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Old 10-27-2014, 01:46 PM
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Old 10-27-2014, 01:58 PM
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My User Name is Rangie1980; AKA Randall Price.
Started working at Montgomery Wards Auto Center in the 70's in High School. Took Auto Mechanics in High School and worked 6 years after High School as a Mechanic. Joined the Army for 22 years as a Bradley System Mechanic. Retired 2008 now I am a Maintenance Fleet Supervisor at an Oil Field Service Company.
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:20 PM
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Welcome rangie1980 and thank you for your service. Some great answers you've given on sure track.
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Old 10-28-2014, 09:04 AM
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Old 10-29-2014, 11:57 AM
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hey,my name is dave been repairing cars,trucks and motor homes since 1983 and have spent a dozen at diffrent dealers but always prefered to work on all makes,dealerships become well....the same until the next line,started in an auto electric shop being... well older i do you know the crazy "fun" stuff did my own for 5 yrs but wife was ready to divorce and i made a choice,still married,at the same shop now for 13 yrs,been with mitchell for a very long time and have no complaints !! live in tampa florida area since 76 still ride motocross as much as i can and yeah summer is REALLY hot here
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Old 10-29-2014, 02:36 PM
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Hey guys, call me Matt. I am eastpennmanuf on Suretrack. I'm a 1994 graduate of Ford's Asset program, spent 94 to 05 front line in a high volume ford dealer eventually working as a A tech, and have been a fleet maintenance tech for a large lead acid battery manufacturer since. We have a varied fleet of 300 or so cars and light trucks ranging from 91 C1500's to 2014 Acura TL's. We also have an over the road, day cab, and straight truck fleet of approx. 175 units that get worked on on the heavy side of the shop. As well as having all my original Ford certs (was very close to my Masters), I've been going to the AASP's annual Tech Train seminars since 08 to try to stay current. We have a fairly modern shop using Snap on's Modis with the Vantage and scope, Ethos, and EVAP system tester/smoker. I'm a big fan of knocking heads on any and all issues, and always appreciate everyone's input! I've been on the receiving end of top quality help and advice on Shopkey5, Suretrack, and have always tried to give as good as I get.
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Old 10-29-2014, 03:51 PM
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Welcome to this side of the street DekaFleetTech-!!

You use knocking heads and I use rattling the noodle for challenges. My dealer days were in the 80's and yours were in the 90's. I feel sorry for you having to work on FORDs though (ROFLMAO). seriously though, they're ALL THE SAME. The principles of ohm's law and Pascals law, etc, etc havn't changed.

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Old 10-30-2014, 10:32 AM
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Old 10-30-2014, 12:17 PM
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hi there greatins frome the north east home of all things rotted and crodded my name is Ron and ive been in the auto indestry for about 20 years lost track of time lol ive worked for toyota gm ford and other after market auto repair companys im not on shure track yet need to pay off new scanner first but will be there soon i hope
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Ratherbefishing75, welcome, Do you have Mitchell or Shop Key ? If you do you can get on Sure Track for free, if that offer is still standing. Do you still get a free subscription with a software update purchase or scanner purchase ?
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