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Old 10-20-2003, 01:17 PM
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Hmmmmmm upon further investigation it may be a little over 40,000 lbs - BH
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Bring another wrecker - BH
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Well I guess you won't need any coffee after that. Hope everyone's okay

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Hey Joker, I don't want to give away your secret to the next brake through in boat design , but your not going to glue steel ball bearings to the bottom of your boats to make them go faster are you !?!?

IT WON'T WORK ! They'll RUST ! you have to get stainless ones !!!
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Real good job they did on your concrete work !
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don't you know,, it's all ball bearings these days...
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woah... damn, who would have ever thought that the concrete you are standing on will do that(granted there was a LOT of weight on it)
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I was wondering same thing when looking at the picture. Did the concrete give way or did the jack leg of the trailer fold or both? Either way, I am glad no one was hurt.

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