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Old 03-25-2007, 10:34 PM
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I should be as good as Jeffrey towing the Top Gun with the H2. What do you think???
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4x4, 4 speed, AC / Heat, radio, turn signals.....I'm good to go!
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Old 03-25-2007, 10:38 PM
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You and Nort could ride in that thing and actually look "full" size
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Cool!
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True, but there would be no place to put the child seat for Nort!
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I don't know. Maybe a set of helper springs and keep it in low gear. You should be ok.
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How about some more pics of the boat and the girl
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hey ,strip used a honda element to move his 388 hustler
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How about some more pics of the boat and the girl
We've all seen pics of the boat.....how about just some more of the girl!



Just kidding JBK!
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For a minute I thought you lived in Central America...
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