1987 Chevy Suburban 4x4 1/2 ton 350-automatic/overdrive,3in.lift on 33 in. tires.seats 8 and is great for hunting/camping cause I can sleep in the back!
I would bet you drive your Toyota most of the time, the burban can be expensive of fuel
since I am Mr. Mom for awhile I have to drive the "man van" with the 2 car seats and picking kids up from school and all that shit.fortunately the back windows are tinted real dark so i dont remove all my guns when i go onto school property.lol and the toyota needs brakes again after i let the wife drive it for a bit.warped rotors and flat ass BBQed the rear drum brakes.dont ask me how...the wife drives her 97 4x4 suburban and i drive this one.i do like driving it since what can hurt a tank like this?not a prius!LMAO and i keep the front hubs in so all i have to do is shift into 4x drive to hang a u turn in a ditch or field or?
Before I bought the subie, I was lumbering around in a 95' Ram 3500 4x4 dually with the 8liter no less, god that thing was thirsty. It was no good for wheelin either, syspention was way too stiff, you would either constrict yourself with the autoratcheting seat belts or bounce your head off the roof.
Some women are just hard on brakes I guess, nature of the beast...lol
97 Dodge 1500 that I'll hang on to until the wheels turn square. Ain't nothing better than a vehicle with no payments. The wife, however, shuttles around in a 2007 Durango, Hemi and all. It sucks the fuel but has tons of power. I still have this dream of having a nice boat some day to tow behind it.
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I was prescribed and am taking acetaminophen/cod#3(as written on the label)and have a hell of a time sleeping.is it the meds?my other prscription is methocarbamol 500mg.i take 1 codeine in the AM and 2 methocarbomols then repeat at night as per my doctor.but i just cant sleep.it's the meds right?
Most people get sleepy with the codeine but I've seen that about 15 percent or so perk up when they take it. I would bet that the codeine is what is keeping you awake at night. You might try to take the codeine/apap combo earlier in the evening and see if you sleep better. The effects of the tabs are not that long and codeine isn't really that effective in low doses. Try taking it around six or so when you're home and then continue to take the methocarbamol later in the evening. See if that helps. Also, are you still in pain when you're trying to sleep or do have some relief with the meds? Give it a try and let me know.
i will try it that way and let ya know.rite aid pharmacists just wont make the time to talk to me.
Those corporate pharmacists get their asses handed to them every day by the amount of work they have to do. They don't have time to eat, piss or even sit down during a standard ten hour shift. Bless thier hearts, they're nothing but high paid factory workers. You want a pharmacist who will talk to you, find a little mom and pop store. You've got to remember that $4 prescriptions equals $4 service.
since i am dealing with lotsa prescriptions right now with my back injuries can i just email ya with questions?
if so here is my email
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I don't check e-mail very often but my wife let's me know if there's something important there.
It looks like a truck anyways. Tell us about it too please.
82 toyota pickup