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Some things i learned at Dicamba training
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Posted 2/10/2019 07:29 (#7310457 - in reply to #7309389)
Subject: RE: Some things i learned at Dicamba training

Donnellson, Iowa
We noticed the same at many meetings we have gone to this winter. Apparently GM has done well on the farmer market the past few years. Hard to know everyone's back story. If you are a larger operation and it's been around several generations there is more in the vehicle department. Or if that is really important like it is to many of my friends you basically take out a mortgage on a new diesel. I prefer my 03 regular cab 6.0 Chevy(265,000 miles) when I actually need a pickup. Otherwise I truly do live the dream. I drive a 2006 crown vic police interceptor with straight pipes like I stole it. Yesterday I had replacement points for my gladiator, diffusers, 3 teejet on off valves, a control valve and flow meter in the trunk. Add that to a 4 year old and 2 paradymes in the pilot compartment and it just doesn't get much more fun than that mission to the shop. Here is to a safe and minimal complaint dicamba season ;).
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