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Old 02-10-2013, 12:19 AM   #4491
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New here. Marine officer from Texas, currently stationed in North Carolina.
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I'm an employee in the tire manufacturing business. I live in Easley SC.
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I am St Paul Fire Fighter/EMT and a Navy Reservist living in St Cloud Minnesota.
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Retired Air Force working for a government agency in Tulsa, living in Broken Arrow, OK.
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:02 AM   #4495
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Retired Air Force working for a government agency in Tulsa, living in Broken Arrow, OK.
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It's just stiff and hard
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:32 AM   #4496
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Hello all! Im new to this forum stuff but heard alot of good things about it. Alot of helpful info about ford trucks. Im a chemical surveyor at Exxonmobil Baytown. Looking forward to chatting with everyone!
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New forum new ride. First time Ford Truck owner here. Traded in my Single Cab short bed chevrolet for a Semi-new 2010 Ford F150 FX2 Crewcab w/ only 15k miles on it. Lovin it so far.

As for my occupation I work for an Environmental Engineering company here in deep south texas. My position is Production manager - in charge of drafting, plans and exhibits.
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:15 AM   #4498
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Welcome to the forum guys. Tons of info here and everyone's nice.....most of the time.

Update on my part. I live in the north eastern part of AR. I work for Storm Services, LLC and travel all over the country surveying power grid outages assessing damage and what needs trees trimmed etc. This last week I've been all over E Mass. on contract from National Grid helping those guys get the power back on. I'm sitting in Boston Logan right now heading home. Haha
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It used to be that Oklahoma was Chevy country (I've had a couple of Silverados myself). Lately though it seems Ford has really upped their game. There's also the fact they've done it without taxpayer's help. Both my sons recently bought Fords so I started looking at them. Found this one and I was over being a Chevy guy and traded in my Titan! This is the one I will probably own for at least 10 years and it will probably last longer than me.
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Hi. I from texas I service water wells I drive a 2011 f150
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