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Re: Fuel line question
Gord&Fran #1344566 Sat Feb 01 2020 04:54 PM
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Hmmmm, wondering what you might know about the wrecks in truk lagoon

Re: Fuel line question
bartamos #1344755 Mon Feb 03 2020 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by bartamos

DoNe, ThAnK YoU

You got trees on your ranch?
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Re: Fuel line question
Johnny N #1344790 Mon Feb 03 2020 09:07 AM
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Palo Verde, Mesquite, Palm, Citrus, and others....problem is, they are only two foot tall. It's the desert ya know. It's tough down here. The winter lasted a week. Got down to +38 F in some places. Got a jacket on and made it thru.

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