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The Huggies wipes do look a wee bit out of place, though.
Thems for the cleanin up chit thread. If you aint't never used them. That is probably the best thing I ever found out about from having kids. I got baby wipes in all my vehicles and in half the rooms in the house. They are extremely handy.
 

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Thems for the cleanin up chit thread. If you aint't never used them. That is probably the best thing I ever found out about from having kids. I got baby wipes in all my vehicles and in half the rooms in the house. They are extremely handy.

The reason I really noticed the Huggies is because the wife keeps some in our RV all the time. And, when we go on the road with our work gig, some go with us then as well.
 

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Thems for the cleanin up chit thread. If you aint't never used them. That is probably the best thing I ever found out about from having kids. I got baby wipes in all my vehicles and in half the rooms in the house. They are extremely handy.
We keep them in our travels as well as clorox spray. When checking into a hotel room, it gets sanitized.
 

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Which is opposite of what I had to do. Still trying to figure out why this is happening.
On earlier versions of my previous car, the rear pads would wear out faster because of the traction/yaw control system--it used differential braking on the rear. If your truck has trailer sway control, it could be doing the same thing.
 

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On earlier versions of my previous car, the rear pads would wear out faster because of the traction/yaw control system--it used differential braking on the rear. If your truck has trailer sway control, it could be doing the same thing.
I have it, and that has to be the issue. Now it makes sense. Thanks!
 

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The reason I really noticed the Huggies is because the wife keeps some in our RV all the time. And, when we go on the road with our work gig, some go with us then as well.
We gave and still give CARE packages to our troops overseas. The main thing they always ask for is baby wipes. Especially in the sandbox.
 

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