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Old 03-10-2009, 06:44 PM   #21
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i hate hearing them fart tubes and ricein' stripes i do like taken them on the streets even with my lil NA 3.8
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Old 03-13-2009, 11:20 AM   #22
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I hate those stupid things...I want to carry a sawzall in my trunk and follow them home and cut em off.
Actually, I'd love to see them be outlawed, but then I guess that could snowball into other things being outlawed too.
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Old 03-13-2009, 06:49 PM   #23
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Tallbump?! Cool!

Glad you came back over

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Old 03-14-2009, 01:46 AM   #24
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Harbor Freight has a drill to reciprocating saw converter that just fits on the end of a drill and then can use a blade to cut things. That, a battery powered drill that'* well charged, an exhaust clamp, and several quiet mufflers can be stored in one'* trunk and then save a little bit of the world every night when the ricers are asleep.

Wow, what a run-on sentence!
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I suggest a "open season" on these damn annoying / useless things and the tools that buy them,now I am not saying kill the person,just a suggestive wad of JBweld or cement in the tip.......:crazysmile:

I have at least 4-6 a day run past here and then we have the ones that refuse to fix their exhaust that you can hear coming 3 blocks away......
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Harbor Freight has a drill to reciprocating saw converter that just fits on the end of a drill and then can use a blade to cut things. That, a battery powered drill that'* well charged, an exhaust clamp, and several quiet mufflers can be stored in one'* trunk and then save a little bit of the world every night when the ricers are asleep.

Wow, what a run-on sentence!
ROFL..... That made me Chuckle. I could see Rad'* garage, with a "Wall of Shame"..... Shiny Chrome Fart Can'* all lined up hanging from a pegboard.
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Heck with that, hang them from the trees as a deterrent.
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Redneck Christmas ornaments,......Ooooooh TL????
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LOL ship em and ill heng em frum the tree out back... me and billy ray, and aunt bob, and jimmy dean and the rest of the gang can gather round the tree and sing all them good ole x-mas jingles
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You could use them on Bonnevilles to help hold wires in place. Weld a fart can to the side of the engine bay and route wires through it to get stuff out of the way.

Horrible and useless idea, I know. But it'* better than looking at them hang from a tree. Poor tree...
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