Me too, please please???
Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm
The Lord must love stupid people or he wouldn't have made so many.
Why is it that when I am in a hurry, everyone else on the road goes 15 MPH under the speed limit?
get out of my van
I thought I was writing posts in my sleep.
trunking scanner, cool cops and ambulance and facilities maintnance of the local air force base.
camera, for weird crap on the road.
red interior lights for night driving.
indoor out door temp.
holy crap maybe this is why my battery keeps dying.
Be good to your fellow man, not nice. There is a difference.
I have GPS, Valentine1, and Sirius satellite radio built into the dash, we need more 12V plugs
Yeah the red light is for "Driving" you say unhuh so thats how you make extra money and I bet you call it a "side job" too! lol
Originally Posted by answer
i'm just messing with ya!
ok i bite...whats tha free program for laptop...
Originally Posted by KLEINman
Tetherberry works for most carriers.
Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm
"It's always controls"
Since more than one person has asked me about it lol, i have PDAnet. It works with the newer BB, like the tour bold and storm. Dunno about the older ones, its from a site called junefabrics.com, works great!
Originally Posted by crab
Garman and Sirius are a must. Got the new Droid phone from Verizon. That thing is great.
Shooters Committee on Political Education
The world is full of sheep,try not to join the flock.
Support the Skilled Trades, Don't DIY
Looks like a severe choking hazard with all those cords
My Garmin Nuvi 750 has a built in FM transmitter and media player. I stick a loaded 16GB SD card in it and have more music than I can listen too in a month of driving. The nice thing is that if I have it routing me somewhere, it will pause the music, tell me to turn, then unpause the music.
Let's not forget the most important thing to have.....
I drove Ford vans from 2000-2003 new van every 90K miles. They were OK except the brakes were horrible. These were 1/2 ton vans. Way to lite for HVAC work. In 2004 I got the new design Chevy van. It was a 1/2 ton also. I liked the ergonomics better than the Fords. Seemed to be more comfortable. The 4 wheel disc brakes were fantastic.
Originally Posted by ct_hvac_tech
Both the Ford and Chevy had V6 engines. No power niether one held up that good. pretty much a goner at 75K. Chevy tranny was terrible. would not last more than 30k on any of the 15 we had.
Now I drive a Chevy 4x4 2500 HD extended cab pickup with an ARE topper and a great ladder rack. The interior is cloth ergonomicaly adjustable bucket seats. It has the tow package, 6 speed auto/manual tranny, built in XM satellite radio, Garmin Nuvi, laptop stand, 1000 watt inverter with two batteries, wireless 3g air card, I can use any AT&T Internet access portal for free, but the kicker is the 6.2 liter Vortec V8 engine @ 403 HP. Plenty of power to scoot right on down the road. At 12 mpg I am glad I don't pay the gas bill.
They had to talk me into this truck. I wanted a van. I sure am glad I got the pickup. Make those 360 miles in one day calls a lot more bearable. I will never go back to a van unless I have to.
I used to drive 129 miles to a jobsite every day and then 129 miles back home every night. Left my house at 5:30AM and usually got home around 5:00PM. Bob and Tom got me through the mornings and my Ipod got me through the evenings. Long meaningful cell phone chats with the old lady were common also.