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post #1 of 41 Old 01-25-2004, 4:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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How (not) to tow a cage stuck in the snow

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Re: How (not) to tow a cage stuck in the snow

I busted a nut on that one I'm sitting here watching it and thinking...I think they only have it attached to the wannabe plastic bumper but when it ripped the hole ass end of...I fricken lost it..lol. Good find

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nice.

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He took the clip off and is asking for donations???

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Can someone e-mail the vid to me?
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I've got 4 gigs of bandwidth if someone has the vid.

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How big is the video?
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How big is the video?
14-15 megs

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Won't fit in my mailbox
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I just found out..
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Mebbe I'll edit out the first part (boring anyway).....how big is your box?

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Mebbe I'll edit out the first part (boring anyway).....how big is your box?
10megs
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