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I'm here, but it's Sparky, not parky

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Sparky8370, May 3, 2008.

  1. Sparky8370

    Sparky8370 Do chickens have large talons

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    oops, somehow I didn't notice the S didn't come out. Any way to fix that?
     
  2. GmcLbz

    GmcLbz New Member

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    Welcome to the site!
     
  3. Trailmaster01

    Trailmaster01 Marshall

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    It might be too late:leaving:
     
  4. Pepperidge

    Pepperidge Member Advocate Staff Member Lead Moderator

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    welcome parky! LOL

    how'd you manage that?


    I take it you got an invite...;)


    :cheers2:
     
  5. Sparky8370

    Sparky8370 Do chickens have large talons

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    yeah I might have:cheers2:
    I don't know how I managed the thing with the name, I just saw it after and I was like "oh hit!" That' the wrong name. on of a bitch!
     
  6. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    Hmm...Looks like its fixed to me...:sifone:
     
  7. Sparky8370

    Sparky8370 Do chickens have large talons

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  8. Sparky8370

    Sparky8370 Do chickens have large talons

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    And as far as what I tow, I have a 24' enclosed trailer(3500 when empty). I also regularly tow my buddies 20' flatbed when I use his skid steer (10,000 combined weight) and my brother's enclosed 2 place sled trailer. I just towed my uncles car carrier up from Georgia to NH with 4 truck beds and a cab. This was actually harder towing than heavier loads because of the aerodynamic drag on it. I got as low as 8.5 mpg and as high as 10.7 mpg.
     

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