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Post in 'The Gear' started by nate379, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. nate379

    nate379 Guest

    :eek:

    Better fill up with the "high test" for that load!

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  2. salecker

    salecker Feeling the Heat

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    Looks like one of the gypo wood cutters from around here.
    Taillights??? Don't need no steeking taillights.
    The last load i seem him haul was in a shortbox,had a jockybox in first,hauling 8 ft logs hanging over the tailgate by 2 ft,front tires just touching the ground,lots of faith in the tailgate:rolleyes:
    Just hope they never cause an wreck,sure wish the cops would get the unsafe gypos of the road.
    Thomas
  3. jjs777_fzr

    jjs777_fzr Feeling the Heat

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    That idiot wouldn't make it more than a mile in my area - the MA State Police would see to that.
    If not then the pot holes surely would.
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    WOW crazy
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    Dont mind the mule just load the wagon.
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    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    One pot hole away from a broken axle.
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    That there is a good reason to have really good uninsured/underinsured auto insurance coverage. Bet if he hits you that there is no insurance coverage or very little on his part. Of course, I could be wrong and that is just his beater truck and he has plenty of sense and financial acumen. Still, that is just utterly unbelievable to take such a risk to save a trip and the gas it would cost for that trip.
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    I wonder how far that truck got. It really looks like it is just about to fall apart.
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    Do gotta give them credit for at least putting enough air in the tires.
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    When I pile it that high in my garden cart sometimes pieces fall off just going down the driveway.
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    What?! Wow. :confused:
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    What's wrong with his load? Side boards not high enough?
    Doing it in daylight since headlights are pointed at the moon is smart ;)
    Full load of good dry wood :)
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    You can't fix stupid
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    swagler85 Minister of Fire

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    His receiver is actually touching the pavement, WOW!
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    His motto..."No Split Left Behind"
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    Sort of reminds me of when we used to bale hay. That last load sometimes got pretty high and heavy...
  18. Pallet Pete

    Pallet Pete Guest

    He has done what every wood cutter wants to do ! Screw it there is so much wood here I am not making two trips ! I can buy another car !

    Pete
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    Don't cut any wood mama, cause, "Daddy's Coming Home With A Full Load"....Ken
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    looks like the frame is broke on the truck.
  21. Pallet Pete

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    I think something broke in his head first !

    Pete
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    I agree. That little truck is f^&)*#d!
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  23. salecker

    salecker Feeling the Heat

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    Thats the kind of truck you only put $20 gas in because you don't know when it will die and it would be a waste of gas.
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  24. Sean McGillicuddy

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    I wander if he stole all that wood. looks to lazy to do that much work! Quick take it all before some one sees us!>>

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