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  • About jgger
    Year
    2003
    Make
    ford
    Model
    f150
    Body
    scab
    Trim
    xlt
    Color
    dark gray
    Biography
    tired old scoutmaster
    Location
    Corona, Crazyfornia
    Interests
    naps
    Occupation
    carpenter
  • Signature
    Love my box stock V-6
    Taking my guns to keep me "SAFE".......Is like taking my jacket to keep me "WARM!"

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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 05:58 PM
  • Join Date: 10-23-2009

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  1. 04-26-2017 04:40 AM
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  2. 05-13-2016 01:52 AM
    Mine is a 65. And I know what you mean about the sound, it still gives me the willies! What a lot of people don't realize is that the early ones had aluminum fenders and there were 2 different type motors for them. One had a straight crank (both pistons up and down but on different strokes). The other one had a 180* crank (one piston up and one down).

    I rode the crap out of mine in the dirt, imagine a 130 lb. kid on a bike that weighed 2 1/2 times the rider flying over jumps and doing hill climbs. Man those were the days!
  3. miniceptor86
    05-12-2016 07:09 AM
    I lusted after the 305 Scrambler, well actually the two-fifty. I worked at a gas station and two guys used to ride past occasionally with red versions, no inserts or snuff-er nots just the raw sound of that twin revving out. That sound! Made the Beezers and Triumphs sound like grandpas two cylinder John Deere. Nothing sounds as good as that engine, even to this day it gives me goosebumps. And as far as I'm concerned the scrambler series were the only bikes that Honda got the styling right back in the sixties. I thought the Dreams and the Hawk looked terrible. I liked the styling so much that I now have a CL 90 and a CL 160 parked beside the 305. Of all the CL's though the early 250's were the best looking with the minimal rear fender.
  4. 10-28-2011 10:09 PM
    Maybe I'm a bit older, I saw it at the Drive in when it first came out! Ha ha!
  5. 10-28-2011 07:59 AM
    Jim:

    Yes, the screen name is from the movie. I remember watching it on AMC years back.
  6. 07-19-2011 06:06 PM
    Hey man.im the guy with the heritage f-150 v6 with start up problem ,i just got my intake manifold fixed but its still starting like crap in the morning., ive replaced my plugs,oil, air ,fuel , and oil filter. maybe its my fuel pump goin out?? not seeing to much signs of it though. tell me what you think
  7. Raptor05121
    07-09-2011 03:47 PM
    because its a pain in the butt to untie that thing and hand cart it around. hangar wall shows off the cutoff and thats basically what i wanted so im happy
  8. Raptor05121
    07-09-2011 03:47 PM
    because its a pain in the butt to untie that thing and hand cart it around. hangar wall shows off the cutoff and thats basically what i wanted so im happy
  9. 05-12-2011 02:17 PM
    Hey jgger, long time don't talk. Listen, I just posted a question about if its ok to disconnect the Oxygen Sensor in my truck without causing more trouble. The thing is that it looses power and the speed drops real fast, even though I push the gas pedal nothing happens and I have to leave it pushed and wait for about 15-20 seconds before the truck picks up speed again. once start doing it it will keep doing very often that is scary, like every 5 minutes. Once I stop to park the truck seems to have the "shakes" like running out of gas. By the way, I'm visiting Rialto and I remember you live in Corona, is that right? later pal
  10. 02-28-2011 12:17 PM
    Jim,

    Despite what some seem to think you don't have to be a vet to understand the issues. I know I'm a butt sometimes, but those "kids" and their "enthusiasm" sometimes causes me to lose it.
    Well, everyone can't be perfect like you and I!

    I really enjoyed hearing what your town does for vets, wish we did more of it all over. I'm not a big joiner, very seldom go to Vet meetings, but I do keep in touch locally and belonged to my old VFW post in NJ until a few years ago.
    We're about to get a rain storm here and I still have a load or two of wood to drag up out of the woods in the backyard. Time to get back to work.

    Thanks,
    john
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