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Old 10-12-2015, 10:35 AM   #271
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Is that where you haul the gigged frog?
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Old 10-12-2015, 07:54 PM   #272
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I really liked this set-up. What I want to know is how he justified the purchase to his wife. My wife always wants to discuss "need" which really slows down the discussion.
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Old 10-12-2015, 08:15 PM   #273
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I really liked this set-up. What I want to know is how he justified the purchase to his wife. My wife always wants to discuss "need" which really slows down the discussion.
Some folks don't have to discuss need: "When you've got it, FLAUNT it!"
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I passed this guy out on the road. As far as I can see- he loaded up his hitch haul and "trunk" with rocks.

I literally don't understand how he had steering, much less was going 50+ mph!

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Old 10-12-2015, 09:02 PM   #275
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I literally don't understand how he had steering, much less was going 50+ mph!

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He steered with 1 fingernail!
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Old 10-12-2015, 09:18 PM   #276
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I literally don't understand how he had steering, much less was going 50+ mph!

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I really liked this set-up. What I want to know is how he justified the purchase to his wife. My wife always wants to discuss "need" which really slows down the discussion.

That's actually very close to the setup that I want. I want a 3-seat-row super cab setup from Lone Star Haulers. I did realize this weekend that I like minor trail driving and I'm not sure how they would do with that.
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I wish my side-view pictures turned out. You cannot imagine how nose high this guy was.
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I really liked this set-up. What I want to know is how he justified the purchase to his wife. My wife always wants to discuss "need" which really slows down the discussion.
Maybe they are full-timers? We are seeing more and more setups like that when the Snowbirds hit Arizona.
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