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post #1 of 6 Old 11-29-2006, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
 
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Changing the tire on a moving car!

Not sure if this has any value, but interesting non the less.
YouTube - Tyre change while doing a donut=

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Re: Changing the tire on a moving car!

I saw "Pete" do that with his H2 once.
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Re: Changing the tire on a moving car!

All that guy is doing is contributing to global warming.
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Re: Changing the tire on a moving car!

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All that guy is doing is contributing to global warming.

so are you, you damn burnout. look at that match, once it gets down to the other matches the temp of the earth is gonna go up dramatically.




how does he do it without getting really dizzy?

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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Talent and Entertaining!
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Re: Changing the tire on a moving car!

Seemed like a long pit stop.

"another beautiful theory beaten to death by a gang of ruthless facts..."
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