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Old 12-19-2012, 08:14 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Pugsley/Hobbfather View Post
It is adviseable, when one has a long, winding, narrow, steep driveway, to place one's road vehicle on the road side of the old, prone-to-breakdown truck that is doing the plowing...especially when the truck runs out of gas halfway down the steep narrow part.

Shoveling a path through the weeds and saplings to go get 5 gallons of gas sucks.

The best part, is when the truck had gas, but the slope moves it all away from the fuel pump...

Should get me through another couple sessions, maybe...

Fuel pickups are in the back of the tank for a reason. You can coast downhill, you can't coast uphill.
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