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  1. Got a 5088 with factory 8 track radio. Had to use boost one day this winter to start the tractor. Radio hasn't worked since. I think all fuses are good under steering wheel. Blower motor, wippers, etc work....just no tunes. Did I fry the radio?
  2. I won't argue with you RKO. It's gotta be paid somehow. Nebraska shouldn't have to pay for it either.
  3. Well the legislature passed a bill for Gage county to increase sales tax to pay for settlement. Governor "can't raise taxes" Rickets vetoed it. Which I guess I understand that, but holy Jesus, Mary, and Joseph I wouldn't want to own any Gage county land! Like I read on Facebook, if your under 52 you didn't vote for or against the county officials, yet those under 52 are the vast majority who will pay for this f*** up. What a mess.
  4. Well on national holidays and a full moon. There's definitely some people who shouldn't, or be educated how to do things. Couple of girls were on the side of the road with a flat and a late 80s Chevy car. They had the bumper jack out and had it on the fender well of the flat tire. Yes I helped them out. The donut was kinda an insult, but I guess I understand that. Mom bought an edge this summer. Looked at a Cherokee, and that's when I noticed the the air compressor. There was a place for a tire, just didn't include it. They spend so much time on gadgets and gizzmos, which is great. Then get cheap on the basics.
  5. Yuppers. Cook my meals over an open flame that I started with 2 sticks!
  6. Yeah that's what the service station guy and I were talking about. Mopar just gives you an air compressor and a can of Fix-A-Flat on one you to figure you'll just pump it up and get to the closest station. What happens if it goes off the bead? You can tear it up then. Heck I'm 8 miles from a town at 268 people and it's 30 miles to get to anything that's above 2000! AAA don't come out that far ๐Ÿ˜‚
  7. Yuppers....and even a 50ยข funnel! Guess I should have asked, but salesman could have showed me too. Actually that's kinda a nice location so once all the bolts are undone it can bounce around back there instead of the floor. Thanks again!
  8. I got a super cab. Thought about Google after my last post. My floor is flat though. I'll have to do some research tonight. I'm more mad now than I was this morning I think. Thanks for your help.
  9. Can you be more specific? I'm in a hurry right now, but quickly looked in the back. I sure don't see any pannels. Do you have to remove the carpet? I'm up and running thanks to my floor jack. Good Lord what do you do on the interstate on Christmas Eve and the turkey is already cold. Mother Ford might get a letter from me for their stupidest idea ever. This is dumber than the 6.0 Diesel imho
  10. Is the nuclear launch code number needed to? I tried quickly in the book index. Couldn't find anything under j for jack or t for tire. Thanks for the info
  11. Sorry about original post. Tried talk to text. Didn't work well.
  12. Ok, so I have been afford man for 20 some years. was out checking cows this morning and had a flat tire on the front of my 2016 f150. As per normal location the spare is up underneath the box. they made a vast improvement on the anti-theft device for the spare tire, I will give them kudos there. After that it goes downhill big time. On extended cabs your jack, tire tool, & breaker bar are underneath the back seat on the passenger side. So I go to get that stuff and there's nothing there. next spot on a Ford is underneath the hood on the passenger firewall and again nothing. So I call the dealer where I got the vehicle ask for the service department. inquire as to the location of the Jack and they say is as I suspected underneath the backseat which there's nothing there. a kind of apologize for the inconvenience and I say well it's not your problem somebody forgot to put that stuff in when they were assembling it. she says well we will have to you'll have to talk to the salesman to see what we can do about it and I say okay and when you let it hang up. Head into town to get my tire fixed because the spare tire will not come down because the wrench that's supposed to let it down does not want to fit in the hole. in the visiting with that guy that's fixing my tire he says they're Chrysler comes with an air compressor and a can of Fix-A-Flat but no tools. which I had noticed that when my mother was car shopping here this summer. granted this is a pickup and I am there are at least smart enough not to put on a donut it's an actual 10 ply tire. as far as I can tell there is no machining or anything done for the location where the Jack, Jack handle, and tire iron should be. Shirley Henry Ford's ancestors weren't cheap enough that they put in a good spare tire and steel wheel with in there too dang cheap to throw in the stuff to get the spare tire down out of the frame and be able to change the damn thing? before I call the dealership and chew but I just thought I would see if anybody else has found this out. I even had to use a Chevy tire iron to get the dang nuts off! kind of a sad deal if they provide the tire but they don't provide everything else to go with it. kind of like me making a blow up doll with the boobs inflate but the rest of it not being anatomically correct ๐Ÿ˜ก
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