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Going to get my suburban in the morning

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9 mins ago, Belmo said:

 That makes the back really big -- almost big enough, in fact, to fit Wayne's douhebaggery back there.

Ok, you had me on board up until this statement. Now I'm calling BS. :squid:

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2 hours ago, redfishkiller said:

Is there a program? 

Go back to the blue lizard or whatever it’s called and ask the bartender loudly if Obama has a program where you can get some free new tires.

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39 mins ago, Belmo said:

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Yes. In fact, if you really want a lot of room back there, you can remove the third seat entirely, and fold up the second-row seat behind the front seats. That makes the back really big -- almost big enough, in fact, to fit Wayne's douhebaggery back there.

 

That's called the 'Ringer Suite' .

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40 mins ago, Brother Brian said:

 

That's called the 'Ringer Suite' .

I once was going to drive are Suburban -- the Houndmobile -- to Wheeling, West Virginia, to pick up either 5 or 6 (I can't remember) dogs from the greyhound track there. They needed to be picked up, but the hauler fell through -- he disappeared on a two-week bender, IIRC. We were gonna throw muzzles on them, throw 'em in the back, and drive the five hours between Wheeling and Philly straight through.


I ended up not having to do it, because a last-minute replacement hauler was found. But the back is really big, especially when you remove the third seat.

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1 min ago, redfishkiller said:

It drives like crap, I think it might be the worn out 33x12.50 mud tires

It was $2500 .... did you expect it to not be rode hard and put away wet?

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53 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

I bought drove it to DJ's house, turned it off moved my stuff out of the s10, started it up, now the a/c doesn't work :bucktooth:

 

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It won't work with the windows up and in park.

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2 hours ago, Belmo said:

I once was going to drive are Suburban -- The Cockmobile -- to Wheeling, West Virginia, to pick up either 5 or 6 ( :gay:male prostitutes) I can't remember from the greyhound track as that's were most of that type hang out. They needed to be picked up, but the hauler fell through -- he disappeared on a two-week bender, IIRC. We were gonna throw muzzles on them, throw 'em in the back, and drive the five hours between Wheeling and Philly straight through.


I ended up not having to do it, because a last-minute replacement hauler was found. But the back is really big, especially when you remove the third seat.

:dismay:

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2 hours ago, redfishkiller said:

I bought drove it to DJ's house, turned it off moved my stuff out of the s10, started it up, now the a/c doesn't work :bucktooth:

 

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What are those red wires for?  

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11 mins ago, Dave S said:

What are those red wires for?  

The wires next to the rape whistle hanging?

Edited by JMB

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the two red wires that look to come out of the bottom of the steering column and across to the door hinge.  

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2 hours ago, redfishkiller said:

I bought drove it to DJ's house, turned it off moved my stuff out of the s10, started it up, now the a/c doesn't work :bucktooth:

 

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you need a lift kit  and a 6 foot  pole with a confed flag on the drivers side and one with big black ass's ride free on the other

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