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Put some holes in there and you would be the Baddest Animal control officer around

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That's not strong enough to hold all the spare parts for your non-DRZ riding buds!

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LOL Hilarious, I bet you can Pop some nice weele when it's full. Put the 24 in front to compensate.

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Excellent design, nice to be able to see all your stuff without opening the top.

Garage needs a bit of a tidy up.

ron W.

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rjsurfer wrote:

Garage needs a bit of a tidy up.

Glad someone said it first :applause::applause::applause:

I was going to suggest Regalman buy a few more of those plastic bins and tidy up the garage a bit. :applause::applause::applause:

BJ (shouldn't talk, my garage is almost as bad :thumbsup::ride::applause: )

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Yeah, the garage certainly needs a good Saturday worth of cleaning.

Luckily its a rental and all the appliances and stuff aren't my mess.

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Deer Jed,

WAs wundern ifn Granny an 'er rocker cud fit onna bak?...Super :thumbsup: necessity is the Mother of Invention.

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When a redneck wants to go camping... he builds himself a redneck rack.

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Hey just be careful you don't over fill that thing. Have a look through this gallery. This guy had that same set up and he ended up overloading and snapping his sub-frame...just a heads up!

http://www.nbriders.ca/phpBB2/modules.php?set_albumName=The-Long-Ride-Home&id=PIC_0100&op=modload&name=gallery&file=index&include=view_photo.php

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This guy had that same set up and he ended up overloading and snapping his sub-frame...just a heads up!

Yeah, that was certainly a concern of mine. I'm not sure I'd want to do anything like this if I planned to go offroad. I'm sure it wouldn't take a whole lot of weight if you were slamming through whoops on a trail to do bad things to the subframe.

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