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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-20-2008, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone wanna ride?? Some backyard drag racing....


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I was thinking about the one on the corner too, but I already got in trouble for trespassing when I was fishing and getting drunk down there.
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do you have them setup for grass drags? Or do you just run them on the grass?

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No Chris, just had them out to wash salt off. Posted that as a joke. I will be looking at ordering a slick track and short wheel skiis and hopefully get out on the drag strip sometime this summer. that's about it.
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Wack off all you want Pete, I do! So much fun too
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No Chris, just had them out to wash salt off. Posted that as a joke. I will be looking at ordering a slick track and short wheel skiis and hopefully get out on the drag strip sometime this summer. that's about it.
i thought about doing the same on my 700. but I'm afraid I would get hooked and have another hobby that is far to expensive and the cost out weighs the fun.

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i thought about doing the same on my 700. but I'm afraid I would get hooked and have another hobby that is far to expensive and the cost out weighs the fun.

Besides the 800 dollar track and 200 dollar wheels, there is not that much of a cost except fuel and that track fee.
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Do not have the address Mopar....PM it and then he'll have a new drinking buddy!
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Oohh... Look at the big shiny expansion chambers! That exhaust system is pretty cool looking. I've never looked under the hood of a sled before.
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Besides the 800 dollar track and 200 dollar wheels, there is not that much of a cost except fuel and that track fee.
$800 track, $200 wheels.

I only paid $2200 for the sled....

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That's why I don't have the setup yet chris but I would like to and make some passes just to look cool.
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That's why I don't have the setup yet chris but I would like to and make some passes just to look cool.
i wish my neighbors were half as entertaining as the stuff i hear you doing lol
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i wish my neighbors were half as entertaining as the stuff i hear you doing lol
Earlier, I tried starting our field on fire since it is suppose to rain this evening. The things I entertain myself with are unlimited out here.

My grandfather and I were shooting blackbirds off his bird feeder around noon too, while eating ice cream
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Earlier, I tried starting our field on fire since it is suppose to rain this evening. The things I entertain myself with are unlimited out here.

My grandfather and I were shooting blackbirds off his bird feeder around noon too, while eating ice cream
lol i grilled out tonight....got the R6 out and washed it....then i decided to get the dirt bike out and the stupid thing wont start and yes i turned the gas back on lol had to wake this old neighborhood up lol
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I pulled my 50 out, looked at my flat rear tire, looked at the inner tube, looked back at my tire, and then parked it back in the corner. I did enough cleaning and fixing Sunday and Monday, it can wait til the next time I am drunk.
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I'm glad it's getting hot out, but seeing the sleds make me want to hit up some trails!
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I'm glad it's getting hot out, but seeing the sleds make me want to hit up some trails!



No kiddin', I hate to say it, but I cannot wait til next winter. Well, maybe I can? Who knows.........
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No kiddin', I hate to say it, but I cannot wait til next winter. Well, maybe I can? Who knows.........
here comes the blizzard today
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