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The WTF and Fail Thread o.0

Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by 89Suburban, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. CoggedBelt75

    CoggedBelt75 Full Access Member

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    Not sure if this is already somewhere on the back pages of the thread. To each their own, but in a Chevy heartbeat I would have the cab back where it belongs and drive the crap out of it.

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  2. The88

    The88 What's broken this time?

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    WTF! I know you would want to show that engine off but that just takes the cake.
     
  3. bucket

    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Of course it's in Ohio.
     
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    Can you just imagine how weird that thing is to drive sitting way back there?
     
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  5. Blue Ox

    Blue Ox Turning Diesel Fuel Into Fun

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    I guess we found that "High in the Middle" part.

    'Cause he had to be when he came up with that idea.
     
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    Old77 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Not sure what the point of it is :think:
     
  7. 77 K20

    77 K20 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Nothing like getting rock chips in your paint and a cracked windshield from your own front tires.
     
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    If your steering linkage is longer than your drive train and your exhaust you might be an idiot. Was this a lost bet or something? A lot of work to make that whatchamacallit.
     
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  10. DoubleDingo

    DoubleDingo Vacuum Leaks, The Root Of All Evil

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    That's not the recommended way to get extracted from the mud.
     
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    Snoots Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    That's a little much just to rotate the tires.
     
  12. The88

    The88 What's broken this time?

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    Wonder if the rigging is rated for the load?
     
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