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    Quote Originally Posted by 80sailor View Post
    I'm up north near Plano/121, but work in Addison.

    Have a few Series friends in town, we should have a meet up.
    Hi Sailor,

    I sent you a PM but it does not look like it went through. Yes, a gathering in the Dallas area of Series trucks would be fun. Please try and PM me and I will respond with my contact info.

    Regards,

    David

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    Hi PSMAYS,

    I just purchased 2 packs (4 lights) of these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1. I have not decided if I am going to install three or all four. I will post a photo installed.

    Safe Travels,

    David

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    The 300 Tdi really wants a 5 speed and 3.54 diffs to truly fly. If his Santana has gears like in a Series, then the gearing is very low for that engine. Even at WOT it will be screaming and going nowhere. That's a whole other discussion tho....

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