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april stocker run

Had a great time. Hope everyone else did as well!

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Run was a blast, glad to see a bunch of people show up and good to meet some new people.

Here's my pics:







^^^^Doug, please consider this certification of your owing Ike 1 12-pack of Dale's












And people said there's no snow in the mountains.
















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Nice pics! Tank skid took a beeeeeating!!
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Nice pics! Tank took a beeeeeating!!
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Ouch. Looks like it time to update the skid plate.

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That looked like a nice day and a fun trip.

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Had a great time yesterday!! It was nice seeing everyone and meeting some new people as well.
Here are a few random pics I took..





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^^^^Doug, please consider this certification of your owing Ike 1 12-pack of Dale's
Damn, looks like my crystal ball sucks. I'll have to swing by this week sometime and drop it off.

Wish I could have made it to the BBQ, felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest all day

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I really need to get out wheeling here soon. I forgot what dirt looks like.

Looks like a good trip.
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Was a fun trip, and it was good to meet you guys. I look forward to going on a few more.
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Yea that tank won't read correctly... make sure you watch that.

But it wouldn't be a stocker run if someone didn't break down or drive a 2wd on the snow/ice.

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Yea that tank won't read correctly... make sure you watch that.

But it wouldn't be a stocker run if someone didn't break down or drive a 2wd on the snow/ice.
After what mileage I usually fill up at, I filled it, the gauge only read 2/3 full! Usually it takes about 18 gallons and now it held a whapping 11! I did pick up a new tank today, mabey I will build a skid for this one before I install it. This is what I cal "research and development". I can't get authorization to improve or replace it until it has issues.....
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Remove the tank, drain fuel, plug holes, add some air pressure and watch the magic happen......

I've never tired the flame method but the compressed air works 50% of the time.
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Remove the tank, drain fuel, plug holes, add some air pressure and watch the magic happen......

I've never tired the flame method but the compressed air works 50% of the time.
This may have to go in the cheap tricks section, ill let u know the results. My theory is increased capacity....
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