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Don't press your luck!

Sure, you know how to work on old trucks. Or maybe you're just starting in the hobby. Either way, safety is best learned through OPM (Other Peoples' Mistakes), not OJT!

Either as newly discovered wisdom, or a refresher, please read this article and live safely with your old truck!


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#1181627 Thu Sep 08 2016 03:30 AM
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 545
Anyone do Hines drive cruise

keithfielder #1181650 Thu Sep 08 2016 10:43 AM
Joined: Feb 2011
Posts: 967
I did and had a great time. It gets better every year. Thousands of classic vehicles. The only way you are allowed in the Hines Cruise is to have a vehicle 25 years old or older. No modern spectator vehicle traffic. Ease of parking, throw up a tent, have a picnic. Lots of vintage trucks.


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