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Animals.... Blue bomb 2 turkeys 1

Discussion in 'Garage' started by Boltrunner, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Boltrunner

    Boltrunner Full Access Member

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    Pics say it all

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  2. bucket

    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That's a shame. That windshield was even still nice and blue at the top.
     
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    Damn! Did you get the birds at least? Reminds me of when my dad hit a flock of geese with my moms car and blew the windshield out. Yes i said flock lol
     
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    Tenderized bird for dinner!
     
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    Damn. Sorry to see that.

    Other than shot nerves, are you okay?

    Shame about the truck but that can be fixed.
     
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    Yea im ok. I was headed down a gravel road and in the middle of going through a flock of them one jumped up instead of peeling left or right. It was quite funny actually besides needing a new windshield. Much better than my wifes tendency to hit deer
     
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    I stopped and looked on my way home from cutting wood. One was in the middle of the road headless and missing a leg. The other was on the side of the road with most of its back road rashed up lol. If it were more intact it would of come home and went right in the smoker over night.
     
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    Dam, did a number on the windshield. Nice load of wood in the back!
     
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    Yea it looks like ill be learning to replace a windshield soon. That load is for some guy who wanted 2 cords of 4ft long rounds. Those suck stacking in the bed haha.
     
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    After you figure it out, you can come by my place and put one in for me:p
     
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    Id do it in trade for one haha.
     
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    There is a couple at pull a part .Just gotta figure out the removal process. One of the other junk yards has one or 2 but they want 100 each for them
     
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    Removal is super easy if you don't need the rubber. Just remove the lock strip, cut the lip off the rubber and simply lift the glass off the cab.
     
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