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Howdy from Southern Kansas. Happy to be here.

Postby Mooner1 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:52 pm

Hey all. Just wanted to say hi and introduce myself. I'm a diesel mechanic by trade, and work for a small shop here in Winfield,KS. We end up working on just about anything diesel, but we primarily work on class 8 trucks. I was in the oil-field for 10+ years and was darn proud to be, however I am not moving my family all over chasing after work and grew tired of starting over from the up and down nature of the oil market. I transitioned to being a full time mechanic at the first of this year. I only bring all this up because I've made reading here and on CompD part of my daily routine for years now. The education I've received reading you all's threads and the information you all have shared has enabled me to better myself and a create a better quality of life for my family. So..yea..a big thanks to you all and especially to BC847 for helping my techno-illiterate azz get registered proper here. Glad to finally be part of the 1stgen.org fold!
'99 2500, '89 Ramcharger, '83 D-350 Crew Cab, '79 Power Wagon...a pile of trucks, a pile of parts, and not enough time or money..
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Re: Howdy from Southern Kansas. Happy to be here.

Postby BC847 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:49 pm

WELCOME! 8)
David

1993 12mm VE Fueled W250 CC, Green
12.67 @ 103.35
Your basic farm truck ;)
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Re: Howdy from Southern Kansas. Happy to be here.

Postby oldestof11 » Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:58 pm

Welcome!
Jon
93 D250~ Mismatch of cheap parts, trying to look fast going slow
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