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that thing needs a foot rest and seat belt; then it could be used on the road :shock:

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FunRunner wrote:that thing needs a foot rest and seat belt; then it could be used on the road :shock:
Hmmm... I have a 2" receiver built into the rear bumper of the Jeep, anyone up for a ride in the dunes?
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that thing needs a foot rest and seat belt; then it could be used on the road

Note to self, NEVER follow Roger :twisted: 8) :shock:
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Coming soon, the shopping mall privacy tent :lol:

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Things to do: add canopy enclosure for hitch head; oh, and add wiring for seat warmer :lol:

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For last minute gifts you can always try this cataloge:

Dave Barry's 2003 Gift Cataloge

Happy Holidays :!:

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djw
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For last minute gifts you can always try this cataloge:

Dave Barry's 2003 Gift Cataloge
Oh yeah Duane, he's got all kinds of essentials that are sure to be a hit gift :lol:

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Greg Hall wrote:Hmmm... I have a 2" receiver built into the rear bumper of the Jeep, anyone up for a ride in the dunes?
That'll Scare the Sheeeiiooott Out of Ya!!!

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Post by Greg Hall »

Brings a new meaning to Sheeeiioootting a bowl!

I would bet that the roost off of my 20.00" rear paddles would reduce the need for TP!
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