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Ann-Ohio
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Hi Maddog,
Haven't seen you here in a while. Miss you barking-on about one thing and another.

Speak!

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Wazzzup, MADDOG???

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Maddog? Here good dog. Let us know how you are doing, please.

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HI GANG
I just found this post. I should check in more often.

Thanks for asking!! I just sort of take it one day at a time.

I do all every day that i can,pushing myself so hard.

So the other day i came out of the pain management doctors. That place is downtown Dayton. They had closed my smooth road and detoured me down a terrible street. While i was in there.

It was cold that day. I had installed a special suspension seat in my truck to save my back.

The seat is adjustable and has a shock in it to stop bouncing. The shock oil was cold and stiff.

The oil in the shocks on the axel under the truck was stiff. I checked them the name on the shock said (Bruiser) HD ( NO FREEKING KIDDING).

I got my back blasted!!!! Coming home from the pain doctor!!!! EEKK!!

I ordered air shocks for the axel and installed a softer seat shock,I hope it does not get stiff in the cold.

MADDOG

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Aww, I am so sorry your back got hammered. Hope your new shocks work better.

Do you install those axel shocks yourself??!!. My bad back cramps up just thinking about doing that!

Glad to hear from you .
Stay safe and don't eat any socks!

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Hi ANN
Yes i will slip under there very carefully and install them i hope. the truck sits high that is why i love trucks.
I have air tools and a compressor and hoses.
ZIP ZIP .
I could about sleep under there some times.
I put down old carpet.

No rush got all day.

My neighbor will help me if necessary. not the one neighbor but another one.

MADDOG

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Glad to hear you're still around and kicking!

[hi]

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