cool still doesn’t have anything to do with me the original poster. But if you think so tell Michael J. Donovan and see what happens. I have to be honest I have been waiting for you people to claim some person is a sock puppet of mine
It’s fairly easy to set up a proxy.
And in this day and age probably even easier to spoof an IP.

You’ve been waiting you should’ve got that feeling about a year ago .
And you’re still using your sock? are you 13 years old?

What a putts l,Him and his head full of imaginary friends
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