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Re: [Shop-talk] Axle ratio?

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Axle ratio?
From: Mike <>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2015 10:05:45 -0700
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I have moved several times, from local to cross-country.  In some ways, 
the long distance is easier, because with short distances, you end up 
making many, many trips.  On a long distance move, you are forced to do 
it more efficiently.  Also, there is more incentive to weed out things 
you don't really need (none of the shop stuff, of course!).  We actually 
left all our living room furniture for the kids to use in their 
apartments, and were 'forced' to buy new when we got to the new house.


On 4/16/2015 5:51 AM, Paul Parkanzky wrote:
> Good luck with the move!  We just moved 25 miles and it wasn't easy.  I can
> only imagine the stress of pulling up stakes to head across the country!
> Regards,
> -Paul

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