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Old 06-20-2013, 12:07 PM   #151
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Rules:
1) There are no rules.
2) There never have been any rules.
3) There never will be any rules.

Other than those, I encourage common sense.
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:17 PM   #152
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I don't have any crazy rules, I just want people to have respect for my truck and not tear it up. I allow people to eat and drink in my truck, just be careful with it. I mean how hard is it to put the tailgate to load something large in the bed so you don't scratch the side of my truck up? Some people don't under stand that and I have the scratches to prove it. I also don't like makeup/ lipstick in my truck because one time my gf dropped her lipstick and got it all over my carpet, but she still gets away with that one.
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:13 AM   #153
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Rules:
1) There are no rules.
2) There never have been any rules.
3) There never will be any rules.

Other than those, I encourage common sense.
@Ford850 Ha ha, common sense? What's that now days? That's why so many people who has commented on this thread has rules. On another thread about wives driving their truck, there are a lot of upset people because their own spouse don't take care of their stuff. This is why people's stuff get messed up, scratched up, etc cause there is no common sense....You got to have rules or you'll be fixing or cleaning something on your truck all the time.
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:32 AM   #154
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Still new rules are being posted, I like the "don't touch the headliner" I don't think anyone has put no pushing on the back of the seat yet. That was a big one when I was growing up.
@Mattm400. Yeah you'll be surprised how many people's cars I have seen the headliner dirty. I wonder my self, why is it dirty from the start place? And yeah I put seat protectors on the back of my seats cause my little ones have put their feet on my seats.
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@Mattm400 I'm sure there is plenty more new "Do Not" that can be added. Such as 1. When truck goes in for service, don't put dirt or grease on my door handles, steering wheel, etc.
2. Do not have keys and other stuff in your hand that will scratch on the door near the handles when getting in.
3. Do not slam my doors either. My girls do stuff like that cause the door is heavy and they are 3 and 4 years old so they figure the door is heavy so they slam it.
4. Do not use your foot to keep the doors propped open so it does not smash your leg. This has not happen in my truck but I have seen I others do it to their own.
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Old 06-21-2013, 01:25 AM   #156
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Very true!!! When I took my brand new 03 F350 King Ranch in for it's first oil change the tech got a big blob of grease on my leather steering wheel!! I made them replace the wheel!! Wtf? Don't people care!?
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I like my truck.

I love my grandkids.

When they are in my truck they can just about do anything they want.

Rules? I don't have no stinking rules.
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@Mattm400. Yeah you'll be surprised how many people's cars I have seen the headliner dirty. I wonder my self, why is it dirty from the start place? And yeah I put seat protectors on the back of my seats cause my little ones have put their feet on my seats.
What seat covers did you end up going with? The ones I've seen online are crazy expensive and I'm looking for cheaper ones against the turmoil of the kiddos (two boys 8 and 6).
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No Farting I had a no smoking or eating rule....then the wife started to ride with me ,,ALOT!! can't tell a woman ****.

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