SA Hunter: And welcome drhenley.
Jun 29, 2020 13:48:12 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Where in East Tx you from ( without giving too much away of course ).
Jun 29, 2020 13:49:04 GMT 10
tmttactical: Senior American prepper. Senior as in age. A fair number of years prepping in urban environments. Was know in some places as Urbanprep but decided to shift back to my original I.D. location is the Arizona valley, USA.
Jun 29, 2020 14:08:08 GMT 10
SA Hunter: welcome tmttactical.
Jun 29, 2020 14:12:29 GMT 10
SA Hunter: We've created a "North America" section in the International Preparedness Section - for all things relating to that part of the world.
Jun 29, 2020 17:42:16 GMT 10
SA Hunter: G'day dani, and welcome.
Jun 29, 2020 18:02:02 GMT 10
texasjim: SA..im a half hour drive from Jacksonville tx.
Jun 30, 2020 23:51:06 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Ok - found it on a map.
Jul 1, 2020 0:16:06 GMT 10
SA Hunter: 6.8mm rain - more to come - my luck it'll rain on my weekend off too.
Jul 1, 2020 18:44:10 GMT 10
Perhaps showing my age here but I've never driven one...
I only buy manuals though and have driven plenty of old cranes/tractors so I guess I could work it out?
Maybe I'm the zombie food on this one lol
My ute was older than me 😉 when I was a teenager (apparently back in the old days 😂😂) very few of us had vehicles that were under 10 years old. And some of us purposely went for a certain vintage of vehicle. B&S utes looked way better in that vintage 😂
Yes.... and I can even pop the bonnet and bash the linkages back into place when they jam 😂😂 pretty embarrassing at a set of traffic lights tho 👌
Not quite as embarrassing when stalling the old galant at the lights with a cactus starter motor and having to jump out with a hammer and give it the old 3 knocks on the solenoid to loosen the bushes up so it'll start again lol
Last Edit: Aug 26, 2018 15:14:58 GMT 10 by Joey: Because, I'm Batman
By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail. -- Ben Franklin
Smart luck is when you work your arse off, so when the opportunity presents itself, you don't have to pray for dumb luck.
I remember learning to drive all those years ago... I'd driven a few floor-shifts so when a guy at work asked if I could drive a manual I asked for the keys. I sat in the driver's seat, looked at the floor to find no type of shifter, and looked over at him. He was p*ssing himself laughing. Smartass.
I did like that ute though... I've always had a soft spot for WB Holdens of all body types.
It really shouldnt matter what the gearing configuration is or even if the gear change is on the floor, column or dashboard (yip driven one! Thats horrible...) 'cause 5 minutes spent checking the wagon out and its 'drive method' would be 5 minutes that might save you and yours later grief and /or lives...car crashes will still kill in the Apoc, lol...