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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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I''ve been looking into indoor storage for my truck this winter . Anybody else here doing this . Just wondering if there are any good storage rates ? The local rates here in the city are a little out of reach .


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Ol Skool store's his !! I'm sure he can help you !

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I store them in Arthur. We can discuss it at the meeting. The rate is real good, but, space is limited.

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Have you considered contacting Jim to store it at his garage in Nobleton?


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Have you considered contacting Jim to store it at his garage in Nobleton?
I never thought of Jim's shop. He may be a little out of reach but it never hurts to ask . Thanks Paul


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I store them in Arthur. We can discuss it at the meeting. The rate is real good, but, space is limited.

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I''ve been looking into indoor storage for my truck this winter . Anybody else here doing this . Just wondering if there are any good storage rates ? The local rates here in the city are a little out of reach .
You mean you don't drive it in the winter? Now I'm confused
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I never thought of Jim's shop. He may be a little out of reach but it never hurts to ask . Thanks Paul
Np, Maybe ask Dave (Skrwz), he stored his truck at Jim's place for the winter at least once that I know of.


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You mean you don't drive it in the winter? Now I'm confused
No John I have a 99 f-150 that I use for winter ...


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There's nothing worse than a lowered truck in snow. Besides, I wouldn't want all that salt over Henry's or Pearl's underside. It's hard enough to keep up with cleaning them in the summer.
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