PYP SUMMER...post your pic or a pic you took

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  1. Boots

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    Temp stats since Jan 28th from my weather station

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  2. HairyAss

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    First time going to an NFL game. Colts/SeaHawks.

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    How TF do you manage 10.9
     
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    Even with gentle driving I was lucky to see 13 on my taco.
     
  5. dpwu32

    Is it summer yet?

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    200km of that tank was doing 90km/h through Kananaskis last Monday. Brought the average down. I usually get around 11.5-12.0 per 100L.
     
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    Usually in the 12-13 range. Manual vs. Auto maybe.
    Have you read up on the new TSB for the ECU flash? Apparently it greatly improves the drivability.
     
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    I had the OV Tune on mine and while it did improve power and throttle response it did not do much for all the hitchiness and quirkiness through the rpm band. Mine was a 2017 6MT TRD Sport. I loved everything about the truck but I really wish they had left the old 4.0 in it. The 3.5 left a lot to be desired. I'd be interested to hear what the oem reflash does for the driveability.
     
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  8. dpwu32

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    I haven't, but have been considering the OVTune. Sounds like the new version does wonders for the shifting in the auto.

    Mine is an '18 SR5, DCLB. I love the truck, but the auto transmission (mostly just when towing or driving in the mountains) leaves a bit to be desired. Not bad enough to make me want to trade in or anything, but it's quirky. No complaints with the engine.
     
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    From what I've read, the new ECU flash is supposed to be a great improvement over stock for both the AT and MT, people currently running the OV Tune have said it's better then their latest tune as far as removing the quickiness...although I personally have never had any issue with the way the MT drives, but will be getting the ECU flashed.
     
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    Greg's sisters camp on an island in Prospect Bay! :)

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    I have to ask are those supposed to be shorts? or did his pants just shrink?
     
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    :lol: they are his shorts...its the way the picture is taken. They are not actually like that.
     
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    Clearly capris
     
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    I was going to ask how the clam digging was going.
     
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    I prefer below/on the knee shorts myself.
     
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    Greg won't wear anything above the knee. :kekeke:
     
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    And sick capris they are
     
  18. Cheddar

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    Ooooh that Greg!!
     
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    chin strap
     
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    I didn't think these things were sold past 1998 where do you find them is stitches still a thing? For real it just looks like his pants shrunk.
     
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    Honestly, they are so old. He most likely did get them from Stitches :lol:
     
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    Had an older visitor land in my yard this week. She was in good physical condition but she was near the end of her life. Some may say it was too much to keep her comfortable and fed until she passed within a few hours of landing but I'm thankful she was able to feel some affection and trusted a human and her two slobbery companions to keep her safe in her final hours. (And yes..I'm a sap!)
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    I have a beautiful yellow garden spider hanging out in my yard. She's gorgeous!!
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    I've been evacuated from the 19th floor of 1801 Hollis 3 times in less than 24h due to a malfunctioning piece of fire alarm equipment ... If it happens again in going the frig home.

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    Is it summer yet?

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    Better man than me. I'd be done after the second one (assuming I had to climb 19 flights of stairs). :rofl:
     
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    Does this apply to false alarms?

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    You’ve stayed for one fire alarm longer than I would :rofl:
     
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    Does it apply to taking a photo with one hand and then uploading it later? it's all a grey area... :P
     
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    Crib mattress? Looks like what we bought for dog beds, got two of em upstairs along the wall. Never did get around yet to building a little frame for them.
     
  31. Boots

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    Did an oil change on the car this weekend. Was actually my first time doing one myself :o

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    Hope you didn't get any on that nice concrete!

    Also...your lawn needs mowed :/
     
  33. Boots

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    Not a drop on the driveway. Lawn is a mess right now. Local kids mow it for me and they've been MIA. I've been holding off for them but it looks like they are going to miss out.
     
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    Nice, didn't realize you found replacement mowing kids! Was doing the oil change yourself worth $100 (assuming synthetic and a premium for S2K filter), just curious. I can't justify the time/materials cost to do it myself.
     
  35. Boots

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    I actually scored and Canadian Tire had Mobil 1 Synthetic on for $28/4.4L so the change only cost me $50 this time :cool: I did buy a few tools to make the job easier but that was more of a long term investment. It was a lot of work but it's nice knowing I did it myself. I'm going to do the tranny and diff fluids next :cool:
     
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