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10-Ring

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10-Ring last won the day on October 3 2019

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About 10-Ring

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    Aspiring grumpy old retired fart
  • Birthday December 8

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    Mt. Juliet, TN
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    Fishing, boating, guns, hunting, fishing.
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    this and that

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  1. We bought my wife a 2019 CRV last year. It's a great car and has done everything expected. We were initially going to buy used but we we're only going to be able to save two to $3,000 buying slightly used over new. Add to that that Honda has very good financing options if you have good credit, as in under 2%. And it was pretty much a no-brainer to buy new. The CRV and the Camry are kind of two separate animals. It's my opinion that the CRV is much more versatile and I like the fact that ours has all-wheel drive. That said I'm a Toyota guy.
  2. Geneology is a hobby of mine. This is a pretty big deal.
  3. If you have no sentimental ties to them there is a few hundred dollars there between them. I'd put each of them in the $100-200 range depending on condition. Not a ton of value in reproductions, but those look like they are in decent shape and serviceable. Someone else may come along and contradict me, and I wouldn't argue with them.
  4. I will be upgrading to a newer Tundra and I hope that I like it as much as I like this one. I explored going the diesel route, but I'm trying to keep cost under $25k, and really just didn't feel confident about my options in that price range.
  5. 2004 Toyota Tundra. I've had this truck almost 7 years and it has been a fantastic truck. I'm only selling to get a bigger truck because we bought a camper and it's too big to tow with this truck. 198k on the clock. Timing belt replaced at 160k. I bought the truck with 120k on it and it's never given me trouble of any kind other than having to replace a wheel bearing. Has Michelin tires on it and I've made oil changes using Mobil 1 full synthetic regularly. 4.7 V8 and 4x4. Located in Lebanon, Tn. Asking $10,500 I honestly have not gotten this truck ready to sell (cleaned up) yet as I drive it daily. But my FIL is in town so I have access to an extra vehicle, so now would be a good time for me to sell and be looking for my replacement vehicle while we are not a one vehicle family. Going to try to get her cleaned up this weekend and will post more pictures then.
  6. 2011 Corolla, 108,000 miles. I've owned since 53,000, two previous owners were family members. I believe that it came into the family with about 25k miles. Regular oil changes with Mobil 1 full synthetic oil. No issues with anything. Good Michelin tires and recent battery replacement. It's been a great car and I've had no problems with it. I would put my wife and kids in this car and send them anywhere (That kind of sounds like a good idea!). Priced under KBB. Located in Lebanon, Tn. Asking $7400 Reduced $6500 firm
  7. Thank you sir, I was trying to figure out when I was going to have time to run to Chattanooga.
  8. Ever get towards Nashville or Murfreesboro?
  9. I was leaving Home Depot in Lebanon yesterday evening and there was a guy in a minivan gathering the gunshow signs in the area. I didn't know if the show had been cancelled, or if he just didn't like the idea of a gun show.
  10. Early bird got the worm! I have several of GT's knives. You are going to love it!
  11. I think that's just 1 head and a guard.
  12. I picked up a Kobalt 80V trimmer a few years ago in hopes that my wife would use it (not even once) but I like it. It tackles everything except overgrown brush well. If it went out today I would replace it with the same. Got the companion 80V blower, it's great too.
  13. Thought this video was relevant to the conversation. I believe my only criticism of that he stopped and by doing so places himself in danger, and then he got out. I don't know the circumstances of him actually hitting the protestors, but if I were in that situation I would proceed away from the crowd and then call 911 if I were so inclined. Don't know if video can be embedded, but here is the link. https://youtu.be/w022eEJdGsA

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