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My name is DuramaxDougie and I am from Maine. I have the best truck on this site so don't even try to compare or talk shit. I will straight up whoop your ass on the quarter mile or any race that you want. It's a 2006 Duramax LBZ, the best that money can buy. If anybody needs to know anything about trucks i am your guy. I know everything about anything.


.............................hmmm......i dont know what to say to that.....you sure you have a duramax?...i coulda swore i just heard a powerjoke owner say the exact same thing to me today at the local diesel shop.

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glad i didnt waste my money on a movie.....

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glad i didnt waste my money on a movie.....
x2 i was gonna go out tonight but i think this will get interesting

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hey phil do us a favor and move it to the lounge

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Somebody better and faster? Ha not with this truck. Anybody that wants to come to my shop I will turn your truck into gold. A knuter valve is not particularly located on a certain spot on your truck but it is the malfunction of any mechanical device that does not work. And to answer your spark plug question, if you have a truck you should know how to check a spark plug, but for you special people out there here you go, Remove from the cylinder and look at it there if it is black clean it with a wire brush and check the gapping. you can get the info on gapping on the web from the OEM(original eqiptment manufacture) then buy a gapping tool. if the plug looks to have been melted or if there is yellow spots you should take it to the doctor and have its head examined ( buy doctor i mean dealer.) you have got much bigger problems. When installing it make sure you do not overtighten which makes the threads weaker and the combustions eventually blows out.
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Somebody better and faster? Ha not with this truck. Anybody that wants to come to my shop I will turn your truck into gold. A knuter valve is not particularly located on a certain spot on your truck but it is the malfunction of any mechanical device that does not work. And to answer your spark plug question, if you have a truck you should know how to check a spark plug, but for you special people out there here you go, Remove from the cylinder and look at it there if it is black clean it with a wire brush and check the gapping. you can get the info on gapping on the web from the OEM(original eqiptment manufacture) then buy a gapping tool. if the plug looks to have been melted or if there is yellow spots you should take it to the doctor and have its head examined ( buy doctor i mean dealer.) you have got much bigger problems. When installing it make sure you do not overtighten which makes the threads weaker and the combustions eventually blows out.

Hey douchbag doug, post some pics of your beater so we can make fun of you.

I think I am faster than your LBZ. I know how to tune each individual piston to withstand 2200*



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So wait my compression ignition diesel engine has spark plugs?.... hmmmm cant seem to find them where did you say yours were on your duramax again?

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So wait my compression ignition diesel engine has spark plugs?.... hmmmm cant seem to find them where did you say yours were on your duramax again?
its an aftermarket race part jonsey, you have to special like tool bag dougie to have them

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