Here are the details: Meet up at the McDonald's parking lot at I-5 Exit 72 between 9 and 10am. Everyone can figure out something for breakfast prior to meeting up. The McDonalds is on the East side of I-5. There is also a Burger King. Depart McDonalds at 10 a.m. and head for the Toledo Food Bank. (I will call them Tuesday morning and set up the food drop off). Anyone who would like to eat at Spiffy's can fall in line as the group passes. From Toledo, head for Johnson Ridge with a couple sightseeing stops on the way. We should be at Johnson ridge sometime between 12 and 1. Time at Johnson Ridge will be weather dependent as usual. If everyone wants to stop at the pizza place in Castle Rock for lunch, post up so we can give them a somewhat accurate head count for seating. If anyone is on any other diesel truck sites, feel free to pass the word.
For everyone with a CB (highly recommended) we will run channel 10.
Sorry for the last minute confusion but after seeing many of the posts I think meeting at Spiffy's will work best. I haven't called Spiffy's about reserving the back room. If someone wants to do that it would be great. I was told that there were issues with eating at Spiffy's and thus the different meeting location but I think Spiffy's works for the meeting place since there are quite a few that are planning on eating there. If you don't want to eat there, eat before you get there. The Shell next door usually has cheaper fuel as well. We will leave Spiffy's at 10am
Can anyone recommend a good shop in the Seattle area? Particularly Kent, Renton, Auburn?
I've had my truck for about 2 years now and up until now I've done all the work myself, but lately I've been so slammed with work I have no time to pop the hood. Looking for a shop that does quality work...
am looking for a 7.3 guru to work on my truck. Is there anybody in the Bay Area that is recommended ?
Last year I paid a backyard mechanic to do a bunch of work and wasn't satisfied with the outcome. I'm looking to have somebody that knows these trucks inside out go through it.
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