John Morris

On the Job, It's Hot!

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And the saga continues! 

Today at 11:30 AM. 

My truck.

And this seems to only be happening when it's hot!

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I'm pretty sure the only other time a tire can go flat is if it's raining (buckets) or the snow is 3' deep.

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18 minutes ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

I'm pretty sure the only other time a tire can go flat is if it's raining (buckets) or the snow is 3' deep.

 

And running late.

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you mad at your truck John...

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8 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Same one ya got stuck? Bad luck truck. Or, poltergeists at work. 

"Who do ya call...."

The truck busters!

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6 hours ago, Stick486 said:

you mad at your truck John...

I am beginning to think Stick, I don't know man.

This time I ran it too close to a curb over a catch basin inlet, the curb face had a steel protective bar embedded in the concrete face of curb, that danged bar crimped my sidewall and she blew. My chainman unloosened the lug nuts, I jacked up the truck, took forever with that small lil ol bottle jack. I about passed out! I had to jack it up though, youngblood would of taken too long, and he's twenty years younger. I still got it.

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On 6/20/2017 at 0:46 AM, John Morris said:

I still got it.

Like the T-shirt says: "OLD GUYS RULE"!  :D

John

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