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  1. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    I’d hate to be the poor mechanic at the shop. I bet they’re done ever dealing with him again. For someone that can’t even adjust a leveling valve, he sure expects a lot of answers from others. We used to call that attitude being a Chronic Malcontent. He wouldn’t understand no matter what anyone says. Not even pictures would help. I suggest he sell the Truck ASAP. It’s obviously cursed.
     
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  3. Ridgeline

    Ridgeline Road Train Member

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    No one is fighting anything, the shop accepted a liability to get rid of you. It happens all the time!

    you did?

    We don’t know what kind of truck, we don’t know what you haul, we don’t know why you replaced the airbags.

    you didn’t explain much.

    Then why didn’t you go to the dealership first?

    Actually just the opposite, many explained with information based on your ramblings, so there is a lot of good information here.

    true.

    well there is a lot of truth about a cursed truck.
     
  4. Derailed

    Derailed Road Train Member

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    This has to be a troll. If not, someone is off there meds.
     
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  5. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    Obviously, everyone else has been playing along. Lol.
     
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  6. Humbretrucking

    Humbretrucking Light Load Member

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    she likes it..
     
  7. Humbretrucking

    Humbretrucking Light Load Member

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    Y’all are not so bright.. we are laughing at your responses.. truly

    I explained my story exactly..

    in fact google the topic and find correct answers..

    I don’t think it’s funny to make fun of illiterate people.. however y’all asked for it..


    who skipped cardio today ?? Let’s talk about something legitimate!!
     

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  8. Humbretrucking

    Humbretrucking Light Load Member

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    Y’all the truckers.. that record people instead of helping.. you don’t even educate yourself correctly before speaking..


    not one of you can show me where this information is false.. backed by proven facts not just man’s theory..

    Axle flex.. is important

    and height should be as the manufacture designed it..

    Drivers are trained to look for mechanical problems..

    Drivers are not trained to fix mechanical problems..

    I pointed out the air bags are over inflated & the shop mechanic disagreed.. the over inflation put pressure on the driveline.

    I’m done explaining this story.. I have a life to tend to.

    you people might be right on some topics however this one is clean & cut..
     
  9. Long FLD

    Long FLD Road Train Member

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    Not one person said that proper ride height isn’t important. What has been asked multiple times and what you’ve never answered is how did the ride height get changed? Simply changing air bags doesn’t do it. So did the first shop mess with your leveling valve and then not want to mess with it when you brought it to their attention?

    As far as what “drivers” should and shouldn’t do…..you’re not a driver anymore once you bought your truck. It’s important to find shops you can trust if you don’t want to do simple repair jobs yourself. You’re lucky this shop is working with you on fixing your truck.
     
  10. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    In other words, you still haven’t figured it out. Too busy trying to blame others for you're own incompetence. Typical of today’s mentality. Blame others, avoid any responsibility for mistakes.
     
  11. kemosabi49

    kemosabi49 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    You come one here asking questions, but when you don't like the answers, you start insulting the people that were trying to help. This thread is done
     
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