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  1. Zerks Says:

    Bagger 288- 1

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  2. Percy Jozwiak Says:

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  3. Clauzir Says:

    Byron,I am sorry to report that the Prerunner has a dinerefft suspension system on it, from the factory. So that means our parts won’t work on a Prerunner! I do not know of any lowering kits being made for your truck, again sorry for the bad news, I will look around to see if I can find something for you, so check back periodically, maybe we’ll get lucky!!Mark

  4. Fernanda Says:

    to give your husband a break beuasce he’s deployed seriously just beuasce he’s deployed, does NOT give him the right to act like that. My husband also told me some things that absolutely broke my heart. At a time when I needed his strength (and I have NEVER asked him for a shoulder to cry on, or encouraging words), he devastated me by telling me our relationship was over. He later apologized and said he didn’t mean it like that, to which I replied we’d talk about it all when he came home.The thing with that is, you have to talk about it. No matter if your routine all falls back into place. It will just be there the next time around (trust me). Yes go talk to the chaplain. If you aren’t the religious type, all you have to do is tell him or her that you’d rather not bring religion into this discussion (it’s actually pretty easy). If your husband won’t go, go yourself. Find books to read (I’m looking now well, that’s what I was doing with I found your question). If he isn’t the book reading type, send him passages you’ve found via email or text message.My husband is the physical type, meaning he shows affection through touch. When we’re apart for 12-15 months, it really wears on him. We have an eight year old and an almost two year old so by the end of the day, I’m done. This doesn’t go over well. I get upset beuasce I’m exhausted and why can’t he see that? He’s upset beuasce he feels I don’t love him beuasce I’m not snuggling (or whatever). He gets needy. I loathe neediness. It’s a vicious cycle and one that gets worse with every deployment (hence that previous *trust me*). We are both intelligent enough to see what the other person needs and that we, ourselves, are being petty at various moments. Except when there is a physical issue and someone is just being selfish (which he’s admitted).I guess I really don’t have much in the way of advice since I’m in the middle of my own deal. What I really wanted you to know is that you aren’t alone. Two, even three years ago, I probably could’ve had all the advice in the world. Don’t sell yourself short. Insist on getting help. Do NOT give him, or yourself, the easy way out. It won’t help anyone. Talk about your goals, about what you both want to do in your life. Show him support (and hope he sees that and returns it ). But don’t give up hope. Welcome him home with open arms and a loving heart (which totally goes without saying).I truly wish you all the best and hope everything works out the way it’s supposed to. And for the record I’m two days shy of 30 and my husband is about 12 days shy of 28 Just to prove that it doesn’t matter how old you are crap like this still happens

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  6. Tyronejero Says:

    She in turn falls for a big lug with half a brain called Captain Hammer.
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