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Discussion in 'North Region' started by darkshadow, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. darkshadow

    darkshadow 1 ton status

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    nice
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    Been a long time since I've seen one of those.:cool1:
     
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    That must be high up in the mountains to get that much snow. Wouldn't all the snow cave in too once the door was opened?
     
  4. darkshadow

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    you could do that just shovle the snow over you door and pack it down let it set for a little bit then open the door and stick your drinks in
     
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    LOL oh... now your being creative:grin: I like that piture its funny.
     
  6. k5redneck

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    i want one... to bad it wouldent last long at my house:grin:
     
  7. aduff85k5

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    i'd like one too but in florida it wouldn't last. i do rememer winters in michigan after blizerds though. a friend was telling me that it gets so cold in the mornings there (on occasion) that the rear diff freezes. is this true?
     
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    i dont think that would ever happen in MI mabey if you when really far north and it was really bad weather the oil might get very very think but i dont think it would ever frezze to the point you coulent tuen the diff:dunno:
     

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