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Old 09-29-2006, 12:45 AM   #11
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***^. You're paying to ship that monstosity back to you! I'm POOR!

Tire rubber is a DAMN good idea.
ur not shipping it back to me... ur shipping it to secret jason
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Old 09-29-2006, 02:29 AM   #12
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Damn makes me feel like I should've packaged the M62 i sent out a few months ago better... I sure as hell didn't build a wood box.
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i didnt build the box... i built the stuff inside it to accomodate the SC and TB

the box is from work, it was used for shipping printer rollers
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i just tried to cut up one of my old bonneville tires with a sawzall...



dem bastards are tough!! i could only get small chunks out of the sidewall... i really wanna get this off tomorrow... so ill look for some stuff at work, otherwise ill just send it as i have packaged it already
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i just tried to cut up one of my old bonneville tires with a sawzall...



dem bastards are tough!! i could only get small chunks out of the sidewall... i really wanna get this off tomorrow... so ill look for some stuff at work, otherwise ill just send it as i have packaged it already

yeah tires are NOT easy to cut.
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i just tried to cut up one of my old bonneville tires with a sawzall...



dem bastards are tough!! i could only get small chunks out of the sidewall... i really wanna get this off tomorrow... so ill look for some stuff at work, otherwise ill just send it as i have packaged it already

yeah tires are NOT easy to cut.
now they tell me

would have been funny to watch though!

any other ideas for material?
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For packing material, I would go out a buy a large soft towel. IMO, it would work great.
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Hmmm looks like someones getting a PORTED M90 Correct me if im wrong
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Hmmm looks like someones getting a PORTED M90 Correct me if im wrong
I think your right
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Eh Tonly!!

Haro.. cardboard or anything will help. Just pack it solid. That way it doesn't move and it'* one with the packaging.
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