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    "I don't need no steeenking trailer !"

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    The sad thing is this idiot would probably do the same thing.



    By: SouthernGuy8503
    4/28/2011 11:32 AM
    Actually even though it's not as secure as it should, it's still more secure than it looks. They have 1 heavy duty strap and a steel cable going from the front of the bed to the front of the car to hold it forward on the bed and since the car is tilted down on the front the weight is going down towards the bed of the truck and not out (like if the front of teh car was in the air). Then they have 1 heavy duty strap holding the back down to the back of the bed which if you look if that rear strap is tight it's actually helping hold the car from going side to side (like if you see some load on flatbed trailers). To be honest, even though that's stupid I personally think that car is secured the best it can be and the car is in the right position in that situation. When I used to deliver building materials I've had to secure weird shaped loads that I didn't think would stay, but then I secure it right with the stuff leaning towards the center of the truck and the stuff would never move even on a 2 hour trip.

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    I would be tring to pop wheelies at every stoplight :!: :lol:
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    lol...... that guy is from my state...... ops:
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    Quote Originally Posted by harbone66
    I would be tring to pop wheelies at every stoplight :!: :lol:
    I would think you would have to TRY Not to pop a wheely at the lights. :lol:
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    Maybe he should run for Congress with a brain like that :shock:

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    looks like that come along is about to rip out of the truck rail.write that idiot a bunch of tickets. if that broke and someone was behind him that would be pretty.

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    It must be a twofer. Price of scrap is higher so he'll just leave the whole mess at the scrap yard !!
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