Re: Not to beat a dead horse, but - gas and driveshafts


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Posted by Joel B. on July 10, 2003 at 12:37:48:

In Reply to: Re: Not to beat a dead horse, but posted by Joel B. on July 10, 2003 at 11:26:15:

OK - yes, more gas is consumed - but the trade off is you get there faster and the girls and mules think you are cool.*

OK, OK, and yes, you spend more time underneath the rig tightening down driveshaft bolts. But the trade off is you get there faster and the mules and girls think you are cool.


*So the rule here, bring a about six foot piece of gardening hose as to siphon gas from their tanks into yours that way the girls really think your cool when you always have a full tank of gas. Now, for the record, I have never done this.. cough, cough...

Second rule, bring a green army tent ground tarp to work on your rig when the drive shafts falls off – you want to look cool and clean when you see the mules and girls when you finally arrive two hours later … for the record, this has never happen to me…





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