When you have had enough cleaning in -26 degree temps and need to blow off some steam!

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  1. Mark Saiger
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    I am hitting the wall!

    Brain Freeze!

    3 Weeks of this cold crap....

    Making steam and snow flakes with the Conway Wand!

    Burn baby...Burn!

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    See you soon.
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    first for me today. -13 degrees and a wind chill of -43. Covered the hoses from van to door with moving blankets. High heat butler set on full heat. Cleaned for 4 hours and home now.
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    Exhaust freezing on tire. lyms pics 001.jpg lyms pics 002.jpg lyms pics 002.jpg
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    I have nothing but respect for all you guys out there toughing it through that brutal weather!

    On the bright side for ya... MF St. Pete is right around the corner... can anyone say Spring Break!
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    Tail pipe a little close to your entrance door.
    Need to be careful and watch out for carbon monoxide.
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    I don't know how you do it Mark. I have 2 trucks down and 3 more that have some issues but are still usable. All cold related problems.

    We did run them hard all week some night as late as 11:00 pm.
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    Mexican made Ford's?
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    I feel your pain, 45 for a high today.
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    All Chevy vans but only 2 are van related.
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    employees don't know or don't care.
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    Some, but its hard to contain heat in sub zero environment. We are unloading a truck load of drying equipment in it. Even though the units are running, that cold is still blowing through the rig for hours.
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    Just saw this, wondered what meg was talking about. I did same thing saturday.
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    Going to be 70° here on Saturday.

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