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JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for September 28, 2020

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    Darsan54 Premium Member 2 months ago

    His very good suggestion?

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    jagedlo  2 months ago

    following up on yesterday’s JumpStart…

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    Enter.Name.Here  2 months ago

    He said “Let’s see if this truck can break 100mph” (SHOVE!)

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    alien011  2 months ago

    How rude. That truck deserves better. Give it a propper Viking burial and see if the insurance company still pays.

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    GirlGeek Premium Member 2 months ago

    Did he suggest buying a new car

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    sueb1863  2 months ago

    I hope Charlene is charging him for this.

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    derdave969  2 months ago

    I’m guessing it involved anatomic impossibilities.

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  2 months ago

    What was it?

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    Kirk Barnes Premium Member 2 months ago

    Adjust the ignition timing. There’s only one per motor…

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    jpayne4040  2 months ago

    At some point, the thing will not be able to be fixed!

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    garysmigs  2 months ago

    I thought the truck accelerated so hard that it flung the layer of sod off the cliff and the guys must have been riding in the bed… leaving jojo to be driving, or such…

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    It’d probably just stall halfway down, and need to be towed back up.

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    PoodleGroomer  2 months ago

    It has been 50 years since any engine has had a rotary distributor with a mechanical advance.

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    Flossie Mud Duck  2 months ago

    I’m with whichever brother that is. A car/truck is basically just transportation. As long as it is cheaper to maintain or repair than to buy a new one, keep it!

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    pchemcat  2 months ago

    Keep your truck Marcus, at least it can be worked on. My daily driver has over 246,000 miles on it and is still going strong. I will drive it until it dies and costs more to fix than what it is worth.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 2 months ago

    It’s called the distributor Charlene, and where is your timing light?

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    Gweedo -it's legal here- Murray  2 months ago

    She’s a sweetheart !

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    I'll fly away  2 months ago

    With all the distractions in new vehicles, I’m with him- keep what works and (hopefully) cheaper to be fixed.

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    crbrior  2 months ago

    That old truck was made back in the days you could actually adjust the ignition timer without a computer.

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    Boise Ed Premium Member 2 months ago

    See also today’s Shoe.

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    David Huie Green-What can it hurt?(last words)  2 months ago

    Some appreciate neither challenge nor artistry.

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