Got heat?

FuzzyOne Posted By FuzzyOne, Feb 11, 2007 at 1:01 AM

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  1. FuzzyOne

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    I had some lettering left over and thought ....why not! I think it makes a statement. ;-P
     

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    Great pic!
     
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    Very nice !!
     
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    Looks great! That pile is heat, and money, in the bank.
     
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    GOT WOOD!! :)
     
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    Great pic & avatar . . I think it might even be better than Hogwildz' caveman ;)
     
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    indeed :) my ears are burnin'
     
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    I hate to say this, but "Get Wood" is being put on each side of the I beam. :) I had just enough letters left over.
     
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    ROFLMAO! That's great! I'm sure that'll turn heads!

    One somewhat related question...in NJ, do you need plates for your splitter? A couple of buddies and I went in on a tow splitter and Massachusetts in all it's wisdom has made it darn near impossible to get a straight answer about plates, registering and trailer lights. Just curious...not that NJ laws apply here, but I'm wondering out loud.
     
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    Well, to be honest, I'm a LEO. I've looked into registering the splitter with our DMV. It does not come with a title or certificate of origin, so it would have to be registered as a homemade trailer. Current trailer registrations in this state are $8+ depending on it's weight and purpose. I just never got around to doing it. Legally, it could be considered an unregistered vehicle.....and a summons could be issued for about $50. All depends if the cop is under his quota that month or if he really is trying to go for the toaster. ;-P
     
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