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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416446 04/16/12 12:15 AM
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Lube the pipe rack with vinegar or bacon grease. The truck will slide right out. If that doesn't work, pee on the garage.



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416448 04/16/12 12:16 AM
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Oh, and your bass mount is crooked. you might want to fix it.



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416489 04/16/12 12:31 AM
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sell the house with the truck included & then buy new stuff



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: elcoyote, esq.] #7416837 04/16/12 02:05 AM
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Originally Posted By: elcoyote
Lube the pipe rack with vinegar or bacon grease.


vinegar?



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416870 04/16/12 02:13 AM
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I am guessing the front of the truck sits lower than the back. It raised the door as you drove in. There is no possible way out now. I agree with selling the house with the truck included.


Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416994 04/16/12 02:41 AM
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i used to have two red chairs outside my house but someone stole them... hmmm....



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7416997 04/16/12 02:42 AM
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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7417025 04/16/12 02:47 AM
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You should of loaded that fat black dog in the back of the truck that we were after the other. That thing was huge!



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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: NoconaBrian] #7417071 04/16/12 03:01 AM
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That is a quite the conundrum.

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Re: I awoke to quite the conundrum [Re: Justin B] #7417078 04/16/12 03:02 AM
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I still can't figure how I got it in there, the shops in the back yard and there's no slant going into it and the front of my truck is close to level or even a tad higher than the rear, beats me how it happened. Ended up taking that rack off today.

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You should of loaded that fat black dog in the back of the truck that we were after the other. That thing was huge!


Haha yeah that was a big'ol dog. You should've seen the fiasco tonight, Bubba was driving up the street and had one of the nuts that holds one of the ball joints come off and so he three wheeled it about 30 yards, then he called all his next of kin to come out and watch, they ended up having their dad come in the wrecker to haul it off. It's been an interesting day to say the least.




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