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do they salt roads in conneticut?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by ryan22re, Apr 6, 2006.

  1. ryan22re

    ryan22re 1/2 ton status

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    do they? :D
     
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    87BrnRsd 1/2 ton status

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    oh im sure....
    -Harrison
     
  3. ryan22re

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    found a 94 3/4 burb down the street 454 vinyl interior 4x4. gonna go look at it tomorrow. just wondering if im gonna be looking at a rust bucket or not.
     
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    diesel4me 1 ton status Premium Member

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    they surely do!

    Every time I go to the casino's the roads are white as Casper the ghost after a storm!...I'd pay extra attention to the fuel and brake lines,gas tank sending units rot out fast around here too..the bodies on 88 up GM's hold up better than the older ones,but not in every case...I've seen a few 90's trucks with so much rot on the frame they broke already!...

    Seeing the truck your going to look at is a BBC and sounds nice,maybe they took good care of it and didn't use it much in the winter..one can hope anyway..:crazy:
     
  5. OrangeCrushK10

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    I've been told "yes" by a person living there. so watch for rust and suc underneath.
     
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    yeah but not bad. i live right on the coast and roads arent horrible. if the person took one iota of care of the burb then it should be nice;)
     
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    if it was detroit,michigan there would not be much left of it.:haha: :haha: mine was so rotted out that when it was time to put the new body on all we did was throw straps over and threw the door openings and pull it off.we didn't touch one bolt.and it came off like a banana peel. i have pics.:rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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    could be a rustbucket. iam pretty sure they do salt the roads, even on the coast where we dont get as much bad weather.
     
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    if its been an outdoor truck all its life then its gonna have rust for sure


    good luck
     

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